If you love style that is warm, comfortable, and beautiful all at the same time, you’re likely a fan of French country designs. A French country kitchen is no different – in a place that has historically been the working-horse of the home, the kitchen designed in a evokes a familiar, friendly feeling of a traditional and somewhat simple life. Soft, pale colors are typically used in a French country kitchen, largely because these are colors taken from a provincial landscape. Think warm, soft, muted hues in earthy tones.
Never underestimate the impact an area rug or a carpet can have on a room’s interior décor and the atmosphere inside. The kitchen is no exception. It too can benefit from a small area rug. You can have it placed in front of your prep area for increased comfort while cooking or under the table is there is one in the room. The rug can also add a touch of color to the space.
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.
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