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Trending on Remodelista: Everything You Need for a Modern Farmhouse-Style Kitchen

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Trending on Remodelista: Everything You Need for a Modern Farmhouse-Style Kitchen

May 24, 2019

This week, the Remodelista editors showed readers the elements of a modern farmhouse-style kitchen—elegant black benches, classic soapstone counters, simple peg rails, and more.

1. Soapstone Counters

There&#8\2\17;s no question soapstone counters and farmhouse kitchens go hand-in-hand, but are they worth it? Fan weighs in on the pros and cons of the natural stone in Soapstone Counters: Are They Worth It? Photograph by Justine Hand, from Kitchen of the Week: Hudson Valley Farmhouse Kitchen Reborn.
Above: There’s no question soapstone counters and farmhouse kitchens go hand-in-hand, but are they worth it? Fan weighs in on the pros and cons of the natural stone in Soapstone Counters: Are They Worth It? Photograph by Justine Hand, from Kitchen of the Week: Hudson Valley Farmhouse Kitchen Reborn.

2. Peg Rails

Above: Designer Katie Hackworth used Home Depot peg rails and painted them to match the walls in this breath-of-fresh-air Seattle kitchen. Photographs by Aran Goyoaga, from Kitchen of the Week: Seattle Cookbook Author Aran Goyoaga’s Under-Budget Kitchen Remodel.

3. Black Benches

Alexa rounds up the most chic black benches she could find, like this one by Moving Mountains, in \10 Easy Pieces: Modern Black Farmhouse Benches.
Above: Alexa rounds up the most chic black benches she could find, like this one by Moving Mountains, in 10 Easy Pieces: Modern Black Farmhouse Benches.

4. Bridge Faucets

A classic, the bridge faucet is both understated and statement-making. Here it is (this one is from Waterworks) in the weekend home of architect Rafe Churchill. See the rest of the gorgeous space in A Renovated Farmhouse in Bedford, NY, with Scandinavian Influences. Photograph by Amanda Kirkpatrick, courtesy of Rafe Churchill; styling by Anna Molvik.
Above: A classic, the bridge faucet is both understated and statement-making. Here it is (this one is from Waterworks) in the weekend home of architect Rafe Churchill. See the rest of the gorgeous space in A Renovated Farmhouse in Bedford, NY, with Scandinavian Influences. Photograph by Amanda Kirkpatrick, courtesy of Rafe Churchill; styling by Anna Molvik.

5. Weathered Flatware

&#8\2\20;I’m told that someday I’ll inherit my parents’ wedding silver,&#8\2\2\1; writes Annie. &#8\2\20;Until then, I’m admiring this artfully pre-distressed flatware .&#8\2\2\1; Read more in Object of Desire: Artful (and Affordable) Pre-Distressed Flatware.
Above: “I’m told that someday I’ll inherit my parents’ wedding silver,” writes Annie. “Until then, I’m admiring this artfully pre-distressed flatware [by Italian company KnIndustrie].” Read more in Object of Desire: Artful (and Affordable) Pre-Distressed Flatware.

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