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.
We find chalkboard walls to be very entertaining, fun and functional and so did when designing this charming kitchen. The chalkboard wall is perfect for writing on lists, recipes, messages or simply for doodling on for fun. Combined with the French bistro-inspired details, it creates an awesome look for a kitchen. It’s often the little things that matter the most in an interior design. For example, let’s have a look at this kitchen created by . Its charm lies in the small things like the black counter contrasting with the white furniture, the light green pendant lamp or the metallic vase siting on the wooden island top.
There’s no need to have an open floor plan that includes three separate spaces in order to explore the beauty of an open concept kitchen. reveals how a large kitchen can incorporate a dining area without making of these two areas feel small and giving them each their own character.
Gretchen Septian Kitchen Monday October 30th, 2017 22:23:30 PM
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Monday October 30th, 2017 22:23:30 PM