Old is gold, so as your remodel your kitchen keep this in mind. For a country themed kitchen is always in style due to it efficiency and charm. Upcycling and reinventing the farmscape kitchen just got easier when you keep in mind a few tricks to keep it authentic.
by Smith & Vansant Architects PC / Rob Karosis Photography
Remember the good ol’ days when you were awoken by the rooster crowing? You threw off a handmade patchwork quilt and made your way down knotty, creaky steps and there it was: The prominent feature of the kitchen that represented livelihood and sustenance. This wonder, commonly known as a stainless steel milking pail, was the shiniest part of the room and integrated itself as the vista of the kitchen. Fluttering, floral curtains, a creaky screen door to match the steps, weathered buttercream cabinets, and an exposed beam overhead completes the look. Ah, how precious and relaxing that sounds.
And how wonderful would it be to remodel your kitchen catching the spirit of simpler times in an embellished rustic country kitchen atmosphere?
Here’s how to you translate this scene into your suburban modern home, in which your towns closest resemblance to a farm is the Target Greatland and its dairy section.
Step One: Natural Materials
by Philip Clayton-Thompson