Monday, May 16, 2011

Country kitchens

Spacious country kitchen

A traditional range cooker creates the perfect starting point for a country-style kitchen, teamed here with wooden cabinets, pale stone floors and rustic shelving.


Traditional country kitchen

A chunky range cooker is tucked into an original brick alcove, freeing up more space for units, storage baskets and shelves. A tiled splashback and floral blinds add a feminine touch.


Cosy country kitchen

Black metal handles give this kitchen a truly rustic feel. Flagstone flooring adds warmth and the tiled splashback with decorative detail creates a homely finishing touch.


Unusual country kitchen

Smooth lines simplify the look, while duck-egg blue kitchen units add colour to the space. Built-in storage, such as the wine rack, is ideal for keeping surfaces clear of clutter.


Country kitchen with statement cooker

A traditional range cooker adds instant country style to this light and airy kitchen-diner. Wooden beams add warmth to the stark white walls.


Oak country kitchen

The rustic oak surround above the range cooker not only provides a display shelf for pretty plates, but also features a discreet housing for a canopy extractor. Handy storage drawers for oils and spices are hidden inside side panels, and the splashback rounds off the traditional look.


Modern country kitchen

Black worktops, teamed with white tongue-and-groove cabinets, give this kitchen a contemporary edge. The cool green paint keeps the room feeling fresh.


Country kitchen with beams

Beautiful wooden beams are a great feature in this country kitchen. A painted island unit adds a flash of colour to an otherwise netural scheme.


Christmas country kitchen

Brick flooring complements the dark wooden beams in this kitchen. Pale green units add a fresh shot of colour. 


Neutral country kitchen

Calming creams and reclaimed elm come together with rustic touches to create an authentic country feel in this kitchen. Wrought iron butterfly hinges on the cabinets have been deliberately distressed for an aged look.


Simple country kitchen

Light buttercup walls, wooden kitchen units and cream tiles give this room a fresh look. An array of colourful ceramics and tableware enhance the country-style feel.


Shaker-style country kitchen

You can't go wrong with a shaker-style scheme. This impressive kitchen mixes traditional cabinetry with sleek modern surfaces to create an elegant and stylish look.


Country kitchen with traditional furnishings

Modern country kitchen cabinetry has been teamed with original features like the beams to give this scheme a fresh mix of old and new. The rustic red flooring looks great against the white painted furniture.


White country kitchen

Create a relaxed country feel with a combination of opening shelving with chunky brackets, and painted wooden cabinets. A trestle-style table gives a rustic feel and looks warm and welcoming with cheerful spotted tableware.


Yellow country kitchen

Black granite worktops contrast with cream cabinetry and zesty yellow walls to create a bright and cheerful kitchen. The rustic-style breakfast bar, stools and oak floorboards provide warmth, while low-level lights built into the island give the room a soft glow at night. 


Country kitchen with range cooker

A red AGA brightens this country kitchen's neutral scheme and provides a bold accent colour for accessories. Cream painted shaker-style cabinets add warmth, while the AGA ensures the slate floor tiles don't feel cold underfoot. 


Stylish country kitchen

Inexpensive wooden cupboards have been stained a darker shade to make them appear more luxurious against pale yellow walls. The extractor hood above the island features spotlights in a chrome laminate sheet, which mirrors the cabinets' sleek metal handles. 


Family country kitchen

A mix of wooden units creates an eclectic yet warm look in this family kitchen. The design incorporates a kitchen island with a built-in breakfast bar that can be folded away. The blue AGA with multi-coloured tile  splashback adds a fun touch to the scheme.


Traditional country kitchen-diner

The combination of cream walls, travertine flooring and gold and brown-flecked granite worktops makes this  kitchen-diner appear bigger. Painted oak doors are given a new lease of life with iron handles, and an oak table and chair set continues the modern country look.


Painted country kitchen

Floor-to-ceiling painted units give this modern kitchen its country feel, while black worktops and chrome pendant lights add a funky edge.


Country kitchen with exposed brick wall

An exposed brick feature wall showcases a dramatic range cooker. The black splashback and worktops add a modern touch.


Cosy country kitchen

Potted plants lined up along the windowsill add a welcome touch of colour to the dark beams. Bowls of fruit displayed on old-fashioned weighing scales add rustic charm.

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