10 Inspiring Rustic Kitchens

04/02/2015 11:25 am ET | Updated Jun 02, 2015

By Leslie Anne Wiggins for Architectural Digest.

Enjoy the homespun charm of AD's best rustic kitchens.


(photo: Oberto Gili)

Locally sourced Aguayo tile paves the floor of designer Genevieve Faure's kitchen in the Dominican Republic.


(photo: Simon Watson)

A large central island topped in oak is the heart of the kitchen at aristocratic architect Benedikt Bolza's family home in Umbria, Italy.


(photo: Nikolas Koenig)

Large kitchen windows provide a view of surrounding farmland at a family's barn-style house on Martha's Vineyard, in Massachusetts.


(photo: Oberto Gili)

Neapolitan majolica tiles sheathe the kitchen of a Studio Peregalli-designed apartment in Naples, Italy. Next to the crockery cabinet, a pair of English oak chairs are grouped with a circa-1800 Swedish breakfast table.


(photo: Oberto Gili)

The vaulted basement at the Easton Neston estate in Northamptonshire, England, was restored by architect Ptolemy Dean and now serves as the home's primary kitchen.


(photo: Jaime Ardiles-Arce)

Preservation architect Joseph Pell Lombardi updated the kitchen of his medieval French home, Château du Sailhant, installing a range by La Cornue. The copper pots and pans are from the 19th century.


(photo: Pieter Estersohn)

A 19th-century Welsh dresser holds dishes passed down through generations in the kitchen of music consultant Andrea Anson's New York City townhouse.


(photo: Pascal Chevallier)

A La Cornue range and hood in black and gold adds chic sophistication to the simple kitchen of Pierre Bergé's Russian-style vacation home in Normandy, France.


(photo: Oberto Gili)

An antique tin chandelier adds a fanciful element to the classic kitchen of Villa Cetinale, British musician Ned Lambton's vacation home in Tuscany, Italy.


(photo: Benjamin Benschneider)

Pendant lights by Tom Dixon hang over a sleek island in the kitchen of an Olson Kundig Architects-designed vacation home in Washington's Cascade Range. The ceiling is lined with reclaimed corral boards, and the red chairs are by Moooi.

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