For an automatic warm, country feel, use beadboard (or tongue-and-groove) facings on vertical surfaces. Ideas for beadboard placement include cabinet doors, kitchen island walls, or even the backsplash. They don’t have to steal the show, but iron details (think cast iron or wrought iron touches) in a French country kitchen are a must. Iron appears to be used on much of the lighting here (the pendant lanterns and lighting flanking the kitchen sink), and it finishes off the whole look.
French country kitchens play upon the history of families gathering around the fireplace by designing stoves and/or other cooking spaces that are reminiscent of fireplaces. This is accomplished in a variety of ways, including the use of brick or stone around the stove, an archway, or decorative hood, for example. Unique, decorative hoods abound in the décor and design of a French country kitchen. And even if they didn’t you could not ever go wrong with a gorgeous copper number like this one.
Since we just mentioned pastels as accent colors, check out this kitchen designed by . Those cute pink chairs are definitely very charming. They look well in combination with the crisp white walls and cabinets and the small curtain in the corner. The turquoise and brown features ground the space, being welcomed contrasts. A modern kitchen will often be defined by simplicity. This applies to everything from furniture to the chromatic palette, the wall décor and down to the little things. The designers at gave this kitchen a simplistic and futuristic look using white and gray as the main combo, mixed with touches of wood.
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