7 Inspiring Ideas: Farmhouse Kitchen

Make your farmhouse kitchen your own by styling it in a way that captures your creativity and personality.
7 Inspiring Ideas: Farmhouse Kitchen

There is no other room in your home quite like your kitchen. For many, it’s the gathering hub for family and friends. The kitchen is where we spend a lot of time serving up welcoming drinks, making delicious food, and creating memorable moments.

What is a Farmhouse Kitchen?

There are many reasons why a farmhouse kitchen is a sought after style for many who are designing and renovating their homes. The style is warm and relaxed, and it is simple and unpretentious. The wooden cabinetry, open-shelving topped with china serving dishes and glassware, and antique accessories make farmhouse kitchens endearing – designed well, you have a kitchen for life.

The Traditional Farmhouse Kitchen

For this look, think practicality first. This farmhouse kitchen is made up of fitted units merged with freestanding furniture, such as the kitchen island, making it easy to move things around if you need to. Make the kitchen island the gathering spot by including bar stools that fit in with the decor, and embellish it with light pendants hanging over the counter.

Although there are plenty of cabinets to store cookware, open shelving or plate racks can be added to make it easy to give the essentials, and better yet they give off a ‘cook’s kitchen’ vibe which looks good on anyone.

The farmhouse look can be a great canvas for a well designed and thorough kitchen, make it your own by personalising it in a way that captures your creativity and personality.

Traditional Meet Modern Farmhouse

On entering this kitchen in Tudor cottage, in alt Lake City, you open up gorgeous french doors that match the cabinetry colour and the rest of the kitchen interior. The kitchen has been fitted with a grey unit topped with a marble countertop and an effortlessly stunning white apron sink. The small light oak shelves, mounted onto the white tiling gives the kitchen a sleek, modern look.


An Artist’s Approach To Farmhouse

This effortlessly charismatic kitchen reminds us that it is possible to spice up a farmhouse kitchen from its traditional roots of the all-white and rustic look. The shiplap walls paired with fun patterned wallpaper and bright colourful vases, bowls, and glasses brings out the artistic character of the space.


Old Meets New: Vintage Farmhouse

A kitchen that keeps evolving over time and embraces vintages antiques. By bringing the old and the new together, you can build the story of your kitchen over time with ornaments and accessories that are equally practical and decorative. By adding a hideaway bookshelf in the kitchen island welcomes a ‘make yourself comfy, and stay a little longer’ feel.

By The Sea: Coastal Farmhouse

A look and feel that can be achieved without having to live by the sea or in a farmhouse. The relaxed and calming nature of this coastal farmhouse opens the space out to be much more than a place to cook. The all-white fitted cabinetry contrasting with the light grey kitchen island, Parisian-inspired bistro stools, and large gold lighting fixtures brightens up the space and adds to the coastal look.


Simply Scandinavian Farmhouse

With a few small touches, the elegance of Scandinavian design transforms this farmhouse kitchen. The white Shaker-style cabinetry combined with a clean slate of white tiles sets the tones for a farmhouse look, and contrast perfectly with Scandinavian inspired black elements and soft oak panelling. The neutral colour palette used in this kitchen strikes a lovely balance between homely and stylish.

Farmhouse Goes European

A charming, moody take on a European farmhouse. The leather upholstery on the barstools adds a brings the juxtaposition between traditional and modern together in a simple, undemanding way. The large brushed brass pendants, on the other hand, bring an industrial effect into the space, and intentionally become the focal point of the kitchen.

Photo Credits: 1. Farmhouse Living 2. Dwelling Collective 3. Farmhouse Living 4. Farmhouse Living 5. Chrissy Marie 6. Oakstone Homes 7.Oakstone Homes

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