Whenever we say Farmhouse kitchen, we always imagine that cast-iron sink with the double drain boards, the pine-topped island, and open shelving. We usually see the 1920 sinks which everyone loved because of the unique beauty it gives to the kitchen. We also have that salvaged rug which we can cut down and rebound into a chichi kitchen mat. We’re sure that there are more to what a Farmhouse kitchen can actually offer – but we prefer you’d see them for yourself.
The design works best in a room with lots of windows, because if possible the kitchen would likely include a bay window. The focus is on creating warmth and a homey feeling, says Broerman, because you're going to spend a great deal of time in this style of kitchen.
This summer, bring a dash of freshness to the kitchen with colors that go beyond the mundane. Instead of the regular red, blue, green and yellow, consider a splurge of vivacious fuchsia, spunky orange or even upbeat purple for a captivating kitchen island that steals the show. Then there is option of a multi-colored island that combines several different hues to create a collage of effervescent brilliance!
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