Everything a professional cook might need, colonial charm—that's the beauty of the design of this country kitchen. Be inspired by the innovative decorating ideas in pictures of this rustic space.
The quartersawn oak cabinetry in this New Jersey kitchen is solid and traditional. Screw Stools from Design Workshop and a shelf made with pipe fittings add an unexpected industrial touch. Shelves on either side of the Wolf range keep everyday necessities nearby.
An accent wall of richly colored tile sets off the bar area. Glass shelving and support brackets in Architectural Bronze from Urban Archaeology. Refrigerator drawers in the center of the cabinet hold ice and sodas.
Handmade tiles offer intriguing variations in color and shape. Trikeenan Basics tile in Outer Galaxy from Urban Archaeology.
Glass cloches became light fixtures, with the addition of light sockets from Schoolhouse Electric. Table from Intérieurs. Openweave side chairs from Design Workshop; Biscayne Wire armchairs from Peddler's Home Design.
They're all cushioned with a closeout fabric.
Some of the lower cabinets have a metal grating instead of wood, to add another layer of texture. "It reminds me of those old-fashioned pie safes, and it lets things breathe and dry," Dan Ruhland says. Parefeuille Peach antique terra-cotta flooring from Exquisite Surfaces.
There are two faucets at the sink, one for filtered water. Kitchen Bridge faucets in English Bronze by Perrin & Rowe for Rohl. The honed Pietra Cardoza granite is scored, by the sink, to act as a drain board. Shaws Original Fireclay one and a half bowl sink through Rohl. Custom tin and antique mirror pendants by Robert Ogden.
White mini-brick Elements Field tile by Ann Sacks in Ginger Spice.