3) Wood Countertops
Nothing says farmhouse quite like butcher block or wood countertops.
The warm patina creates a glow and texture within your kitchen that other
types of countertops cannot offer.
In the past, wood countertops were very expensive, and considered even
out-of-date at one point. But, the fascination with Farmhouse-Style has
seen an increase in wood countertops.
In my own kitchen, I have enjoyed wood countertops for about five years.
Put in as temporary countertops that would “make do” for a few weeks
(I had a wedding taking place in my backyard)…I fell in love with the look
and the versatility and ended up keeping them.
The “wear and tear” of these countertops only adds to the beauty of them,
in my opinion.