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  • Laura Nelson

    Interesting country decor but I would change out the lighting. The stone wall in this rustic kitchen is highlighted by salvaged wood beams and white tile. Floor made from flagstone and reclaimed hemlock wood mirrors the stone wall panel and timber ceiling. A painted white island with a stone top is used for food prep, add teak stools so it can double as a seating area. Country Decorating: 11 Ideas | House & Home

  • Hannah England

    My DREAM kitchen. Love the rough-hewn beams! An earth friendly kitchen in stone, wood and tile. The stone wall in this rustic kitchen is highlighted by salvaged wood beams and white tile. Floor made from flagstone and reclaimed hemlock wood mirrors the stone wall panel and timber ceiling.

  • Ophelia Wiza

    Rustic #kitchen design #kitchen design ideas #kitchen interior design #kitchen decorating #kitchen interior

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Earth tones prevail in this open kitchen that looks as if it's been in place for centuries. Open shelving, naturally finished cabinets, and a pot rack over the center island provide abundant storage. Accessories personalize the space, and the tile backsplash over the stove makes the kitchen feel even more unique. (Photo: Photo: Gordon Beall; Designer: Barry Dixon)

Wow - exposed wood beams + high ceiling + basically every detail of this kitchen = perfection!

I could definitely be happy cooking here all day :)

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Vintage shabby kitchen. I like the wider planks on the wall - a nice change from traditional beadboard.

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ooooh, the possibilities, what a great space, and palette to begin with