Okay, technically not furniture, but your French country kitchen isn’t complete without hanging pots and pans, specifically copper. Nothing quite says working, country kitchen like hanging ladles and pots. Natural, weathered style is another telltale sign of a European kitchen and real copper pots develop a gorgeous patina over time.
It is not very common to have floor-to-ceiling cabinets in a French country kitchen as you would in America. In fact, most French-style kitchens have no uppers and are left bare, besides a beautiful stone or tile backsplash, open shelving, and a statement range hood, of course. A typical French kitchen usually features a statement range hood, usually made out of wood, plaster, or limestone. For a contrasting statement and modern touch, you could go with copper.
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