Updated: Jun 1, 2022
A small floor plan doesn't have to hold you back from creating the farmhouse-style kitchen of your dreams. A farmhouse should be a place that should provide a space needed to create delicious food whilst entertaining and mingling with friends and family. The farmhouse style originated out of necessity, not as a deliberate response to other dominating styles.
There are various ways to create a farmhouse theme that can work in any type of kitchen (big or small) whilst some possibilities can also bring a touch of modernity to this traditional, rustic style creating a look that feels cozy and stylish. The style you choose will mainly depend on your personal preference and the style should go best with the style of your home. The key feature of a warm, homely, and attractive farmhouse kitchen area wall and flooring, sinks and taps, counter tops, furniture, appliances, color scheme, and antiques-inspired decorations.
An inviting atmosphere is essential to the farmhouse kitchen. In this cooking space, which is open to the adjacent dining room, a large island with stool seating beckons friends and family to sit down and stay awhile. Large grilled windows and open shelves reinforce the expansive feel. Black fixtures and window frames deliver contrast between white cabinetry and ship lap walls.
The warm and welcoming pendant lights above the central dining table add interest and focus to the kitchen. Good lighting is critical to the entire kitchen design, and the warmth of Edison lamps is a decor element that adds cheer.
Also, a farmhouse kitchen should have its collection of homegrown herbs and veggies in tiny lots, soaking up the sunshine streaming in from the kitchen window.
Avoid over cluttering with too many decorations. Additionally, to keep with the farmhouse theme, ensure the items you include in your space are functional and tangible. Most importantly, remember that this is the opportunity to add your personality to your space.