Farmhouse kitchens are cozy, rustic and cozy in so many ways. They’re a perfect blend those between a farmhouse and a contemporary kitchen. There’s a lot to be done with a farmhouse kitchen and the most important part is making it feel comfortable and inviting. Here are some examples of kitchen layouts that don’t exactly use color. We know a lot about farmhouse kitchen ideas and with a little bit of inspiration we can put our own spin on the design in the future.
This is a really cozy kitchen, with stylish chairs, an adorable large chalkboard wall and an overall inviting décor. We also mentioned the beautiful rustic kitchen cabinetry and the beautiful wheelhouse countertops.
A small dining table would be really useful in a farmhouse kitchen. Check out this charming set up. It provides practical storage for all the necessary table supplies and it maintains a very simple, fresh and welcoming decor with just a hint of rustic charm. Actually, the table needs to be painted just to be able to hold the little planters for 8. It’s the little things that matter.
Even if you have a traditional farmhouse kitchen decor you can still bring in in modern style. There are a lot of the details that you can incorporate into your design. For example, you can add a few modern pendant lamps, sleek white counters that hide the plumbing behind them or farmhouse-inspired sconces. Just keep your little statementpieces simple yet dramatic.
Even if your kitchen already has a neutral and wood-heavy color scheme that you find to be quite charming and welcoming, you can still use that to your advantage when planning the decor and the furniture. Use the same color palette for the cabinets for both the island and the barstools. They can contrast with each other and the furniture pieces would change accordingly. It’s all in the details.
On the other hand, if you’re trying to keep things simple and practical, a farmhouse kitchen island would definitely look better than a contemporary, minimalist setup with a set of closed cabinets topped with wood bins, open shelves and pendant lights.
The farmhouse kitchen island can also be modern, colorful and very simple at any time. Check out this colorful kitchen island and how expressive it looks. You don’t see too many orange cabinets in there, not even the small kind.
When planning your farmhouse kitchen decor, think of what you want to achieve. For example, you should try to visually create a strong, farmhouse-inspired look. Try to eliminate any and all unnecessary embellishments. If you want some specific elements to start out with, focus on wood, steel and of course the beautiful, natural finishes.
Natural materials are also often extremely important when taking on such a project. They’re very versatile and will give your kitchen an organic vibe without being too harsh on the eyes. It’s quite the clever approach.
A farmhouse kitchen island with seating can prove to be just what you need it to be. It’s a wonderful addition, bringing a focal point to the space and serving as a perfect sculpture and accessory for the room’s décor.
Natural materials also provide a nice base for a lot of contemporary and modern decors. For example, you could have this lovely kitchen island and just casually add a few industrial hints to its spot. The combination is very chic.
Darker colors are great too and can help to create dark and rough ambiance. Add a few carefully-placed red pendants and bar stools and keep the rest of the décor simple with white and grey accents. White chairs would add a lovely touch to the kitchen too, a particularly suiting color here.
Like we mentioned before, dark color can be a great option when decorating the kitchen, especially on a minimalist, crisp and clean chromatic palette such as what MOD recently designed here. The black kitchen island is the centerpiece of the whole space. The choice of materials, finishes and colors is refreshing.
It’s not just the kitchen and dining area that can carry on the same theme. This country-style dining area is really charming in this case. The warm wood and light metallic accents go really well together, bringing out the natural beauty of the materials in this context.