Rustic Reclaimed Chestnut

Everyday dishes are displayed on three understated shelves, also crafted from Reclaimed Chestnut.

Photo Credit: Crown Point Cabinetry

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lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to What Goes Best With Wooden Kitchen Cabinets?7 Feb 2019

Marble counters and white subway tileIf you have naturally beautiful wood in your kitchen, like these reclaimed chestnut cabinets, consider complementing them with marble counters and white subway tile. Dark grout with white subway tile is more sophisticated than white – and easier to keep looking clean. Repeat the dark grout colour with dark cabinet hardware and a black light fixture.

kateburt
Kate Burt added this to 99 Genius Tips for Your Small Kitchen3 Oct 2016

68 Make your oven do double dutyIn a dinky kitchen, your choice of oven could have a significant impact on saving space.Where there’s no room for a microwave and an oven, consider a combi microwave oven with grill that will do everything – something like the model shown in this rustic-industrial kitchen. If the kitchen’s about to be built, go for an integrated model to give more of a streamlined effect. If you’re adapting an existing kitchen, and pulling out the oven to make more cupboard space, you could mount a non-built-in model on a wall shelf.

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lorindalj
lorindalj added this to Kitchen Ideas4 days ago

---Floating wood shelves with tile backsplash

sophiebutler2007
Sophie-louise Butler added this to sophiebutler2007's ideas6 days ago

Very bright but with a vintage rustic touch.

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