If you are thinking about remodeling your kitchen, but aren't sure what style you should go for, you should consider a farmhouse style in that room. This type of kitchen is beautiful and timeless, so it is never going to go out of style like other styles might. This article is going to discuss 3 remodeling ideas that you may want to incorporate when you are creating your farmhouse kitchen.
Open Face Cabinets
When it comes to creating farmhouse cabinets for your kitchen, you should consider doing open face cabinets on all or some of your cabinets. The classic farmhouse kitchens were simple and often times doors weren't installed on the cabinets simply because they got in the way and were an added expense. Building your cabinets without doors and filling them with beautiful farmhouse style dishes, such as classic pitchers, canisters, and bread boxes, will simply added to the overall look and feel of your farmhouse kitchen.
An almost essential item for a farmhouse style of kitchen is a farmhouse sink. This type of sink is going to be made out of porcelain and is white in color. It is very large and resembles a basin.You can purchase this sink with either one large sink or two smaller sinks. When this type of sink is installed, it is actually going to hang over the edge of your counters, so they will need to be cut down to accommodate it. Its simplicity and durably are both reminiscent of classic farmhouse sinks, making it not only unique and beautiful, but also very durable and long-lasting.
Nothing says farmhouse like a classic wooden countertop. Also, because wood comes in such a large range of natural colors, you aren't going to have any issues finding a style and color of wood that you love. You are going to want to use wood that has been treated, but still has a natural finished looked. This is going to allow you to have wood that is well protected and long-lasting without taking away from the look that you are going for. A great way to contrast the brown color of the wood is to have white cabinets and cupboards installed above and below it. Wood is also excellent for your kitchen because you can match pretty much any color that you would like to it for the color scheme in your kitchen.