Remodelaholic | Get This Look: Two-Tone Modern Farmhouse Kitchen

Remodelaholic | Get This Look: Two-Tone Modern Farmhouse Kitchen

Mixed metals is a home decor trend that isn’t going away anytime soon. In fact, this gorgeous two-tone modern farmhouse is a great example of why using two different metal finishes works so well. Black and gold–a tried and true combo–provide warm, eye-catching accents in the otherwise neutral kitchen.

You’ll find black and gold elements on the light fixtures, cabinet hardware, and even the kitchen island stools. The two-tone look is further emphasized by the contrasting white upper cabinets and wood finish lower cabinets. This farmhouse kitchen has the perfect dose of rustic comfort with all the pros of modern design.

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Today’s two-tone kitchen masterpiece is from this fantastic farmhouse-style home built by Millhaven Homes and designed by Four Chairs Furniture & Design, featured in the 2018 Utah Valley Parade of Homes. See more in the home tour here. 

Ready to transform your space into a two-tone modern farmhouse kitchen? Find out how to ‘Get This Look’ with our six design tips and decor shopping picks below!

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How to Create a Two-Tone Modern Farmhouse Kitchen

1. Hang two sets of pendant lights with different metal finishes

Choosing light fixtures in two different metal finishes is key to creating the two-tone look. Whether you choose to go with black and gold or chrome and copper, pair like pendants together as seen here. This helps create flow and balance.

2. Enhance the two-tone look with contrasting upper and lower cabinets

Having contrasting upper and lower cabinets is an simple design strategy to keep your kitchen feeling fresh and modern. Here the white upper cabinets and wood finish lower cabinets further enhance the two-tone look.

3. Adorn your kitchen island with simple, functional decor

Maximize your kitchen island space with simple, functional decor items like a wooden tray, large white vase, and small succulent potted plant. Use the tray to corral your decorative items and the vase to hold kitchen utensils or freshly cut blooms.

4. Add modern details with metal counter stools

Add modern details to your farmhouse kitchen with metal counter stools. Bonus points if your stools have two contrasting metal finishes to keep the two-tone design consistent.

5. Find an affordable Persian style rug runner

You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars to get the look of a Persian style rug.  Overstock.com has a variety of affordable, quality rug runner options that won’t break the bank. Check out our picks below!

6. Select a black kitchen faucet to go with an apron sink

A black matte kitchen faucet paired with a traditional apron sink is the perfect example of modern farmhouse style. Black adds edginess to the other white and wood-finishes while contrasting well with the subtle hints of gold found throughout the space.

Our Two-Tone Farmhouse Kitchen Shopping Picks

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Cassity started Remodelaholic with her husband, Justin, to share their love for knocking out walls together. Since then, Remodelaholic has become a great community and resource for all those wanting to know how to make their builder-grade home BEAUTIFUL on a budget!

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