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A touch of the right shade of blue can make all the difference in a rustic room. This color against the weathered wood creates the look of wood reclaimed from a barn with an advertisement painted on it. The result is unique and fun.
This kitchen is a wonderful mix of polished and rough touches. The watery, iridescent backsplash adds color and shine, while the rough boards and industrial pendants add a farmhouse feeling.
Of course that fabulous cow is the total attention-grabber in this kitchen. Other touches, such as the rich wood to the right, the brass chandelier, and the oversized basket give it the feeling of a French farmhouse. American kitchens tend to feel too matchy-matchy, and this row of powder-blue cabinets makes sure that is not the case here.
Reclaimed boards, a hardwood floor, exposed beams and metal lamps bring in the rustic; the blue brings in the color and the fabulous pattern on the tiles.
Wondering about these tiles? They are Cuban Heritage Design Handmade Cement Tiles.
The Workshops of David T. Smith create beautiful new cabinets that look like they have a lot of years on them. This particular row of cabinets was designed for a house built in the 1720s, and it conceals a stove in the center cabinet.
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