When it comes to beautiful and modern redesigns with a bit of country flair, everyone knows that Joanna Gaines is the go-to expert. Her designs on Fixer Upper always reflects that, but we particularly love her dreamy, country-chic kitchens. Bright, light and full of character, here are just a few of her creations that we’re positively coveting.
We love the streetlamp-inspired design of these lights, especially when paired with the wood and dark green paint. Add in some exposed shelves and the glass doors, and this is a bright and open space we’d love to hang out in. Thinking of switching up your kitchen lighting? Check out these 10 statement lighting styles that will transform your kitchen in a snap.
A traditional country colour, blue and all blue hues are usually a safe bet when coming up with a country colour scheme. Here a deep teal-blue paired with soft wood and gleaming white to give the fullest impact.
Various shades of white combine to make this space feel open and bright. Add in pops of soft green and interesting pieces like the clock over the hood, and you’ve got a feminine kitchen you’d easily expect to find on a movie set.
One part cabin, one part country, this wall is a statement piece. Add in modern shelves with exposed pieces of china and beautiful white cabinetry, and this is the perfect mix of rustic and chic.
We love an oversized farmhouse sink in any circumstance, but this amazing wood offering built into a centre island is positively gorgeous — not to mention completely modern.
Soft cream cabinetry adds a soft, country finish to any kitchen, but here it’s offset by dark countertops and unique light fixtures that add an outdoor element to the room.
Into the Woods
We can’t stop staring at these unique bar stools that offset the gorgeous island, but we equally love the soft wood cabinets and pretty green finishes.
A brick facade can look tired and dated, but when paired with modern upgrades like these stainless steel appliances and the light fixtures, they add the right amount of country charm.
We love this unique look: the worn wood and soft greys pair perfectly as the two separate islands create plenty of extra seating. The result? A warm and spacious effect in a kitchen to die for.
The gorgeous exposed wood on the ceiling draws the eye and creates a barn-like feel. Meanwhile the modern fixtures and updated cabinetry bring the look into a modern era.
Here the exposed beams in the ceiling work to create an even cozier but barn-like effect thanks to their triangular shape. The look is then balanced out thanks to the warm blue finishes on the island and hood.
Floor to Ceiling Finishes
This kitchen only features one exposed beam, but it’s enough to add a country touch to the more modern, floor-to-ceiling cupboards and overhead fixtures.
This barnyard ceiling ties in beautifully with the island and floors, but is broken up with soft greys and a rich trim. A gorgeous farm house sink and modern appliances complete the look.
White, Wood and Blue
The rich blue of the island and cupboards adds depth to this otherwise gleaming white kitchen, while the wooden shelves and lighter counter tops help soften the overall effect.
Old Fashioned White
These sparkling white cabinets and island are clean, bright and automatically give the space a modern feel. Add in soft grey walls and darker counter tops to bring the look back to the country.
We love these bold light fixtures and the wood trim on the picture window. Those, coupled with the shiplap finish on the cupboards, give this kitchen an updated country vibe we completely covet.
A Room to Ship
Of course anything Joanna Gaines designs is infinitely better with shiplap, as this kitchen proves. Between the finish on the wall and on the island, it’s a subtle but pretty addition to the space that really makes it stand apart from other country-inspired kitchens everywhere.