Rustic Colonial Style Kitchen Design with Exposed Beam and Hardwood Material


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If we are talking about the colonial style in architecture, we often refer to the 1960s until 1970s style when the colonial era took place. The colonial style kitchen design was more absorbed in the rural area than in town because of its originality. It’s basically the same with the previous era when the simple tone meets the simple furniture in the kitchen. Colonial kitchen tend to be so warm and indeed a rustic look and use the wood color instead of a bright color like previous era. Some of it use brassy bronze hardware material that more convincing looks.

Colonial Style Kitchen Design Color Palette

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One thing you must know in the colonial style kitchen design is the color palette. You cannot use bright color like bright red or pale green to garnishing your kitchen. Therefore, in the colonial kitchen colors you must adjust the toning into the rustic color such as the natural stone color, and other earthy color. It’s the best for you if you decided to décor your wall with a natural stone wall because it can bring the rugged feelings and automatically rustic feelings. You also can paint your wall with a white or pale yellow or cream color. But, when it’s come to the accessories, you can go more saturated and shading like soft brick red, olive green, and brown. For your countertops you can choose any kind that you like but commonly they used the natural rocks countertop like granite or soap rock made material.

Colonial Style Kitchen Design Cabinets

The other part that so important too in the colonial style kitchen design is the cabinets. Colonial cabinet featured the raised panels mixed with glass small-lite doors. It can be curved or just flat top. It usually made from cherry, maple, hickory, oak, or painted wood so the colonial style kitchen cabinets are mostly in hardwood materials. Sometimes it’s very tall cabinets so it can reach the ceiling or soffits. The ceiling usually in a form of exposed beam, it would be nice if it’s supported with the rocky fireplace, because at the early colonial era, the function of a fireplace is for grilling rather than an accessories and heater.

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