In my humble opinion, European kitchens are the most appealing due to their earthy, organic style. When you see one in a magazine, you just feel like the food prepared in it is going to taste better. Today we’re looking specifically at the French kitchen style and how you can accessorize your own kitchen to get that European look. (This post contains affiliate links.)
French country kitchens are typically warm and inviting. They can feature gold, deep red, and olive tones, or they can have neutral tones with wood accents. You might see ceramic roosters, stone crocks, colored glass, or French textiles like old grain sacks for dish towels.
Unique oven hoods, metal baker’s racks, and copper pots are few of the staples you’ll find in European kitchens. Items are functional yet beautiful at the same time.
If you’d like to add a little old world French style to your kitchen, consider some of the following options, like this gorgeous baker’s rack.
I’m a huge fan of stone crocks and any of these from Elsie Green would look great in almost any kitchen.
If you like something a little more refined, consider these beautiful lion bowls.
I absolutely adore colored glass jars and these vintage green-aqua canning jars are definitely swoon worthy! They look especially pretty next to the oil painting and vintage flatware.
Every French kitchen should have at least one wooden bread board (or two or three).
And of course, you can’t go wrong with gorgeous copper pots and pans. Even Martha Stewart will agree!
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