Today’s Romantic Country French Kitchen Design Inspiration will inspire French kitchen design plans as well as kitchen decor upgrades for traditional kitchens. While this may be a white kitchen in the spotlight, the overall mood is warm, timeless, and nurturing. You’ll find Old World style as well as rustic elegant kitchen design elements designer/owner Brit Jones chose for her own home. Plus, also score shopping resources to GET THE LOOK.
Quiet grandeur is within reach when the mix is this timeless and tranquil!
We recently toured this entire new build Country French home in Texas with interiors by Brit Jones and also took a closer look at the design details and resources for its sumptuous bedrooms HERE.
Romantic Country French Kitchen Design Inspiration!
Architect: 17 Services; Interior Design: Brit Jones Design; Builder: Scott Lane Homes.
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Reclaimed Chicago Brick
There’s something romantic as well as sensible about incorporating reclaimed materials in new projects. This Chicago girl happens to love the rosy tones of Chicago brick, and the material plays a starring role in this French kitchen.
Wait until you see the magic that happens when copper accents are paired with the material!
I also appreciate how the designer had the forethought to snap photos of the kitchen while it was under construction. It is always helpful to see the process!
For example, here’s the reclaimed Chicago brick before the mortar.
The brick was also used as a design element for flooring and accents.
The Chicago brick was also used as a backsplash and continued to the ceiling on the sink wall…dramatic and certainly a source of glowing warmth!
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Custom Cast Stone Vent Hood
To create this magnificent custom cast stone vent hood on site, the material was sprayed on.
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Rustic Lantern Pendants
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Fresh Greenery
Here’s a kitchen decorating idea I need to apply much more in my own home.
Truly there’s nothing like living with very much alive plants and greenery flourishing in the kitchen.
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Rustic Wood Beams and Flooring
While you may rightly refer to this Country French kitchen as a ‘white kitchen,’ you can’t miss all of the rugged wood that keeps it from crossing over into froufrou land.
See it where you look up, look down, and sit down!
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Honed Arabescato Marble
Country French Design Ideas: Pastel Accent Colors
It is a kitchen which seems perfectly suited for quiet, faded, timeworn accent colors such as blush and aqua. The rosy hue of the brick is repeated pleasingly in soft pink whispers.
Aren’t the tones in this runner lovely?
Here’s a rug in a similar spirit:
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: French Inspired Faucets
Details! Details! That Copper Touch!
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Antiqued Hardware
Country French Design Ideas: Copper Cookware
Country French Kitchen Design Ideas: Quietly Timeless Color Palette
Paint Colors in Country French Kitchen & Laundry Room
Additionally, the paint color on walls and cabinetry in this kitchen is SHERWIN WILLIAMS Alabaster.
Alabaster was also used in this beautiful home’s butler pantry/coffee room, along with Sherwin Williams Uncertain Gray for trim.
How sweet is this little gem of a space off the kitchen which could function for any number of purposes beyond storage?
I’m thinking I’d love a wee little office with a door, tucked away near the kitchen.
Country French Design Ideas: Laundry Room
Had to share peeks of this laundry room in this home since it truly illustrates the beauty of that reclaimed Chicago brick used as flooring.
In addition, be sure to visit the story below if you care to be inspired by this home’s bedrooms!
Isn’t this an enchanting kitchen and home!?!
French Country Home Tour
The beautiful brick in this kitchen reminded me of a charming wall in an apartment tour here:
For beautiful Country French decor inspiration with cool tones of blue and green, also SEE THIS.
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SW Alabaster certainly seems to be a well-used paint color. I like it! And only one word to describe the entire scenes you’ve shown: Lovely! <3
So happy you enjoyed! I need to devote an entire post to Alabaster for sure! Wildly popular. 🙂
Please let me know the color of the exterior paint. Just the color i’m Looking for.
It’s actually not painted. The home is brick and covered with hand applied stucco (called a brick slurry) in a custom tan. The color looks similar to Sherwin-Williams Alabaster or Benjamin Moore White Sand. You might try samples of those. 🙂
What is the product used to create the cast stone hood. Says it is sprayed on?
Isn’t that interesting? You may get an answer by messaging the designer, Brit Jones via instagram: https://instagram.com/britjonesdesign
I was wondering what roofing manufacturer and color you chose. It’s stunning.
This home belongs to its designer, Brit Jones Interiors – and you may be able to get an answer by messaging her on IG. There should be a link in the post’s first paragraph to her contact info. 🙂
This is the MOST BEAUTIFUL site I have ever seen! And, truly God inspired! Keep up the good work. Love it!
So happy to have you here – thank you so much! 🙂
Hello what type of vent hood was purchased to go under the cast.
This kitchen was designed by Brit Jones, and you might be able to message her on IG to ask about it since this was her former home.
Michelle thanks for sharing! I really enjoy all your posts and pictures!!
My name is Mariana and I live in Buenos Aires, Argentina
So wonderful to hear from you and have you here, Mariana. I hope you’ll visit often and soak up more inspiration. Wishing you peace across the miles!
I’m trying to recreate this kitchen. Can you tell me What was used on the brick to give it the whitish effect
It appears to be over-mortared where excess mortar is used to schmear it for an Old World look.