French country-style kitchens can be rich and bright with colors like gold, deep red and olive, or natural neutral with granite countertops, furniture-like cabinetry and wood floors. Browse pictures of French country kitchens.
Off-white cabinets that resemble furniture give this space a French country look. The wood floors, pendant lights, countertops and rooster artwork contribute to that feeling throughout the space. Design by Gail Drury in Glen Ellyn, Ill.
This kitchen is full of unique details and homespun grace. The color of the island adds to the warmth of the French vanilla cabinetry. Overall, the space is charming and beautiful. Photo by Ric Marder. Design by Ken Kelly in New York
Glazed French country cabinetry graces this large gourmet kitchen. The butcher block and granite island is an eye-catching element that melds form with function. The stone flooring adds a dynamic and beautiful dimension to the space. The sunflowers are the perfect touch for this kitchen. Design by Jackie Glisson
Black Accents in the Kitchen
The overall look of this room, designed by Judi Ackerman, is French country with a cottage feel. Most of the furniture is painted in tones of white and highlighted with apple green. Black accents, such as the granite countertops and wrought-iron counter stools, add to the French feel.
This traditional kitchen has classic off-white cabinetry and a vintage feel, thanks to the industrial window, pendant lights and white subway tile with charcoal grout. Lined with ornate black-and-white wallpaper, the glass-front cabinets give the room a French flair. Design by Rebekah Zaveloff
Traditional elements in this kitchen were combined with modern-day conveniences to give an updated look and feel to the space. The off-white detailed cabinetry adds class to the room, while the chandelier is a touch of elegance. The rooster gives the kitchen a French feel. Design by Gail Drury of Glen Ellyn, Ill.