A French country kitchen will often, although not always, incorporate a farmhouse- (or apron-) style sink into its design. Even amidst other elegant touches, this simple sink orm looks perfectly at ease. A luxurious detail but one that makes sense with the large-gathering focus of a French country kitchen is the wall-mounted pot filler faucet, installed above the stove. This is a traditional feature that has disappeared in standard kitchens, but it’s quite useful for the family chef!
Kitchen lighting plays an important role in the overall design of this space. This is an area that needs abundant natural light as well as plenty of artificial light, strategically positioned and able to complement the natural light. shows here how a set of three large pendant lamps can solve all related problems. If the kitchen can’t benefit from regular windows, other solutions must be found. offer a few interesting and useful alternatives with this design. The clerestory windows are a good idea and they can be used in combination with skylights and an open floor plan that brings more light from adjacent spaces.
Traditionally, the hanging of cookware overhead was a purely functional decision. Today, the strategy of copper pots on display in the French country kitchen gets as much applause for its gorgeous form as for its function. Outdoor- or lantern-style lighting is used seamlessly in a French country kitchen, due largely to its rustic, organic, yet hard-working aesthetic.
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