The kitchen interior design in the Tuscan style is for you if you like cooking with earthy tones that are warm and rich in colour, as well as rustic, Old World Mediterranean furniture. You have arrived at the right location if you are seeking a decorative look that is quite similar to the architecture and design associated with the Southwestern style.

Despite Tuscany’s proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, the architecture of buildings in the Tuscan style sometimes reveals rural French and Spanish influences in addition to those of Italy. It is possible to observe aspects of both the ancient Etruscan civilisation and the Renaissance period that occurred throughout the Middle Ages.

Natural influences on the landscape of the Mediterranean include cypress and olive trees, grapes grown in the various wine vineyards, golden and juicy pears, and the wonderful fragrances and colours of flowering plants such as jasmine, rosemary, and bougainvillaea. Other natural factors include the climate, which is typically warm and dry.

The Colour

The colours used in a Tuscan-style design will be earthy and rustic, just like the climate in Tuscany, which is the Mediterranean. Terra-cotta clay, which has a brownish-orange colour, and the walls of older buildings, which have a soft, milky colour, are also wonderful places to begin. The tall, regal cypress trees that line rural roads in Tuscany, the foliage and fruit of olive trees and the wine vines are all represented by various colours of green. This painting perfectly captures the vibrant colours of a sunflower field in Tuscany, the delicious fruit that hangs from a lemon tree, and the warm rays of the setting Tuscan sun. The colour cobalt blue is associated with the ocean and the sky, and the colour burgundy brings to mind fine wines.

Important Tuscan Elements

Choose a colour palette inspired by Tuscany for the walls of your kitchen. The use of colour washing, lime washing, and hand-troweled textures creates an effect that is reminiscent of the stucco and worn plaster walls found in authentic Tuscan structures. Plaster mouldings with traditionally fashioned motifs lend an air of refinement while also providing a sense of clarity. You have the option of finishing these components more straightforwardly, in addition to the possibility of emphasising certain aspects of them with gold leaf. There are a wide variety of natural stone species that may be fashioned into worktops and floors in a variety of settings. Backsplashes in kitchens and fountains on patios and other outdoor spaces frequently use hand-painted tiles. Adding ceiling medallions to a Tuscan-styled room is as easy as mounting them on the ceiling above the light fittings or making use of them to spruce up an otherwise uninteresting area. Traditional ceilings in Tuscany are often adorned with dark wooden beams, which provide a striking visual contrast to the white plaster walls. Painted patterns, such as clouds or angels, are a popular choice for adorning the ceilings of public spaces like foyers and dining rooms.

Furnishings and Décor

Rustic Tuscan kitchen decor, such as a wrought iron hanging pot rack with copper pots and pans, little terra-cotta pots filled with herbs like basil, rosemary, and oregano or two huge terra-cotta planters with a lemon tree and bougainvillaea, will go nicely with stained wood cabinets. Ceramic bottles of olive oil, wine racks, weaved strands of garlic, and vegetable baskets overflowing with fresh produce are just the appropriate culinary touches. Stainless steel appliances, copper range hoods, and Tuscan art-themed appliance covers are all possibilities in a modern Tuscan-style kitchen. Lighting solutions such as counter lighting, recessed ceiling lights, skylights, or hanging pendant lights can be used to imitate the brilliant Mediterranean sunshine in your kitchen if you have a lack of natural light.

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