FourFourSeconds ago, we posted an article on this blog on how to make a rustic Russian kitchen with brass fittings.
Now, we’re excited to share a DIY Russian kitchen for your home.
The rustic style is quite easy to recreate, but you’ll need some good brass fitties to complete it.
The fittings will also need a little bit of hand tooling and the right tools for the job.
For this rustic kitchen, we used a brass handle from the brand Koryolink.
They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes.
We picked up a nice-looking stainless steel kettle from the Russian brand Nivos.
We also picked up this wooden table for our kitchen table.
All of the pieces of wood were purchased from a local woodshop.
You can see the wood for sale at the bottom of the page.
The kitchen was designed to hold six to eight people, but it can also be adapted to a two-person kitchen with one stove.
To do that, we made our own stovetop and built a table for it, which you can see in the photo below.