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.
The kitchen island often occupies a central position, serving as a multifunctional piece of furniture. You can use it for storage, as a bar, breakfast area or as a prep space when cooking. Some islands even have built-in sinks. It’s up to you to decide which elements are most important.
An accurate description if this kitchen could descibe it as being feminine, casual, chic and cheerful. The modular wall feature is particularly eye-catching. It has holes arranged in a grid which allow the various modules, shelves and boxes to be rearranged as desired using rods. Rustic and industrial elements were put together here and the result is a kitchen with a dramatic interior design based on strong materials and finishes. The color palette was kept neutral and simple in order to emphasize the textures and to highlight certain accent details such as the bar stool frames.
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