When it comes to designing your farmhouse kitchen, there are so many directions you could go. It all depends on what you want your kitchen to function as – do you want to entertain in your kitchen? Use it purely for whipping up special treats? Do you want a rustic, off-white area or maybe a shabby chic space full of repurposed wood and industrial finds?
The kitchen featured today chose an open layout, set up for entertaining friends and family. Full of classic whites, grays and a dark wood table, the kitchen is extremely easy on the eyes and easy to clean. What more could a homeowner ask for? The cushy stools tucked neatly into the island invite anyone to take a seat a chat with the chef. Grab an icy beverage from the built in drink well – it doesn’t get more convenient than that!
Over the island are two large vintage glass pendants. While they aren’t quite industrial lights, they do fit in seamlessly with the timeless beauty of the kitchen. For the same elegant look in your home, choose the Halstead Semi-Flush Ceiling Light. The mounting design allows for it to be hung in rooms with both high or low ceilings, and even over tables and islands without blocking your line of sight. Any of the four traditional finishes will coordinate with a classic farmhouse kitchen, but we love ceiling lighting like the Halstead in contrasting old bronze.
This industrial farmhouse kitchen even has an eat-in option; gather around the formal dining table for an elegant dinner with friends or spend time with your family during the holidays. The homeowner could have continued their matching island lights over the dining area, but opted for a vintage chandelier with beautiful scrolls and creamy linen shades. The Alhambra Chandelier is a perfect match to get this same look. The old world design on the Alhambra is the best combination of industrial and classic.
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