No matter what style it is, the kitchen is the heart of the house. But for those of us who are obsessed with making others feel welcome, there is no better choice than the aesthetics of a farmhouse. If you’re thinking of bringing the kitchen of a modern farmhouse to your home, you’re in luck.
Read on to find out more about the elements you need to include to do this display and to see some examples that you can use as design inspiration. If you follow our advice, you will get a look that feels right from the farm, but still trendy.
Farmhouse kitchens are instantly soul-satisfying. The approachable style features warm elements such as wood, brick, metal, exposed pulls (none of this invisible hardware business) and cabinets that look like cabinets. Even the fanciest farmhouse kitchen feels like it’s made for pulling up a stool and kicking back with a mug of tea and a slab of apple pie. Just in time for fall!
1. White Farmhouse Household Kitchen Cabinets
If you want to add a comfortable farmhouse style to your small kitchen, this might be the perfect design for you. The clean white wardrobe and classic white sink make space feel great, but the butcher’s block countertop and shiny silver drawer give the overall look of a rustic feel.
2. Grayscale Shiplap Cabinet with Nuance of Farmhouse
This display combines modern and industrial style. Gray cabinets with clean straight lines provide a modern look, but the use of liberal shiplap and industrial lighting balances everything and gives a feel to the farmhouse industry. Open shelves and stainless steel equipment complete everything and ceiling-high gray tile backsplash adds another dimension.
3. Victorian Antique Household Kitchen Cabinets
Beautifully finished wooden cabinets and large porcelain sinks are the hallmarks of this Victorian kitchen. The use of a bright blue cabinet section and a table slightly raised under a farmhouse-style dish rack add to the attraction and style of depth. The Whitestone table gave the room a fresh, clean look and kept 4. a Victorian accent stole the show.
4. Modern Gray Household Cabinet
If you are looking for a kitchen idea that will combine clean, modern details with the feel of a classic farmhouse, you will appreciate this display balance. Cabinets are made with traditional farmhouse structures in mind, but painted gray cabinets, white stone countertops, and subway backsplash keep looking fresh.
5. High Contrast Kitchen Cabinets with Black Accents
Another example of a farmhouse style with a modern touch, this kitchen is beautiful and functional. The white cupboard makes the room feel big and spacious. Black countertops and accents appear, making the whole kitchen feel a little more modern. Another great thing about black stone countertops is their ability to disguise blemishes or discoloration.
7. Farmhouse Style Cabinets with Color Twist
Hand-made cabinets, khaki paintwork, and vintage heavy metal accents make this kitchen feel comfortable and old. Antique porcelain sinks add to its age and create a focal point. These elements, coupled with beautifully polished butcher block countertops create a warm and inviting kitchen that your family will love.
8. Tuscan and Modern Blended Kitchen Cabinets
With a perfect blend of white cabinet and wood focal point, this cabinet creates a balanced modern Tuscan atmosphere. Clean lines and fresh white paint with a simple, attractive drawer and attractive cabinet on the bottom cabinet playing from a dark wood island cabinet. The open top cabinet with an industrial accent creates a midpoint between the two and unites their very different styles.
9. Grayscale and White Cabinets with Black Accents
Another example of the look of a modern farmhouse combined, this fresh white kitchen cabinet creates the illusion of enormous space. Bright colored stone countertops with high polish and light gray backsplash are further from this illusion. The darker drawer pulls, floor tiles, and gray covers on the outer surface of the breakfast bar provide room for depth and add enough interest to keep the room from being washed.
10. Vintage Unfinished and Mixed Farmhouse Cabinets
If you are looking for something with a genuine vintage look, this cabinet might be your speed. Coarsely carved cabinets with unfinished faces and incomplete paint jobs serve to create an authentic and attractive style. Dark metal accents and mismatched paint jobs add style while the consistent use of unfinished butcher block countertops makes it all cohesive.
11. Beautiful Classic Mint Style Kitchen Cabinets
Playing from a traditional French look, this farmhouse closet has clean straight lines and copper accents. Their mint-colored paintwork and the use of a refreshing and pleasant glass-faced upper cabinet. The wooden table matches copper accessories and brings it back to the root of the farmhouse.
12. Panel Cabinet with White and Black For Farmhouse Style
The bead cabinets are beautiful and versatile. Although they are traditionally associated with cottages, this wardrobe immediately adds to the charm and style of the kitchen. The addition of open-faced shelves for storing cookbooks and storing glass-faced dishes gave the farmhouse a different talent room.
13. Unfinished White Cabinets For Unique Impressions
The use of kitchen cabinets that are very unfinished may be controversial, but we think it has the potential to be very fashionable. Bringing unfinished displays from the cupboard to the table prevents clashing styles. Adding a glass surface to the upper cabinet provides a safe space for storing porcelain or plates and adding style to the farmhouse and keeping unfinished wood from sweeping the rest of the room.