A walk-through cooking space offers all the modern conveniences while maintaining a rustic aesthetic that connects it to adjoining rooms.
Stainless steel appliances paired with rich wood cabinetry and Eco by Cosentino countertops pull the space together. A backsplash of limestone split-faced tile adds the needed element of texture.
Reclaimed, Exposed Wood Beams in Rustic Kitchen
Hand-hewn timber beams, reclaimed from old properties, add visual heft to the space.
Pewter and Glass Accents Shine in the Blog Cabin Kitchen
Pewter accents and glass storage jars, helped along by sparkling countertops, add shimmer and shine to the kitchen surfaces.
The island’s built-in cabinetry offers up storage solutions that keep the space clutter free. Muted accents – including potted succulents and brushed-aluminum tabletop accessories – don’t complete for attention with a museum-worthy collection of black and white photos taken from the local area and pulled from the Mars Hill College yearbook.
Double Farm-Style Sink with a Modern Touch
A double farm-style sink and traditional-style pull-down faucet make cleanup effortless. The faucet’s push button offers two spray options: aerated spray or powerful stream.
Stainless Steel Range Hood in Rustic Blog Cabin Kitchen
The wall-mounted chimney range hood features European design and multi-speed control. Dual lights illuminate the induction stove.
Rustic Accessories Decorate the Bloog Cabin Countertop
Countertop appointments include framed artwork, potted succulents and twig accessories.
Glass-Front Cabinets Show Off Colorful Dishes
Glass-front cabinets showcase a collection of crisp white tableware. Saturated green dessert bowls add a punch of color that connects the collection to other accessories in the space.
Antique-Style Cake Served in the Blog Cabin 2009 Kitchen
An antique-style cake stand adds a precious touch to the island countertop. The brushed-metal finish complements the traditional styling of the faucet.
Custom Branch Chandellier
Add rusticity to the kitchen with a custom light fixture crafted from branches gathered in your own yard. Wood glue, zip ties and simple electrical supplies pull this easy project together in minutes.
Rustic Blog Cabin 2009 with Stainless Steel Appliances
The kitchen opens out into the living area and a door connects the cooking space to the outdoor kitchen on the side deck.