french country kitchen... love the accessories and sink
french style, love it, note: love the shelf below the upper cabinets and sink curtain
idea of a French country kitchen, many are simple and often small. The fabric under the sink is a classic.
Tip: Get some "instant" south-of-France feel right here at home by removing the doors and adding a Belgian linen or grain sack curtain to the front of a kitchen cabinet (if you don't have a farm
cottage, French country farmhouse or wine country getaway.
cottage, French country farmhouse or wine country getaway. The rug shown here provides a great counterpoint to the more traditional furnishings and instantly makes the space more approachable. Sisal and jute work well with both casual and modern furnishings, and are surprisingly soft and textural underfoot
vintage French munitions baskets and could never quite come up with the perfect place for it. It doesn't take away from the round mirrors, and its black writing and tan color coordinate well with the room's color scheme.
looks like French quartered limestone. A few links below - looks most like the Carmel color. Not sure about the countertops...though the ones on the range wall look a lot like Nova Blue Limestone or what's also called Lagos Azul some places.
love the French Provincial red color! toile and red chairs. too much for us or good? maybe green instead?
Painted barstools in French Country style
french country chairs with fabric in kitchen !!!
French Quarter tile carmel color 12x12, 6x6, 6x12