Country Era (1920's-1970's) Taken primarily from the 'Provincial' style, but playing on the 'Farmhouse' aspect as well. Popular colours in this era were ivory, white, blue, olive & wood grain. Very intricate carving within it's cabinetry also.

Kitchen Dreaming Like A Mouse

I love this blue. Classic French Kitchen - The intricate moldings and cabriolet legs on the cabinets and kitchen island are classic French details. The powder blue and cream-white colors are very traditional, as well.

Chic kitchen!

like the colors of cabinets and island Hickman Design Associates via Home Bunch Farmhouse Kitchen Island, 20 Farmhouse Kitchens via A Blissful Nest

24 Beautiful Dark Kitchens Part 1 Check us out on Fb- Unique Intuitions…

Gothic- dark stains and ornate wood and metal features are also typical in kitchens.

Jamie Blake of Blakes London assembled a high/low mix of materials in his design for a sun-splashed London kitchen.

Steal This Look: The Endless Summer Kitchen

Looks like Scandi-style whitewashed wood flooring, but it’s actually porcelain tile in a London remodel by Jamie Blake of Blakes London. See Scandinavian-style kitchen in London by Jamie Blake of Blakes London

Micro Trend: Creative Floors Combining Wood and Ceramic Tile

Micro Trend: Creative Floors Combining Wood and Ceramic Tile

I love that island. >>European kitchen with a functional island setup and open shelving. Unique brick back splash, wall and base cabinet face with reclaimed wood doors and drawer fronts.

wall of storage.  I have enough space for something like that.  Angel needs to get working on it.  :)

Painted kitchens

Amazing! Alfred Street Residence by Studio Four | Remodelista

Sunny Side Up: A Victorian Makeover in Melbourne

White + Pale Timber Interior Design Project: Alfred Street Residence Architects: Studio Four Photographer: Shannon McGrath Location: Prahran, Victoria, Australia

Pottery Barn Clarissa Crystal Drop Small Round Chandeliers

Two Pottery Barn Clarissa Crystal Drop Small Round Chandeliers hang over a small kitchen island next to a microwave stacked atop a wall oven.

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