Farmhouse Kitchen Style
The kitchen is the heart of the home. If you want to remodeling your kitchen, you can try a farmhouse style for your kitchen. The casual and comfortable farmhouse kitchen style makes any kitchen warm and welcoming. There are several ways to create a farmhouse kitchen style. Paint the kitchen in a palette that complements other interior colors. Add in cool tones to balance out the palette when you use vibrant colors. For example, choose a mustard yellow shade for the walls, and paint the ceiling and trim white. Alternatively, use an eggshell white for the walls and a pure white for the trim and allow your accessories to add the necessary color to the space. Paint the cabinets brown, and then add a white coat of paint directly over them. Sand down the edges of the cupboard and hardware gently with sandpaper to expose the brown paint for a faux distressed finish. Incorporate antique hutches or shelves into the kitchen for a vintage look.
Replace the current sink with a single-bowl farmhouse kitchen style apron sink. Install rounded or curved rustic bronze fixtures to complement the style of the sink. Install a wooden or stone floor to add texture to the room. Replace modern appliances with a retro-style refrigerator and range. Choose new appliances with a vintage look to ensure efficiency. Hang a wrought iron light fixture over the dining table and install sconces on the wall in the kitchen to create depth and provide extra visibility to the space. Accessorize shelves and tables with mason jars, baskets or country-style figurines.