It's just amazing, fashion is so cyclical, including designer fashion. What they said goodbye, it would seem, forever, because it is outdated, quickly finds its way back to the list of the most current trends. What can we do with human nature - people hate monotony and crave for constant change. Stone walls fit perfectly into the category of design elements, who after a break have returned to the top steps of the pedestal of popularity.
Not so long ago, everyone was striving for impeccably smooth surfaces and ultra-modern finishes, but today they prefer contrasting textures and originality of interior design. Industrial style has become commonplace, and stone walls have moved from the street to stunning bathrooms and cozy bedrooms.
Today we will see 30 magnificent kitchens that amaze with the rustic charm of their stone walls, making it easy to combine modern ergonomics and multifaceted aesthetics. Neither the style of space nor its color scheme is a hindrance, since designers have found ways to fit a stone wall into the interior of a wide variety of kitchens. Take a cup of your favorite drink, relax and enjoy!
We begin with the most unexpected option - a combination of a stone wall with a modern interior design style. This merger is capable of turning heads, creating a fascinating, attention-focusing center in the most ordinary kitchen. You can bring a stone wall into an already formed modern interior - it will simply create a contrast accent. But the kitchen with existing stone walls can be turned into a real masterpiece, which is equally achievable with the help of an interesting island table, properly selected furniture and modern lighting.
An amazing kitchen with curved walls, an island table with a curved wall and a sliding glass roof (from CCD Architects).
The shade of natural stone is in perfect harmony with the gray color of the vaulted ceiling (from Stuart Silk Architects).
The stone wall connects the kitchen and pool located next to the house (from Rodrigues Bodycoat Architects) into a single ensemble.
The unusual design of this kitchen visually destroys the barrier that separates the interior of the room from the vast expanses of sun and fresh wind blown from Colin Cadle Photography.
In this kitchen, an island table in white and modern kitchen furniture is perfectly combined with the charming background of a brick wall (from Zone 4 Architects).
A sleek modern kitchen with excellent lighting and a stone wall accent (from By Design / Dave Adams Photography).
When you think about the possible options for finishing stone with a kitchen, the first thing that comes to your mind is the country style. In such kitchens, the stone wall is an accentuating addition to the natural background, it reinforces, emphasizes the already formed style of space. Stone walls with a rough finish and deliberately inaccurate masonry match the rustic style well, while the kitchen greatly benefits from the background in warm colors. The right choice of a stone is very important, since the latter not only dictates the style and color scheme of the kitchen, but also determines how dark or bright the whole space will look.
A delightful kitchen with fireplace, purple cabinets and stone walls (from Locati Architects).
A farm-style kitchen with a stone wall and a stove by La Cornue (from Squarespace).
Textured limestone walls create an atmosphere of calm in this kitchen, inherent in living in a country house (from Walker Warner Architects).
A classic European-style kitchen with unique stone walls and limestone floor (from Minion Gutierrez).
Wood and stone is a duet, which is a win-win option for a kitchen in a country house. The mood in the kitchen is likely to be created by wooden cabinets, an island table, bar stools and open shelves, rather than the background of a stone wall in itself. As a rule, the darker the natural stone you choose, the lighter the adjacent wooden elements should be, which will ensure the perfect balance!
A non-standard combination of two different types of stones can create a unique and, most importantly, a very attractive kitchen (from Hendel Homes).
A small kitchen with stone walls and wooden ceiling beams (from Archer. Buchanan Architecture).
The mountain hut inspired designers to create this kitchen with stone walls (from Montana Reclaimed Lumber).
The stone wall gave this modern kitchen a charm of antiquity (from Cedarstone Homes Limited).
Country cuisine: everything about the stone! (from Andersson-Wise Architects).
Wood and stone in the interior of the kitchen create an atmosphere of warmth and comfort (from JLF Associates / Kevin Perrenoud Photography).
Naked ceiling beams, tones of dark wood, adjacent to warm, cozy shades, and, of course, a lot of texture ... Mediterranean cuisine is a whole world that attracts you with its magnetism. Beautiful Mediterranean cuisine with stone walls is an ideal area for a relaxing family holiday, where you can escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, relax and, of course, compete with your household in eating a tasty dinner!
In this classic style In every sense of the word, stone walls fit perfectly, and this option has recently become the most frequent choice of homeowners who want their kitchen to look exotic after renovation, but at the same time elegantly.
The black stove and the steel extractor are a spectacular point of focus (from Cooper Pacific Kitchens).
The ceiling in the form of several brick semi-cylindrical vaults attracts the most attention in this kitchen (from Godden Sudik Architects).
Mediterranean cuisine with a refined backdrop in the form of a stone wall (from Pyramid Builders).
Modern Mediterranean cuisine with an arched window and stone walls (from DuCharme Architecture).
French stone creates a cozy atmosphere in this Mediterranean kitchen (from GDC Construction).
The magnificent Mediterranean cuisine fits well with the overall atmosphere of this stone house (from FGY Architects / Bernardo Grijalva Photography).
Using only one stone wall as an accent element allows you to enjoy the grace of the stone without disturbing the modern atmosphere of the room too much. Those who did not dare to build a wall of natural stone, can resort to a much cheaper alternative - to finish the kitchen with decorative stone.
An example of a creative approach to using a stone wall in a modern white kitchen (from Jamie Falla Architecture).
The spectacular cuisine combines traditional and modern (from Bravo Interior Design).
Custom kitchen design with open stone elements and a small work space (from Colin Cadle Photography).
The original industrial-style kitchen: stone wall and marble countertops (from Jarrett Design).
The unusual masonry for the kitchen turned this house, converted from an old stable, into a rather modern dwelling (from Studio Mark Ruthven).
A stone with brown and black splashes draws attention to the wall in this small kitchen (from Grainda Builders).
A stone wall in the color of telluric gold adds to the natural-rough beauty of this modern industrial-style kitchen (from Spot Design).