Create an inviting kitchen in your home with the addition of stone walls, an organic, natural material that is a beautiful way to bring the outdoors inside. If you opt to use stone in your kitchen, it will help to bring rustic warmth to your space and an exquisite focal point. The use of natural stone in your design will help to bring texture and pattern while keeping a neutral color scheme.
Stone can be incorporated in a variety of design styles, keeping things simple yet bringing dimension and texture to your space. Below we have put together a collection of spectacular kitchens that feature the rustic charm of stone walls that brings the beauty of nature inside. Imaginative designers have found clever ways to add stone walls into a variety of kitchen styles. Below each image is further details and a link to each of the designers. Enjoy!
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1. Stone walls surround this beautiful kitchen that features a free-standing Subzero fridge/freezer and Wolf range. Tile flooring adds a touch of modernity to this rustic space. (via Sub-Zero and Wolf)
2. On the walls of this kitchen, the stone is old-world rubble stone, over grouted in buckskin color. The main countertops are CeasarStone – Misty Carrera 4141, while the island is Soapstone. An armoire style side by side 36″ Subzero Fridge and Freezer are concealed by custom panels. The stove hood insert is a 48″ Best (Broan) pro-style stainless insert with a remote blower. The bottom band is a custom precast stone, and above is a plaster finish on a wood frame. Approximately 64″ wide by 53″ high. The chandeliers were from Currey & Company. The floors are reclaimed, hand-scraped, wide plank, heart pine from Old Wood, LLC in Delaware. (via Pyramid Builders)
3. This beautiful kitchen in Westlake, Texas has a stone feature wall that brings an earthy touch among the pristine white. This kitchen uses Wood-Mode and Brookhaven Cabinetry. The dimensions are 23′ x 13′ with the island being approximately 10′ x 3′. A trend right now is to include the pantry in the cabinetry and not have a separate space. The countertops are statuary marble. The refrigerator hardware is from Top Knobs. The chandeliers are from the Crystorama Brentwood collection. The flooring is a tile from Arizona Tile called “Over Camel”. (via The Kitchen Source)
4. The stone feature wall of this Colorado kitchen is called Telluride Gold, quarried locally. The color range is all-natural. The cabinetry is select alder, meaning without knots, while the countertops are Natural Quartz. The hood is made of custom steel panels that interlock. The sleek counter stools came from Design Within Reach. (via Evoke Interiors)
5. This gorgeous farmhouse kitchen in Maryland features a stone wall framing the range. Soaring ceilings with exposed wood beams bring inviting warmth to this space. The hardwood flooring is antique, reclaimed, distressed, random wide width, white and red oak – from Cochran’s Lumber in Virginia. (via Pyramid Builders)
6. In this mountain home kitchen, the stone feature wall is a 5-6″ natural farmer’s stone veneer (with tones of brown and gray) on a wood-framed wall- for the insulation value. The stone is a custom blend of 4 types of field stone. The cabinets are a Bulthaup B3 cabinet system. The floor is a standard concrete floor that was poured in place with a smooth finish. Acid-based concrete coloring was then applied several times to get the desired color level and expansion joints were cut in the field, and then the slab was sealed. See the rest of this home here: Extraordinary modern-rustic home in Aspen by Zone 4 Architects. (via Zone 4 Architects)
7. The light stone wall in this kitchen adds a beautiful rustic aesthetic and contrasts nicely with the dark beams. See the rest of this breathtaking home here: Rustic French farmhouse with a contemporary twist in California. (via Fergus Garber Architects)
8. This kitchen is a mix of fabulous details and simple design solutions. Minimalist details allow the range to be the focal point of this space. The stone backsplash is a split face limestone, 1″ x 3″, sourced through Walker Zanger. The hood fan is a Vent-a-hood. The countertop is quartz, while the sink faucet is the Dornbracht “Tara”. The cabinets are a custom rift cut veneer. (via By Design)
9. This Mediterranean-style kitchen in San Diego, California features custom cabinets by Inplace studio, marble countertops, and reclaimed French stone. The backsplash is hand-painted tile. The hardware was purchased at San Diego Hardware. (via GDC Construction)
10. A stunning rustic modern kitchen features a stacked stone wall — 6″ x 24″ in Charcoal Rock Panels, sourced from NORSTONE. The fireplace is a Napolean LHD-50. A fireproof wall board was installed to handle the heat produced by the fireplace, approximately 6″ above the firebox. The wall paint color is White PM-2 | Benjamin Moore. The light fixtures above the island are called the PENELOPE by Robert Abbey. See the rest of this stunning home here: Seacoast rustic-modern dwelling in New England. (via Patty Kennedy Interiors)
11. This farmhouse-style kitchen features the beautiful incorporation of stacked stone next to the custom cabinetry. Another wall of stone next to the dining area surrounds a fireplace. See the rest of this inspiring home tour here: Picturesque Montana farmhouse with an attached barn. (via Locati Architects)
12. A farmhouse kitchen in Pennsylvania features a custom fabricated hood over the stone backsplash (created from a stone wall that was removed during the renovation) to create a fabulous focal point. The front of the island is composed of reclaimed wood (repeated on the ceiling), transitional tapered legs, and a Carrara marble countertop from Tropical Stone (perimeter countertop is antiqued maroon Cohiba granite).
Cabinetry: Kitchen Craft; cabinetry hardware: Top Knobs; all paint by Benjamin Moore: White Dove (cabinets), Coventry Gray (walls), Ozark Shadows (island). Island pendants are from Troy Lighting. The bar bench is from LEE Industries and the fabric is Tula Spa, while the stools are Kravet Rennes Swivel Barstool. The floors are pine, sourced from Provenance Mill Works. Dimensions: 16ft x 14ft, island 42in x 84in. (via Rudloff Custom Builders)
13. This beautiful traditional-style kitchen in Austin, Texas features a stone backsplash and stone wall to bring texture and warmth into this space. The island stools are the Dalton Counter Stool from the Twilight Bay collection, sold by Lexington. The flooring is mesquite. See the rest of this spectacular home tour here: Hill Country modern home offers bold attention to detail on Lake Austin. (via JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction)
14. In this gorgeous farmhouse kitchen in Spring Branch, Texas, the backsplash is an actual stone, just like you would do on the outside veneer. The bar was repurposed from an old drug store. The floors are Long Leaf Pine purchased from Barnwood, Etc out of Austin. (via Brad Moore Builders)
15. In Spinnerstown, Pennsylvania, this central open kitchen is the focal point with its repurposed stone wall (the original wall of the existing buildings on the property). Additional highlights include custom walnut cabinetry and built-ins and Danby marble countertops. (via Sullivan Building & Design Group)
16. This stunning rustic kitchen features soaring ceilings and stacked stone for inviting warmth. The countertops are black granite. See the rest of this amazing home tour here: Modern meets rustic in a beautiful Colorado mountain retreat. (via Poss Architecture)
17. A Mediterranean-style dream home in Orlando, Florida features this exquisite kitchen with soaring ceilings, hand-hewn wood trusses, a pot rack, and a focal stone wall. The pitch height of the ceiling is 24 feet. (via Anne Rue Interiors)
18. This country French-inspired kitchen in Scottsdale, Arizona features reclaimed oak ceiling beams sourced from France. The countertops and floor tiles are limestone from Provence. Bringing a rustic touch to this space is locally quarried fieldstone that mimics stonework found in farmhouses. To soften the appearance of the rocks and enhance the texture, a mortar wash mixed with site dirt was applied to the stone. See the rest of this spectacular home tour here: Mediterranean-style dream home with rustic interiors in the Arizona desert. (OZ Architects)
19. This classic English kitchen features Crittall doors and windows and concrete flooring that brings modernity to this beautifully designed space. The countertops are Arabescato Corchia marble. A stone wall brings a magnificent focal point to this bespoke kitchen. (via deVOL Kitchens)
20. A gracious countryside home features a new stone and plaster kitchen with rustic wood ceiling beams. This space invites the outdoors inside with warmth and texture. (via Lisa Tharp Design)
21. This stunning kitchen in northern Minnesota features soaring, double-height ceilings with wood trusses, skylights, and clerestory windows. The stone-clad range wall provides an exquisite focal point. The oval rock face is 12 feet high. The island is 5′ x 14′ with a thickened edge. The sink is from Rohl. The flooring is a mix of hardwoods — reclaimed/circle sawn boards, 6”-16” wide supplied by Bigwood Timber Frames. (via Lake Country Builders)
22. A beautiful mountain timber frame home in Montana features a beautiful stone wall framing the fridge and cabinetry. The rustic lighting was handcrafted locally in Missoula, Montana. The exquisite copper hood was also custom fabricated by Hellgate Forge. The cabinets are Knotty Alder with a custom stain, while the countertops are Lapidus granite. The barstools are from Epoch West Furniture in Bozeman, MT. The exposed timbers with the round log posts really bring this kitchen to life. (via Rocky Mountain Homes)
23. A rustic cabin in the woods features warm wood complemented by acid-stained concrete countertops and stone accents to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. The style of rock is called Pennsylvania Ledgestone made by Dutch Quality Stone. The lighting is from Capital Lighting in Columbus, Ohio. The chairs are from Andreas Furniture in Sugarcreek, Ohio. (via Weaver Custom Homes)
24. This exquisite kitchen is part of a luxury home on Fontana Lake, North Carolina. The range is highlighted by a beautiful wall of stacked stone. (via Black Market Photography)
25. In a rustic Montana home, this gorgeous kitchen features a large island with seating on two sides, hand-hewn wood beams, a rustic door, painted cabinets, and a stone accent wall above the cabinets. The chairs were sourced from a local outfitter called Out West Furniture and recovered with an old Pendleton blanket. (via Sage Kitchens)
26. This rustic mountain cabin in Montana is the ultimate in rustic elegance with hand-blown glass pendant lights, stone walls, and rustic wood beams. The perimeter countertop is concrete. See the rest of this incredible home tour here: Cozy mountain cabin in Montana maximizes minimal space. (via Pearson Design Group)
27. In this fabulous kitchen, the stone is a repurposed external wall of a 1700’s log cabin, which is also the chimney for the fireplace on the other side of this wall inside the log cabin. The counters in this kitchen are honed Vermont Danby marble – Montclair. The hood is the Cheng Trapeze Hood by Zephyr. The flooring in this kitchen is galaxy grey brushed marble that was hand chiseled by a local artist. The brushed finished gives a soft quality to the touch. (via Jarrett Design, LLC)