Rustic Kitchen Styles
Knotty alder cabinets with a reddish stain add to Pacific Northwest look of this log home. Designed by Fine Wood Cabinets, Oak Harbor, WA.
Rustic kitchens often have a regional American flair: Adirondack or Pacific Northwest, for example. Others resemble a lodge or log cabin.
Expect to see:
- Wood paneling and ceiling beams
- Knotty pine, hickory and alder woods
- Leather pulls
- Warm, rich earth tones and reds, greens and yellows
Try bold and natural choices, like warm cabinetry with a strong grain (such as knotty pine or alder) stained in reds, greens, or yellows. Wide rails and stiles (such as those of a Shaker door) enhance the look.Rustic Country:
Warm hickory wood tones shine on recessed flat panel doors. A hearth-style mantle hood, hand-carved turnings and furniture-like pieces bring a rustic country space to life.
Other rustic styles:
Lodge, Southwestern, Mountain West, Coastal