Fancy Rustic Winter Kitchen Ideas After Christmas 35
Fancy Rustic Winter Kitchen Ideas After Christmas 35

20+ Fancy Rustic Winter Kitchen Ideas After Christmas

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So now you have finally decided to settle into that country home you’ve been dreaming about for years. Everything is packed and ready, including your blueprints on how to find those gorgeous kitchen paint colors that can turn your kitchen truly rustic. When you say rustic, think of fresh breeze, birds chirping, the sweet smell of wildflowers all lined up in wonderful array in the garden. And when you say rustic style, you talk about informal and relaxed, which means you can feel confident about experimenting with down-to-earth colors when it comes to choosing paint.

Keep in mind that your home should be integrated with its surroundings, because setting is very important to the country home. So when you are choosing colors, think of colors that are part of nature, and don’t be scared to look at nature as a part of your inspiration.

If you live in a forested area, then you know that during spring and summer, all those greens predominate. In fall, the hardwood trees are made up of reds, oranges, and golds. The winter season introduces all the shades of gray, ranging from the deep charcoals to the silvers. So when you are considering painting your kitchen cabinets to rustic colors, paint your cabinets a dark forest green, and the doors delicate coral. Make the background darker, it will create the illusion of airiness and spaciousness. Then, you can finish the cabinets with silver hardware to complete the look.

If your new country house is by the sea, then there is an endless inspiration just by looking outside. Be inspired by using indigo to cerulean. These colors mimic the waves and the sky. Consider the climate, too. If you live in the North, choose from pale colors to cool blues. If you live in a tropical location, choose the deeper blues and even lavenders. If you really want to make your kitchen an extension of the sea, choose a shade of blue that reminds you of the sea or the waters nearby. A good idea would be to finish everything with whimsical shells as minor decoration. If you’re one of those creative types, you can stencil a border of sea birds or shells at the top of your room or doors to make it more interesting.

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