27 Cozy Country Kitchen Designs
From charming wood floors to wrought-iron fixtures, get tips for using details that embody a warm country design style.
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Rustic materials pair with bright white finishes to create this family friendly, farmhouse kitchen. Richly stained cabinets join forces with aged hardwood floors and weathered barstools to bring warmth to the mostly white space. A taupe subway tile backsplash adds dimension to the design and enhances the range hood, while a modern chicken painting brings interest to the walls.
This expansive country kitchen is a study of balanced contrasts. The walls are lined with classic, white subway tiles enhanced with a charcoal grout. Reclaimed wood beams accentuate the vaulted ceiling and pop against the snowy cabinets and subway tile below. An elegant, espresso-stained kitchen island draws the eye to the center of the room and pairs seamlessly with the handsome, dark hardwoods underfoot.
Vintage Farmhouse Charm
Timeless cabinetry pairs with striking vintage appliances and light fixtures in this stunning country kitchen. Aged hardwood floors offer texture and cozy charm to the space, while curated rustic accents add personality to the crisp, white countertops.
Classic + Warm
Bright white cabinets and classic subway tile are warmed by wooden ceiling beams and hardwood floors. Gilded lantern pendants shine above a snowy kitchen island and five, woven bar stools at the center of the room. A rustic cutting board, wooden floating shelves and a burnt orange runner heat up the otherwise cool and crisp design.
Dreamy Dining Nook
Dark and distressed wood planks line the wall and ceiling in this dreamy, rustic kitchen. A cozy, custom-built breakfast nook provides space for the entire family to enjoy meals together and a grand, iron chandelier dangles overhead for added country charm.
Cinnamon Beams + Slate Blue
Cinnamon colored ceiling beams and a slate blue kitchen island give this contemporary farmhouse unique flair. Aged hardwoods, antique cutting boards and wicker bar stools offer an interesting contrast against the sleek marble counters and high-gloss subway backsplash.
Rustic Galley Kitchen and Dining Nook
Honey-stained wood paneling envelops this galley kitchen with rich color and abundant texture. The herringbone patterned hardwood floors create movement in the small space, while the professional grade, stainless steel appliances give the rustic design high-end appeal.
White shaker cabinets, soapstone counters and a simple white subway tile gives this country kitchen timeless quality. Industrial wood and metal bar stools nestle beneath the roomy center island for an updated and inviting look.
White upper cabinets and glossy, herringbone subway tile backsplash welcome the sun in this bright and airy farmhouse kitchen. Wooden swivel barstools provide seating for four, and are a nice contract to the dark blue island. Inky cone pendant lights shine from above and curated, country-style accessories line the counters for a charming, lived-in design.
A whitewashed brick pillar, blonde hardwoods and statement-making wooden door frames give this sunny kitchen a touch of cozy, country charm. Dark cabinet hardware and pendant lights are a modern contrast against the rustic, natural elements at play in the space.
Rich + Rustic
Rustic elements and rich hues create this warm and welcoming country kitchen fit for family and friends, alike. Aged, reclaimed ceiling beams and honey-toned cabinets contrast against the crisp shiplap walls and black marble countertops. Burnt orange barstools offer a cozy spot to sip coffee each morning and a professional grade stove adds a touch of luxury to the otherwise laid-back design.
This country kitchen boasts creamy white cabinets paired with a baby blue island. Copper accents and a striking exposed brick wall brings a warm and inviting look to this kitchen. Dark hardwood floors ground the space and pristine white shiplap lines the arched ceiling overhead.
This farmhouse is rich with history, charm and moody color and texture throughout. Reclaimed beams and classic architectural details resonate with the early 19th century, the time period in which this farmhouse was built. Soft gray cabinets pair with creamy white countertops in this open kitchen, where a large island takes center stage and provides a spot for family dining.
Blonde hardwood floors complement creamy shiplap walls in this fall-ready country kitchen. Iron pendant lights illuminate the gray center island and a landscape oil painting wraps the design with warmth and coziness.
Fresh Farm Style
White cabinets and pearly white marble details are matched with rustic wooden details to yield a modern farmhouse design in this large family kitchen. Wide-plank oak floors serve as inspiration for the custom island detail, floating shelving and unique range hood. The neutral wood and white tones are elevated with contrasting black furnishings and contemporary gilded fixtures.
Twice as Nice
Two expansive islands anchor this pine-clad country kitchen and provide family space to chop, cheer and chat at their leisure throughout the day. Textured wooden beams frame the white ceiling overhead and mirror the honey-toned hardwood floors underfoot. Simple, floating shelves wrap the perimeter and allow for easy access to timeless glass canisters and trusted Dutch ovens, galore. Sleek charcoal countertops bring a subtle, modern touch to the space and offer a reprieve to the sea of reclaimed wood finishes that outfits much of the design.
Dove gray cabinetry and rich green marble countertops make for a classic and unexpected pairing in this New York farmhouse kitchen. The smashing duo serves as a drool-worthy backdrop to an enviable professional grade stove and a crisp collection of white dinnerware. The cool-toned cabinets and moody marble countertops are balanced with dainty brass hardware and a warm, chocolate-stained butcher-block island at the center of the room.
White Walls + Weathered Wood
This light, bright and oh-so-airy country kitchen is packed with cozy, rustic charm. White lacquered floors join the white lower cabinets and creamy walls to create a clean and classic backdrop for a reclaimed farmhouse table, x-back dining chairs and a pair of antique wingback armchairs. A patinated bell pendant light shines over the wooden table and offers unique texture and history to the sun-drenched design.
A grand wooden table extends the length of this eat-in kitchen and offers everyone in the family a cozy seat in front of the stately stone fireplace. Reclaimed beams line the ceiling overhead and lead the way to the impressive built-in bookcases that flank the roaring fireplace and frame the window with views of the lush backyard.
Charming + Functional
Creamy and dreamy, this country kitchen masters the art of mixing contemporary finishes with one-of-a-kind flea market finds. An aged wood dining table and chairs invite history and charm into the design and pick up on the warmth of the kitchen's golden pendant lights. It's a welcoming place to enjoy a meal with friends and family or use as an extra surface for prep work.