rustic dining

Today’s post about kitchens is about rustic dining. By using reclaimed materials and reusing old pieces of furniture a homely, rustic dining room or kitchen can easily be created.

In the image above, a table handmade by using ragged cuts from a maple tree gives character to this rustic dining room. The Wishbone chairs are from Skandium.

The units in the image above are made from reclaimed wood. Combined with original tiled flooring and a butlers sink, a warm rustic feel is created.

A mix of wood and cool, modern appliances gives a rustic but modern atmosphere to the kitchen above.

A butlers sink set in a recycled wood surround is the epitome of rustic style. The effect is strengthened by using brass taps and a wooden drainer.

(images from Living Etc)

12 Responses to rustic dining

  1. I love the use of old fruit crates to makes drawers. The use of wood in such rough form too. Beautiful.

  2. I love everything in this post, will definitely be borrowing some ideas! Thanks!

  3. The floors are just amazing. Talk about dream floors.

  4. Oh I just love the rustic dining room table. What charm!

    Rustic Furniture Florida

  5. Wow, that’s beautiful – wood and using old and founded objects out of wood is a great base for working …

  6. I love the first image. I am very enamored with the idea of using unmatched kitchen chairs.

  7. Could you please tell me more about the oven that is in the photograph? Thanks

  8. please can you tell me where I can get about 6 of those fruit crates? I would be so grateful, really struggling to find some and I’m from Somerset!
    Louisa x

  9. I second the call for more info about that oven/range. I’ve never seen one like it, and love the optional under-space it leaves. Please post a brand and model if you know it. Thanks!

  10. I am totally digging the oven/range as well, would love the info if possible!

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