Definition of country kitchen in English:

country kitchen

noun

North American
  • A spacious kitchen furnished in a traditional style, typically with a table for serving casual meals.

    ‘we ate cheese sandwiches in their country kitchen’
    • ‘Cabinets or kitchen furniture made of pine, even painted, can be beautiful key elements in the country kitchen.’
    • ‘At the rear of the house is a large country kitchen.’
    • ‘Had we been in our country kitchen we'd have been able to hear the coals tinkling gently in the range, too.’
    • ‘Inside, the country kitchen, previously remodeled in the 1980s, had to go.’
    • ‘It was Grandmother Nellie who, in the early 1940s, called her grandson, my cousin Truman, into her small country kitchen.’
    • ‘The dreamy light transforms even this corny country kitchen into a poetic space.’
    • ‘In total, the accommodation comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms and a country kitchen.’
    • ‘The living, dining and kitchen areas overlook the conservatory and are designed as one large room, reminiscent of a country kitchen.’
    • ‘Have you gone beyond the desire for sleek minimalism and long for the comfort of a warm and cozy country kitchen?’
    • ‘Use open shelving in the rustic country kitchen to display plates, dishes and dinnerware collections.’