Pleasant Rustic Kitchens
Rustic kitchens have been showing up all over the interior design scene lately. And obviously with their appealing natural woods, rough looking metals and nature motifs. Rustic kitchens offer a comfortably worn-in look that that adds depth and character to a space and makes it feel inviting. Rustic kitchens tend to have narrowly defined decor elements that vary slightly by region. Rustic kitchens rely on earth tones and neutral color combinations with minimal contrast between hues. Choose chocolate brown, rust orange, deep warm red, gray, dark blue, forest green, dark yellow-gold, off-white or tan for rustic kitchen designs. Rustic kitchens resemble mountain lodges or log cabins and typically have wooden ceiling beams and hardwood floors. Opt for weathered wood, tin accessories and antique artifacts when decorating a rustic kitchen. Rustic kitchens also have warm, natural wood tones, so opt for knotty pine, hickory or alder
Rustic kitchens using accessories that often play off local history, geographical features and small-town culture. For example, you might incorporate pottery, woven textiles and American Indian artifacts into a rustic kitchen in the Southwest. All in all, rustic kitchens distinctive features are their practicality, their charm, light shadows of colors, warm wooden parts with strong character.