4 Rustic Country Kitchens Picked by Architectural Digest to Inspire

The rustic or French country kitchen remains one of the most popular kitchen styles to date.  The Architectural Digest roundup of top kitchen designs in this ever popular style can serve as fantastic inspiration for your own kitchen remodel. Here are our four favorites from the roundup.


Designed by architect Joseph Pell Lombardi and located in central France, this updated 19th-century kitchen features a La Cornue range, copper cookware decor and antique lantern pendants. 

Reclaimed wood, 18th-century French still life paintings and a 19th-century English-oak rack complete the look of this beautiful French country kitchen designed by Suzanne Kasler. 

 Remodeled by architect Peter Kurt Woerner, this 18th-century farmhouse kitchen features antique wood beams and a natural stone floor. 

This eclectic country kitchen designed by Ellen Denisevich-Grickis features a bold mix of new and old items and stunning bright yellow accents. 


Arkansas homeowners for the finishing touches to their rustic or French country kitchen can find antique furniture and other gorgeous 18th century and 19th century French and European antiques at French Quarters in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Call us at 866-414-6864 to learn more about our current inventory.



Photo Credits:
1) By Jaime Ardiles-Arce via AD
2) By Jeff Herr via AD
3) By Barbel Miebach via AD
4) By Richard Mandelkorn via AD

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