One thing we love about laminate is the wide range of styles! Another thing we love is how a white kitchen can be uniquely styled. Synonymous with a country or farmhouse style, white kitchens can be transformed by adding touches such as curtains, lighting, accents and flooring! Thanks to our amazing customers from all over the USA, we have a list of 5 laminates perfect for a unique farmhouse kitchen. Trust me when I say that each of these bring their own style to the [kitchen] table!
1. Natural and Subtle – Quick-Step Reclaime Malted Tawny Oak Laminate
These kitchens, submitted by our friends at All About Home Design, use the subtle, natural Malted Tawny Oak laminate that allows for creative styling without over-doing the look.
This first kitchen uses reclaimed wood beams and interesting lighting to accent the rustic feel of the paneled ceilings and white cabinets.
For this farmhouse look, the designer at All About Home Designs used pops of colors to add interest ad contrast. We’re loving the open, light airy feel this kitchen has.
2. Adding Major Style – Armstrong Architectural Remnants Global Reclaim Worldly Hue
Using the flooring as the main focal point and mirroring the reclaimed look on the ceiling, this kitchen only needed a few accents to bring out the rustic charm! This is a room scene from our Armstrong manufacturer (not from a customer), but I definitely would LOVE to recreate this look.
3. Keeping it Traditional – Quick-Step Reclaime Heathered Oak Laminate
Tying in the brown and teal color scheme, this flooring from customer Kim B. at Color is Good, Inc. adds style and texture without being over bearing. This kitchen is a great example of how a little details, such as paint colors and curtains, go a long way to make a kitchen look high-end!
4. Totally Country – Classen Fresco
This shabby chic style from Mary Beth L. adds personality to this white kitchen, while adding the country feel. How fabulous are these butcher block counter tops?
5. Good for the Whole Family – Kronoswiss Silverado Grey
Coordinating with the paint color and counter tops, Robin C. used Silverado Grey to give that farmhouse feel with the natural textures and beveled edges. We love her country accents with the sugar cannisters and window valence.
Which of these styles is your favorite?
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