Rustic Lodge-Inspired Kitchen

Designer Heather Guss used handcrafted stonework, hardwood floors and purposeful lighting to create this lodge-inspired kitchen.
By: Caroline Shannon-Karasik
From: Heather Guss

An open, transitional design creates easy flow between the kitchen and dining areas.

A textured, cream-colored backsplash adds to the overall rustic design of the kitchen.

Patterned upholstery adds a splash of color to the neutral space, while an Arts & Crafts-style chandelier fits right in with the lodge-like design of the kitchen.

Finished wood floors were added throughout the transitional kitchen area.

Three pendant lights illuminate the kitchen island.

Convenient shelving is used to store decorative kitchen items.

The centerpiece of the kitchen is handcrafted stonework around the stove area.

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