There are several elements which help you to induce the classic appeal inside traditional kitchen ideas. Until this present day, many people are still impressed with the classic interior design due to the elegance and beauty. If you have a new cooking room and want to make it look classic, focus more on the antique pieces like rustic cups, hood, floor tiles, cabinet and backsplash.
The modern kitchen design always features the shining aluminum or stainless steel hood. Since you want to incorporate the beauty of classic interior, pick the antique copper hood. Besides making the kitchen look classic, you can also enjoy safer environment due to the fresh air and smooth air circulation in the space. If you are not interested with simple copper hood, paint the entire surface to match with the kitchen home decor. Some people opt for the classic sage green or vintage white hood.
Highlight your personal style when decorating a classic kitchen. The backsplash should support the beauty of the antique copper hood. Apply the combination of two metal square tiles on the entire backsplash. The word backsplash refers to the wall area located behind the stove. Since the grease, oil and stain are often splashed the area, it is called backsplash. If you want to make it simple, install the white ceramic tiles in brick patterns.
Rustic Cups and Plates
It will be a good decision if the classic kitchen also features a fabulous dining space. Thus, you can hang out and dine with family and friends while enjoying the beauty of the cooking room. If the space does not allow having a dining room, put an antique cornflower blue island with butcher-block countertop, put some ladder-back chairs or wooden bar stools around the island for the seating area. The top of the island may feature some collections of rustic cups. If you also use the island as the preparation and cooking area, the collection of rustic cups looks perfect to spot on the distressed dark wooden shelves. Next to the shelves, you can hang some elegant white plates and china.
Published at Wednesday, April 26th 2017 by Leslie Gace