Next up in our ‘‘Get This Look’ series is this stunning traditional farmhouse kitchen! The neutral color palette, industrial style lighting, and extensive cabinetry are all key aspects of traditional farmhouse style.
This modern farmhouse look is becoming increasingly popular thanks to Joanna Gaines and her every growing Magnolia empire and style. While JoJo didn’t design this particular kitchen, the designers did a great job capturing the essential Fixer Upper style traditional farmhouse elements that everyone loves.
Eager to create your own traditional farmhouse kitchen? Find out how to ‘Get This Look’ with our six design tips and shopping picks below.
Plus, don’t forget to explore more looks from this traditional style home built by RC Dent Construction and designed by Remedy Furniture and Design Center, and featured in the 2018 Utah Valley Parade of Homes.
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6 Tips to Design a Traditional Farmhouse Kitchen
1. Select industrial dome lighting
Pendant lighting instantly elevates a kitchen’s look. These industrial dome pendants lights in a black finish add a touch of modern style while still feeling traditional. What’s not to love?
2. Build a DIY range hood cover
This amazing custom range hood give us serious kitchen envy. Below we’ve got links to four different tutorials that will help you build your own DIY range hood. It’s easier than you think!
DIY Tutorials for a Farmhouse Kitchen Range Hood
How to Build a DIY Range Hood via The Happy Housie
3. Install a neutral tile backsplash
We love the look of a tile backsplash whether it’s real or faux. In this kitchen, the gray herringbone pattern tile adds visual interest without being too overpowering.
Find some of our favorite DIY kitchen backsplash ideas here: 15 DIY Kitchen Backsplash Ideas, DIY Kitchen Backsplash Stencil, & DIY Whitewashed Faux Brick Backsplash
4. Find black hardware to compliment white cabinets
Adding cabinet hardware is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to upgrade your kitchen. Here the black knobs and pulls compliment the white cabinets while enhancing the crisp, classic farmhouse feel.
5. Choose contrasting kitchen countertops
When your designing a farmhouse style kitchen like this one, you’ll want to choose a countertop finish that contrasts with your cabinets. Here they chose a gray marble pattern in a durable low maintenance natural stone surface (source info below).
Find DIY countertop inspiration here: 10+ Great Options for DIY Countertops & 10 Inexpensive but Amazing DIY Countertop Ideas
6. Add classic chrome fixtures to a farmhouse sink
You can’t have a farmhouse kitchen without a farmhouse or apron sink! Installing classic chrome faucet fixtures keep the kitchen feeling modern rather than rustic.
Our traditional farmhouse kitchen shopping picks
Products and Paint Colors Featured in this Traditional Style Home
- Trim and Cabinet Paint: Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace
- Wall Paint: Sherwin Williams Pearly White (50% Strength)
- Flooring: Oak Hardwood – Liverpool Siberian Oak (which looks similar to our White Oak floors that we love, or see a similar style we found here as well)
- Kitchen Countertops: Cambria Clareanne