Country kitchen designs 2011

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Decorating a Country kitchen style is an enduring trend, because the country look provides a cheerful and inviting backdrop for cooking and entertaining. You can switch out textiles or add thematic accessories to give your table a country aesthetic, or invest more money or time to reinvent your kitchen table to incorporate country materials and finishes. A country kitchen encompasses several different styles including French Country, English Country and American Country.
Country kitchenPaint the kitchen walls a warm, welcoming shade. Choose a hue such as honey, caramel, vanilla, cinnamon or paprika to set the background for a country-inspired design style. If you have dark wood furniture and cupboards, choose a lighter shade; a light wood, such as oak, will blend well with richer paints.

Make your Country kitchen feel like a comfortable, lived-in room by adding handsome table lamps to the island and countertops. Mix and match styles for a casual feeling, or go with one style in various sizes for a coordinated look. Be careful of cords on countertops; attach them to the wall to keep them out of your workspace.

Decorate with farm-fresh items. Fill a vintage glass vase with just-picked daisies as a vibrant centerpiece. Display terra-cotta plant pots filled with culinary herbs such as thyme and rosemary on your counter top. Wrap live green vines around the top of an antique bakers rack. Hang a plant above the sink.

Hang pendant lamps over the kitchen island for task lighting. Chopping stew vegetables and assembling late-night chicken pot pies require excellent lighting. Country kitchen pendants can be subtle, nearly shade fewer examples that seem to blend visually into the ceiling, or they can be bold, attention-getting finds in weathered red or turquoise metal reclaimed from old buildings, providing a pop of color and style to enliven the rest of the space.