White kitchens have been riding the popularity wave for years now (my own kitchen is white), but wood finishes and neutral tones add warmth and cozy appeal to the heart of the home. Enjoy these earth tone kitchen ideas to add an organic element to your own cooking space.
Natural kitchen cabinetry shows the beauty and rich intricacy of wood grains. To keep the kitchen bright, a white subway tile and light brick floor was chosen. So much earthy goodness in this cooking space!
Pair white appliances with natural wood cabinets for a fresh look in an earth tone kitchen.
Black counter tops lend a bit of sophistication in this country style kitchen with its beamed white ceiling, vintage pendant lights, and farmhouse sink.
If you’re a little more daring, opt for a black marbled counter top and sink.
For some, an earth tone kitchen might sound a bit ho-hum. Add a playful patterned floor to lend unique interest to the room.
Who can resist a natural stone or brick wall? The texture immediately adds organic charm in a kitchen. The owners used colors in the stone as inspiration for the room’s color scheme.
Rather than white cabinets, consider a light taupe instead. Paired with wood floors and a wood kitchen island, the look is classic and timeless. Note how the window inserts are painted a darker color than the frames. A two-toned window always creates dimension in a room.
Natural wood covers a hood vent adding rustic charm to this beautiful kitchen. A blue tile back splash lends just a hint of color tucked into the pale brick alcove.
An earth tone kitchen can still display a dominant color of white. Natural wood elements create a rustic and organic vibe while charming school pendant lights infuse a touch of whimsy.
An earth tone kitchen sets a warm mood making the space truly feel like the comforting heart of the home.
Decorate a kitchen with plenty of plants for a true “earthy” and organic style kitchen. White walls and cabinets play beautifully off the dark tile floors. Don’t have a green thumb? Hang botanic art work!
Are you a fan of using earth tones and organic elements in the kitchen?