Boston Farmhouse Kitchen Pairs Charm with Convenience

Old World charm meets today’s functionality in this updated Boston farmhouse kitchen by Hawthorn Builders. You’ll find beautiful Shaker-style cabinets, warm wood tones, and plenty of natural light. Not to mention, all the conveniences for today’s passionate chef.

Boston Farmhouse Kitchen with Natural Light and Wood TonesPhoto by Hawthorn Builders

Industrial style bar stools belly up to the kitchen island above. The island is trimmed in light wood to match the pale flooring. And there’s a little pop of lime green in the form of an espresso machine on the counter. 

Baskets and breadboards add a bit of texture to the open shelving lined with favorite dishes. The dark counter tops lend richness and just a hint of drama to the beautiful space. The soft colors are easy on the eyes.

Shaker style kitchen cabinets in a Massachusetts farmhousePhoto by Hawthorn Builders

 

Here’s where the convenient part of this Boston farmhouse kitchen comes into play. Pull out shelves in the cabinets make it easy to access pots and pans for cooking. I have one of those lazy Susan corner cupboards and it’s always a struggle reaching into that dark corner to wrestle with handles and lids to get just the right pot. I’d much prefer to have rolling shelves like this kitchen.

Pull-out shelves inside kitchen cabinets for easy storage and accessPhoto by Hawthorn Builders

 

A stainless steel backdrop above the range makes clean-up easy. When you have a tile backsplash, you have to wipe any food or grease out of the grouted cracks. Or in my case – I have a bead board back splash and need to clean the grooves. Fortunately I have bath and kitchen paint on the bead board which makes cleaning easier.

Stainless steel backdrop above a range in a Boston farmhouse kitchenPhoto by Hawthorn Builders

 

Look at the lovely view the chef enjoys when standing at the farmhouse kitchen sink. Three Victorian sconces help to light the prep area when the sun sets. Such a beautiful room for whipping up your favorite recipes. I think I’d keep finding excuses to cook something if this were my kitchen!

Trio of large windows above farmhouse kitchen sinkPhoto by Hawthorn Builders

 

You can see more of today’s Boston farmhouse kitchen (along with the rest of the gorgeous house) by Hawthorn Builders over at Houzz.

 

More Kitchen Ideas for You to Enjoy:

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A Cozy Kitchen That’s Cute and Functional

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3 Comments

  1. Any paint colors in this beautiful kitchen available. I am looking to repaint our kitchen and love the neutral colors in this room.

  2. This kitchen is lovely, but…I just can’t call any of the new stuff country. I grew up in Central (upstate, Oneida, Chittenango, small towns, not the so called Hudson area country) New York in the 50’s and 60’s, on a small farm, and all the pretty, wonderful country/farmhouse/industrial farmhouse (that idea is creepy! Who wants to live on an industrial farm, lol?) looks nothing like my childhood home. We had pine cabinets that my dad made, with those old black handles, and that multicolor/ mostly red linopteum on the floors, and on the counter tops, with modern (then) aluminum trim. When I was young we had a hand pump at the old deep sink, and before my father replaced the upstairs chicken brooder room with plumbing, we had our baths in a big tin tub with water heated on the new modern electric stove. My sisters and I shared the water, lol. Our water came by a pump that quit every year just when school began, so I had to get washed up in my next door uncles pond…full of leeches. So we had salt shakers to get the leeches off, and Packers Pine Tar soap to shampoo and wash with. Our past is now so faked, commercialized, faked, I really appreciate how you have kept such an authentic home.