Published at Thursday, 24 August 2017 by Vachel Renard in Kitchen Style, with total 44 photographs.
When it comes to furniture for your country kitchen, wood is the obvious choice. However, rather than use pre-stained, mass-produced cabinetry and dining chairs that can be found just about anywhere, farmhouse kitchens often feature pieces with a little bit of personality.
Bold, teal blues and greens reflect the spectacular colors of the Mediterranean waters and are common for walls, accents or even larger elements like cabinets or kitchen islands. Walls, countertops and floors often feature beach-like sandy tans and beiges, setting the stage for the design to be infused with more impactful colors elsewhere. Pops of red, yellow and green can be added using smaller design elements like rugs, curtains, storage containers and glassware.
Similarly, cabinets in Victorian kitchen design often boast an antique design, with crown molding, cutouts and elegant hardware all common choices. Cabinets may also feature open shelving or glass doors in order to better show off favorite collections of dishware or glassware. Countertops and floors in Victorian kitchens can often provide a bit of contrast to what might otherwise be a romantically soft, light and bright design.