Comforting Country Kitchen Ideas

If you’re a fan of country kitchen designs and are looking for fresh ideas to transform your space into a cosy and charming one, you’ve come to the right place. We believe the kitchen is the heart of the home, and we’re here to share our expertise to help you create the country kitchen of your dreams. So relax as we delve into our top comforting country kitchen ideas!

1 – Mixed Neutrals

Using mixed neutral tones throughout the kitchen can create a unique and charming aesthetic. Country kitchens often aim for a cosy, rustic, and inviting atmosphere, and incorporating mixed neutrals can enhance these qualities in various ways. Even though neutrals are typically subtle, using a mix of shades can add visual interest and complexity, perfect for that rustic, textured look.

Mixed neutral tones across kitchen splashback tiles in country style kitchen with gold tap and wooden countertop.

Above, Clay Cocoa Wall Tile

2 – Adopt Stone Throughout

Using stone effect and split-face tiles throughout a country kitchen can be a great way of enhancing the rustic and cosy ambience of the space. Country kitchens often embrace natural textures and surfaces, and split face tiles provide an authentic and rugged texture that complements that warm and inviting feel.


Rustic splitface white stone effect tiles across country kitchen splashback with wood shelves and worktops.

Above, Sparkle White Split Face Mosaic

3 – Patterned Floors

Patterns and colours that we use across the floor can evoke feelings of warmth and comfort, which align perfectly with the nature of country style kitchens. Patterns can create a sense of nostalgia, looking stylish yet timeless at the same time. Patterned floors also allow you to infuse your own personality into the kitchen, whether it be classic chequer designs, intricate patterns or rustic motifs.


a blue and beige kitchen with a white sink and counter top

Above, Clay Blossom Floor Tile

4 – Classic Country Green

That traditional green shade can provide a subtle contrast with other elements in your kitchen, such as wood furniture and darker accents, adding visual interest and depth to the space. Green hues are also often associated with the idea of growth and abundance, perfect for that country feel.


a kitchen with a range hood and open shelves and green metro tiles across wall

Above, Metro Sage Wall Tiles

5 – Perfectly Patterned Walls

Incorporating patterned wall tiles into a country kitchen can add a unique and charming touch to the overall design. They can tie together various design elements within the kitchen, such as cabinets, counter tops and flooring, acting as a unifying element. They can also become a bit of a conversation starter when you have guests visiting, acting as a unique design element!


a rustic kitchen with colourful pattern tiles covering the wall

Above, Riga Patchwork Wall and Floor Tiles

6 – Warm Wood Floors

Wood floors naturally exude a rustic and timeless charm, perfect for complimenting the aesthetics of country kitchen. They can add warmth to a kitchen, creating a cosy and inviting ambience. Wood is also a natural material, and using it in your kitchen can establish a strong connection to the great outdoors, which is in line with the traditional, down to earth feel of country kitchens.


a large kitchen with green cabinets and warm wood floors

Above, Copenhagen Camel Rectified Matt Wood Effect Porcelain Floor Tile

7 – Rustic Textures

Rustic textures can be applied to various elements in the kitchen, including cabinets, countertops, splashbacks, and even utensils. This versatility allows you to create a cohesive design that complements the country kitchen feel perfectly. They also create character and personality, telling a story and offering the kitchen a lived-in, well-loved feel.


a green tile wall with two wood shelving above

Above, Artesano Moss Green Wall Tiles

8 – Natural Brick Beauty

Exposed brick can compliment a variety of design styles within the country aesthetic, from traditional to eclectic, depending on the other elements you incorporate. The contrast of exposed brick against materials like wood, metal and stone can create depth, making the kitchen more visually appealing. We have a variety of brick effect tiles that can be beautifully worked into your country kitchen design.


a large kitchen that has an island and counter with exposed brick across back wall.

Above, Dunsen Grey Floor Tiles

9 – Keep it Bright and Light

Light colours have a timeless quality that is sure to withstand changing design trends, and provide a classic backdrop that won’t easily go out of style. Lighter colours are also often associated with positivity and a cheerful mood, creating a more joyful and uplifting environment in the kitchen, perfect for family homes that are full of happiness.


a white kitchen filled with counter tops and light blue cabinets.

Above, Lucca White Anti Slip Matt Stone Effect Porcelain Wall and Floor Tile

From rustic farmhouse tiles to more elegant options, there is something to suit every taste and style. By incorporating these ideas into your kitchen design, you can create a welcoming atmosphere that combines the beauty of nature with the functionality of a modern kitchen. Don’t forget to tag us in pictures of your designs over on Instagram, @Tilemountainuk, we love seeing what you’ve been up to!