Classic country decor is definitely not my style...I can appreciate it but would not want to live in a completely country decorated home. That being said...there are some country-esque spaces that work for my sensibilities...this open kitchen is an example.
Not quite classic and not quite country, this kitchen exudes something rustic, down home, comforting and cozy (yes cozy even though it is stark white). From England, this all white country eat-in space is rough around the edges while being refined at the same time. This one-wall kitchen is simple, functional and rustic. The reclaimed like looking butcher block counter tops, the white washed wood floors and cabinetry, the exposed bulb lighting, the white subway tile backsplash with dark grout lines showing all work together to create a space that is beyond shabby and actually a bit chic.
Oh the only thing I might do to make this space really work is add just a few pops of color with some accents here or there...maybe some kitchen knicks and knacks in red would do the trick!
What do you think dear readers? I want your opinion on this modern country space.
Photos: 1st Option