By Leslie Anne Wiggins for Architectural Digest.
Enjoy the homespun charm of AD's best rustic kitchens.
Locally sourced Aguayo tile paves the floor of designer Genevieve Faure's kitchen in the Dominican Republic.
A large central island topped in oak is the heart of the kitchen at aristocratic architect Benedikt Bolza's family home in Umbria, Italy.
Large kitchen windows provide a view of surrounding farmland at a family's barn-style house on Martha's Vineyard, in Massachusetts.
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.
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.
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.
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A 19th-century Welsh dresser holds dishes passed down through generations in the kitchen of music consultant Andrea Anson's New York City townhouse.
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.
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.
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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