Lately I’ve given some thought to my diet and feel a need to get back in the kitchen to cook healthy meals. I love the act of cooking, but I don’t like the time it sometimes takes. A well-organized kitchen makes meal prep more efficient, and I found a beautiful farmhouse kitchen in a 1902 house that fills the bill! This beautiful kitchen and its photos are by Wengerkois Architecture + Build.
An industrial stove is a chef’s dream. This farmhouse kitchen has so many desirable elements. A custom range hood flanked by small windows adds character to this charming kitchen.
Wood beams lend a bit of rusticity in this mostly white kitchen. Shiplap walls and an apron sink reinforce its farmhouse appeal.
Custom cabinetry is beautiful in any kitchen, but it sometimes comes with a hefty price tag. If you can’t afford an entire kitchen with custom cabinets, consider having one standalone unit that becomes a focal point in the room.
A built-in banquette with a beautiful, wood table creates a cozy breakfast nook at the edge of the kitchen. I love the look of dark wood floors against light-colored walls and cabinets. It creates a bit of drama.
A cage-style pendant light gets a dose of whimsy with little clip-on birds.
On the other side of the farmhouse kitchen is a home office space. Glass-front cabinets add pretty storage space.
This kitchen has everything – including an adorable Dutch door leading out to the porch.
A pretty seating area takes up residence next to the breakfast nook. A convenient wine rack stands ready to serve.
Lots of stunning details in this farmhouse kitchen! Do you think white cabinets will ever go out of style?
What do you like most about this kitchen nestled in a 1902 house in New Jersey?