You don’t need fields and dales surrounding your country kitchen; the clean yet cosy aesthetic synonymous with this style works beautifully in both town and country. From colourful to traditional, from classic English to quintessentially Tuscan – we’ve found 21 deliciously designed country kitchens to inspire you.
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1. MODERN COUNTRY KITCHEN
How to make a country kitchen look appropriately modern? Industrial pendant lights, rustic furniture, exposed beams, the obligatory Aga and simple wooden furniture. Follow the lead of Slackwood Farmand create a fresh farmhouse feel in your kitchen.
2. OPEN KITCHEN SHELVES
The panelling in Katie Fontana’s kitchen is painted white, this make the small space feel light and bright. Vintage knick-knacks decorate the shelves and small paintings complete the eclectic scheme. This is country meets kooky.
3. COUNTRY KITCHEN WOODEN WORKTOP
This country kitchen in Hampshire belonging to designer and antiques dealer Max Rollitt is furnished with a simple wooden island, terracotta tiled and grey wooden sink units, over which a pole is fixed to the walls for hanging pots and pans. The brown orange floor bring warmth to the cool, neutral scheme.