This kitchen is a perfect example of a culinary space with the farmhouse style which appears in simplicity. The ceiling of the kitchen is faced in three hundred years old floor beams which are rescued from whitewashed and an old barn. This stunning Vermont kitchen is a masterpiece of a talented designer, Susan Tully. A paneled wall which is also the hood over the kitchen backsplash is used to mount a classic clock with decorative plates at its sides. The brick tile of the backsplash has a glossy surface in white. Beneath it is the kitchen stove which is completed with grill. Next to it is the space for the dining area. This space has a gallant kitchen island which is topped by lavish black marble. Leathered barstools are added to accommodate three people.
This stunning kitchen emits the enchantment of casual country décor which is outfitted in blue linen, reclaimed wood, painted the floor and also a weathered look. This kitchen is a part of an enticing house in Sun Valley, Idaho which has the appeal of the farmhouse. Megan Rice Yager, the designer of this project loves the disheveled look of this space just the way she envisioned it. The surface of the wall massively uses the exposed wooden element which preserves its natural hue and texture. The corner wall is adorned with the mounted paintings. In the hub of the space is the dining area which has a lacquered dining table with upholstered armchairs in blue linen. To prettify the display of your food, add a bunch of beautiful flowers on a translucent vase.
One of our inspiring decors today’s is this appealing seaside kitchen. A nautical accent runs smoothly throughout this small culinary space. At the hub of the ceiling, pendant fixtures with an industrial accent will be ready to irradiate this gathering space in a stylish way. The mix color theme of blue and white exude both a neutral and serene mood to the entire space. The shipshape organization also enhances the final display of this kitchen. Since the house of this kitchen is located in Fire Island, New York, thus the Marshall Watson as the designer of this project chose durable elements that will not rust in the sea air.
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