Old World Tuscan Kitchen


We learn much about many kinds of kitchen design in the previous articles, from the minimalist kitchen design until contemporary kitchen design and also traditional kitchen design. There are many kinds of traditional kitchen designs and one of them is old world tuscan kitchen. Tuscany is coming with the influence of Mediterranean and the Renaissance, also rustic style. This kind of kitchen style is very rich for your inspiration in designing the kitchen design, beside it also has warm and colorful touch of the design. Then, TTusacan kitchen design also has nice texture that become the key of the nuqueness of the kitchen. Here, you do not need to spend much budget to paint the kitchen design since you could have some sea sponge and create the old world charm with faux-finish paint and it would make you reach the old world tuscan kitchen.

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Some Points in Designing the Tuscan Kitchen

There are some points that actually needed to be considered. The first thing is that about the color. In getting the sense of Tuscan kitchen style, you could use rich gold, earth tones or the tone of the sea. These kinds of colors should be used in making up the wall of your kitchen design.  Beside that about the material matter for decorating the flooring design, you could use stone, slate, granite, terracotta that would make the kitchen has Tuscan style.

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Tuscan Kitchen Decoration

Tuscan Kitchen Decoration

Another thing that you should consider here is about the lighting design. As being explained in some articles before that lighting design always has great effect to the interior design. Since, this kind of kitchen is old kitchen, you need to have old world lighting, such as wrought iron lighting. Beside that, you could also add the accessories in your old World Tuscan kitchen by having old pottery bowls, peppers, grapevines, greenery, decorative jars of oil, and others.

Classic tuscan style kitchens

Classic Tuscan style kitchens

Tuscan kitchen Style

Tuscan kitchen Style

Beside that, do not forget to consider about the kitchen cabinet design since it would be the central point or focal point of your kitchen.Since you have Old world Tuscan kitchen, by having the combination between wooden material and granite material as the cover of the cabinet would be great idea.

Then, By having Tuscan kitchen style, you could also add the window decoration to your kitchen since it would help you in maintaining the light when it is in the day break. Then, by adding the glass window, it would also help you in saving the electricity bill since the light of the kitchen would come through from the window.

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62 thoughts on “Old World Tuscan Kitchen

  1. Rowan

    I struggled with this too. Had cats and multiple dogs that shed amounts of fur twice a year. A gnarly Harris tweed would probably the hair. LOL NOT fun to sit on. Went with a medium grey flannel. Best ever for not showing hair. Add your color with paint, pillows, art work.

  2. Rocco Malaki I.

    The washroom mosaic! So blissful to oblige with information. Rachael took an photo, it looks in life but nothing as expedient as it looks in the picture.I worked on the initial with an artist/muralist here in DC — Jarrett Ferrier. I had been obsessing over advertisements for bathing and bathroom products as I was working with our architect on the master-bathroom renovation, and so this was designed to it could been a 1910s or 1920s magazine ad for a soap called “Kleen” — we made up the name. Based on my imagined Kleen soap, the elements I wanted in the — soap bar, hand, washcloth, bubbles — and some examples of ads from the period, Jarrett came up with the and did all the mosaic work in glass tiles.The installation was done separately by a tile guy, Davis Holland Leichsenring of Holland Tile, and his crew.Our architect was Alan Batson, such a talented man and he was with decisions on many of the fits and finishes.Our master carpenter was Farrie, and he did work that really brought the whole renovation to life. Along with the team at Ideal Tile, our general contractors.

  3. Nyla.Madilynn.Joelle

    I the Weeks Campire Votive and if you a tea light, the branch will accumulate from soot. Best with a LED tea light, which is what is pictured.For evenings outdoors we the Ikea Diod glasses. The cased white glass glows perfectly and they are cheap:

  4. Phillip Q.

    My dad was a professional chef and restaurant owner for of his life and he cooks up a storm at home. I picked up his admire for food, but also his astonishing ability to up the cooking mess *as* he cooked so that when he was finished, there would be only one dirty pan left with the rest of the kitchen perfectly clean.

  5. Aviana Dalary

    Rejuvenate Floor Restorer!!! You can a bottle at any dwelling Depot, Lowes or Menards. We wood floors that discover stripped every time that I them. Rejuvinate works wonders! Inexpensive and easy to apply. Leaves the floors looking new.

  6. Justice-1999

    textiles is right! Greys always in hues – its difficult to a grey that is a blend of and white without a color hue mixed in.I had a fireplace with tile surround that was vaguely brick-ish colored, mottled whatever. I tried to a grey to color the wall it, and eventually chose a grey that has a subtle green background (not warm, not but midway) and it made both the wall and the tile fabulous.So with grey, I recommend looking at a color wheel, then picking the one with the subtle hue that is basically of the wall but also has a similar value (the same level of darkness/lightness). By the way, ALWAYS a color wheel; it is the best ever resource for choosing colors!

  7. Johnny S.

    I the looks of these (especially pheasants, pop of pretty, and the door) and am fond of the ones my mother has displayed in her house (botanicals in the kitchen, and blue-and-white in a mostly-white bedroom). The nearby articulate rumbling by a couple of times per day causes them all to on the walls.But then, when my grandmother was starting to out her belongings before appealing to a retirement community, I was the grandchild who asked for the spoon rack. So I must absorb a high tolerance for that sort of thing.

  8. Caroline X.

    as an urban planner, I really the satellite map. Kitchen could be better defined (the wooden kitchen cart seems overwhelmed by the dim of the kitchen wall and the rest of the room).I the spontanaity of a work always in as the furniture on wheels seems to show.Bugs are fine, but if you are gonna that route, why not stronger.The apartment I am building out now will absorb a floor that seems similar (concretey with a white polished industrial paint) and I hope it looks as nice.

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