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The irresistible charm of a cottage kitchen
They say cottage chic isn’t a kitchen design style—it’s an attitude.
It’s the type of custom kitchen that just makes you want to “hang out”.
Nothing beats the charm, warmth and personality of a white cottage kitchen with a porcelain farmhouse sink, hardwood floors, a vintage farm table and, of course, open shelving to keep the dishes you use daily.
And, let’s not forget to hang a set of copper pans on the wall… Only because it’s drop-dead cute.
But just when you’re all enthused about having your own cottage kitchen remodel, a friend or a kitchen contractor tries to talk you out of it. They say it’s hard to maintain.
The truth is a cottage kitchen can be both cute and cook-friendly
For example, on a recent project that we did here, at Spectrum Kitchen Remodeling, we installed decorative glass kitchen cabinets instead of open shelves. That didn’t hurt the cottage kitchen design, because the wooden floor, the tiled backsplash and the white-stained maple beadboard cabinets already brought enough personality and warmth.
On another project we installed beadboard cabinetry, but added more high-end 21st-century appliances and a tiled floor. The contrast made for a great mix between industrial kitchen design, making the kitchen easy to maintain, and traditional cottage kitchen design, keeping the cheerful air.
You can have old and new blend beautifully together and a cottage kitchen that is both functional and inviting.
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Talk to an expert kitchen remodeler to figure out what will work best for you.
Contact us today to schedule a free kitchen remodeling consultation, to discuss your cottage kitchen ideas and get a pricing estimate.