Published at Wednesday, September 19th 2018. by Rena Hopper in Kitchen.
The warmth of a country kitchen is largely provided by the materials they incorporate. Most trade off sleek stainless steel for burnished metal and hide their modern appliances (such as Subzero refrigerators) behind hardwood paneling. Country kitchen designs usually incorporate wrought iron and wooden cooking utensils, plates and bowls; tapestries and ceramics; and friendliness over the cold industrial styling of many modern kitchen designs. Country Kitchens incorporate as many earth tones and deep, warm, rich colors as possible.
Less is better. That is why designs that use a lot of icons leave the room overcrowded and unpleasing to the eye. Minimalism is at its best if you use white space. It is so pleasing to the eye. What is also great about it is that white compliments all other colors. You should use this color all over the room. It also creates a big space.
Finishing Touches: once the heavy appliances and furniture pieces are installed, take a step back and think of what else space needs. Here are some ideas for finishing touches:
The color scheme makes or breaks an interior design. Rustic kitchen signature color schemes are comprised of shades of red, orange and gold. Orange color is said to be the appetite stimulant and comfort maker. The floor should be distinguished with hard wood and metallic copper shades to give it a Mediterranean feel. Wall painting must illustrate the rustic design owners can try orange, red, shades of gold, olive green and darkest shades of Tuscan style furniture.
Where you want your pots, pans and other cooking wares are going to need to be accounted for right away. If you have a small kitchen, consider using the walls for storage. You can erect a beautiful spice rack with some designer jars to get your spices out of the cabinets. Do you have nice looking pots? Put a rack mounted on the ceiling. Ever seen a copper pot hanging from the ceiling? They look great.
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