The of a French country kitchen tends to be soft and subdued. Because cabinetry tends to take up the most visual space in a kitchen, using warm surfaces and muted tones on the cabinets is a must for an authentic French country feel. Crown molding framing the top of the kitchen’s cabinetry is often a component of the French country kitchen, adding a beautiful traditional element.
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.
Although the French country kitchen has few contemporary tendencies, as far as décor goes, there are still some subtle ways to introduce a more modern feel. For example, using darker woods or painted surfaces on, say, the island combines with the lighter surfaces of the rest of the kitchen in a more modern aesthetic.
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