Weathered surfaces, sun-drenched color schemes, and earthen textures combine to bring the Italian countryside to today's Tuscan kitchens. Beloved for their warmth and collected appeal, Tuscan kitchen designs combine cabinets, islands, and freestanding cupboards done up in varying painted, glazed, and/or stained finishes to create an unfitted, collected look. Browse our pictures of kitchens to find Tuscan decorating ideas that will help you forge a Mediterranean connection. Discover how to create Tuscan kitchen designs by combining rustic stonework, arched doorways and storage niches, rough-hewn ceiling beams, reclaimed flooring, artistically tiled murals, and hearthlike range hoods. Explore our gallery of striking Tuscan kitchens to find tried-and-true strategies for presenting traditional Tuscan decor elements, such as antique farmhouse tables, black iron fixtures and fittings, copper cooking gear, travertine backsplashes, and terra-cotta or brick floors, in ways that perfectly satisfy your aesthetic and utilitarian requirements. Referencing kitchens found in centuries-old farmhouses and villas, Tuscan kitchens appear as if they have been assembled through the ages. Ensure your Tuscan design looks its best by incorporating rustic relics rendered in unsealed metals, such as brass, copper, bronze, and pewter, that take on new patinas with the passing of time.