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Get Inspired For Spring With This Dreamy, Rustic, White Kitchen

Becky at Buckets of Burlap shared these inspiring photos of her absolutely dreamy rustic white kitchen. If you love white interiors, you’re in for a treat.


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How would you describe your style?

“I describe my style as ‘Vintage Country Farmhouse.’  I love the simplicity of country living.”


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Can you tell us more about how you changed your countertops?

“We installed butcher block countertops last year when we did a kitchen remodel.  However, I wanted to tone down all of the different wood tones. So, we painted the countertops in VALSPAR kitchen & bath enamel Bistro White and finished with Polycrylic in clear satin.”


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We’re in love with your farmhouse sink. Did this come original to the home or did you add it?

“The Whitehaus farm sink was added last year during our kitchen remodel. It is one of my favorite additions.”


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What are some of your favorite pieces in your kitchen?

“My husband and I designed our kitchen. Some of our favorite pieces (built by my husband)are the custom barnwood vent hood and farm table. However, the vintage island (found at a flea market) is our most loved and used piece in the kitchen.”


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How did you decide on an all-white kitchen?

“An all-white kitchen is perfect for our small space. Different tones of white help this space seem a bit larger. The white walls and countertops are a perfect contrast to the barnwood vent hood and hard wood floors.”

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All photos courtesy Buckets of Burlap

I adore white kitchens. I’m itching to redo our kitchen (poorly painted black cabinets, old off-white tile counters) with lovely white cabinets. Hopefully in the near future:)

very clean and inviting; gives me motivation to re-do my log house kitchen which is ALL oak cabnetry now. At my age though this would be a huge undertaking but the results would be lovely.

Love the island that was created in the kitchen. I’ve created an island in a former kitchen of mine. Made it with a hutch base that sort of looked like a dresser. Primed, painted and distressed it. Then, found a few vintage planks of barn wood and sanded them down. Finished it off with some stain and sealant. I used construction adhesive to secure it to the dresser base and it was the perfect kitchen island at that time.

Thank you, Pottery Barn for featuring our kitchen here on your blog! It was a pleasure to work with you…and I really appreciate all of the sweet comments about our kitchen.
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oh I love the way you did the kitchen, my kitchen is so tiny I live in a single wide older mobile home (67-68) which living room and kitchen is one. not enough counter space or enough cabinets.

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