Kitchen Design Ideas // Deconstructed Kitchens
We’ve been thinking a bit about our upcoming kitchen renovation while on our road trip, and one trend I love is deconstructed kitchens. I’m not sure if that’s the right term, but it’s what I call these simple, open, handcrafted kitchens. There’s a lot of warmth in these spaces. A lot of natural materials, neutral colors, and honed finishes. Traditional cabinets are optional but an airy feel is a must.
Kate Zimmerman Turpin via Camille Styles
All of these kitchens are welcoming, minimal, approachable and meant for making a mess in. Today I wanted to share a few of my favorite deconstructed kitchens with you.
Meg and Neil Thumpston’s Home via Homes to Love
Olivia Thebault via sfgirlbybay
This Old Hudson by Zio and Sons via Remodelista
Backyard studio of Erin Scott via Coco Kelley
Kitchen via zocohome IG
Sandy and Tim Palmer’s home via Country Style Magazine
They’re all so lovely, right?! And they’re all so unique too, but there are some similarities…
A few common design elements from these spaces: open cabinetry, furniture pieces, wood, vintage accessories, wire-hung pendants, handmade tiles, natural materials, and a simple color palette with lots of neutrals. I’d love to incorporate a few of these ideas into our Farmhouse kitchen renovation, although admittedly, our space will end up more ‘constructed’ than these.
I’d love to hear what you think about these spaces. Are you drawn to deconstructed kitchens or do you prefer a little bit more polish?