Since HGTV’s Fixer Upper became a runaway hit, the world has become obsessed with ‘modern farmhouse’, the warm and clean style that Joanna Gaines utilizes during her magical home design transformations. The Gaines’ go-to aesthetic has become a favorite for viewers, with everyone coveting shiplap, farmhouse sinks, and reclaimed wood. The show may have ended in 2017, but farmhouse chic is still one of today’s hottest design trends. A little bit country combined with industrial and minimalistic touches, the farmhouse look strikes the perfect balance between homey and modern design. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite farmhouse inspired kitchens that we think even Joanna would be proud of.
Joanna always loves a good pendant light, and we love this bold one, pictured above, from ITALKRAFT’s Laura kitchen. Paired with a simple color scheme and a neutral palette, this kitchen feels both simple and sophisticated.
Between Chip’s wall demos and Joanna’s eye for design, the kitchens on Fixer Upper always end up spacious, stunning, and practical. One of the most common elements featured is a large island that creates a central point for the hub of the home. This island from ITALKRAFT’s Gallery collection is a perfect option that provides storage solutions and a large space for cook prep.
Open shelving and glass-front cabinets provide character and a way to display your prettiest kitchen accessories. Amp up the farmhouse feel with mason jars, patterned dishware, stoneware, and rustic appliances. These glass-front cabinets from ITALKRAFT’s Agnese design are a perfect spot to display a combination of mixed metals and rustic woods, a quintessential farmhouse style staple.
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