One kitchen style that’s grabbed a lot of attention in recent months is the country cottage look. There are many ways in which you can get this style, but it usually involves a series of shabby chic furniture, antique items, traditional oak furniture and light colours.
Rustic furniture that looks aged, vintage and ‘rough around the edges’ is popular right now, and faded white painted oak furniture like stalls, chairs and kitchen tables can create a cottage feel. Appliances can have a say too, and Belfast sinks, range ovens and classically styled toasters, fridges and kettles can add extra quality to your country kitchen design.
Different people will have their own ideas on what a country kitchen should look like, and the great thing is, it is open to interpretation. You have the chance to stamp your personality on this kitchen, so choose items that represent you, and make sure they fit in with the country cottage style before you buy them.