Skirted cabinetry, particularly under the sink, is a traditional country- or detail, and it can be found in French country kitchens as well. It makes sense that a décor style that takes its cues from countrified natural scapes would incorporate natural materials into its design. Stone, brick, and wood surfaces are plentiful in the French country kitchen. Evocative of the times when large families and guests would gather around, French country kitchens will (whenever space permits) incorporate a . This not only aids in food preparation activities, but it also provides space for bringing lots of people together, guests and hosts alike.
Apart from an open floor plan which contains the kitchen, living and dining area, a different way of connecting these spaces while also ensuring that they each have their own privacy and individual character can be created with the help of a high ceiling. In such a case, these spaces can be defined by wall dividers which instead of going all the way up to the ceiling leave the top section open.
We can’t really stress enough the fact that we find open shelves to be extremely practical and versatile, especially in the kitchen where they can be used in a lot of great ways. For instance, you can decorate them with colorful mugs or dishes, use them to organize your spices or as storage for various small things you usually use in here. If you want your kitchen backsplash to be more than just a tiled surface between your counter and the wall-mounted cabinetry, perhaps it’s time to treat it differently. The backsplash can cover more than just that small area. You can choose to expose it like did here.
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