Modern Rustic Kitchen Design
There’s a certain warmth and charm to a rustic kitchen. Our design team found a way to combine a rustic style with a modern design with this featured kitchen in Labadie, MO. When we hear the word “rustic,” the wooden features in different areas of this kitchen design is what comes to mind. Solid wood cabinetry, hand scraped hardwood flooring, and a barnlike pantry door add rustic touches to the otherwise contemporary kitchen. Aside from wood, this kitchen design also has other rustic features in it like its lighting and built-in John Boos butcher block. This classic style brings a casual and inviting feel to this kitchen design and looks chic in the open floor plan of this large custom home built by Whalen Custom Homes.
Thermador TPCG366G Professional Series Rangetop
Wood Type: Maple
Door style: Lancaster, Inset
Thermador TPODC302J Professional Series Double Electric Wall Oven
John Boos End Grain Butcher Block Island Top
Wood Type: Alder
Door style: Lancaster, Inset
Hallmark Stone Company
Granite – Ice Brown
These hand scraped floors from Boardwalk Hardwood Floors offer the beauty and texture of a sculpted look with an old world feel. These hand scraped floors represent the look of a craftsmen’s countless hours creating a masterpiece with scrapers and hand tools. Hand scraped flooring offers environments with active lifestyles the beauty of textures that can hide or mask everyday mishaps.
We partnered with W.W. Wood Products to provide this kitchen with the highest quality cabinetry in the business. Shiloh Cabinetry is American-made and features all wood construction: the sides, backs, tops, bottoms and shelves are made with layered plywood for strength and rigidity. The doors, drawers, face frames and even corner braces are made from solid hardwood.
The natural veins, fissures and mineral deposits combine to give this granite countertop a beautiful and natural appearance in this kitchen. Its extreme hardness makes granite uncommonly durable and extremely appealing for use every day in the home.
John Boos has been a name to beat in butcher blocks for decades, and for good reason. Established in 1887, the company is one of the top producers of butcher block cutting boards and kitchen islands. The John Boos End Grain Butcher Block Island Top Board provides a stable work surface in the kitchen and is handy for chopping vegetables, fruits, and meat. It has a sturdy construction, which gives this cutting board toughness to withstand years of use. This Butcher Block Island Top Board by John Boos is a delight in the kitchen and makes a practical addition to food preparation tools and utensils. Boos Butcher Blocks provide extra quality work space and its natural beauty provides a classic and authentic character and presence in this kitchen design.