'This kitchen feels like a warm cup of coffee' – Orville Peck's kitchen is a lesson in how to do rustic style, it's cozy, chic and has the perfect amount of country

The singer's home is 'the perfect blend of rustic and modern farmhouse design'

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The rustic modern kitchen is one of the biggest trends in interior design. So it makes sense that Orville Peck, an artist on the cutting edge of country music, would adopt the ultra-stylish trend in his home. A recent Instagram post showcases the singer's home which integrates layers of reclaimed wood alongside white walls, copper countertops, and vertical storage into its kitchen design

'I am obsessed with Orville's kitchen decor, it's a perfect blend of rustic and modern farmhouse design, in such a warm and welcoming way,' says New York-based interior designer Jove Meyer. He continues, 'This kitchen feels like a warm cup of coffee when you add a little creamer before you stir, you just want to enjoy it and spend as much time there as possible, bravo Orville, this feels like you, which is what you want your home to feel and look like, you!'

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Jove Meyer

Jove Meyer is a New York interior designer who crafts a vivid, colorful world for clients who dare to be different. Meyer set out to build a global design firm antithetical to his conservative and rigid upbringing by encouraging authenticity, celebrating diversity, and empowering marginalized communities. As a result, his work has been featured in Domino, Good Morning America, The Magnolia Network, The New York Times, and Rachael Ray Magazine.

Beyond the warm and welcoming vibe, designers love the finishes the singer has chosen for his rustic kitchen. Melissa Read, interior designer at Studio Burntwood states: 'Orville's home is a charming collection of items that bring him joy, it doesn't follow a practical trend or color palette. However, there is one common theme, organic, reclaimed materials. This can be seen throughout the kitchen, with a collection of different hardwoods working in harmony.'

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Melissa Read

Melissa Read attended the KLC School of Design in Chelsea before working at London's best-regarded interior design studios. Now Creative Director of Studio Burntwood, an interior design studio that specializes in luxury residential interior design for private clients and property developers.


On the wood kitchen cabinets, Jove adds: 'The use of various tones of wood and shades of brown gives the kitchen warm layers and textures that invite you in and encourage you to use it, making it very approachable and down to earth. If all of the shades of wood were the same material and tone it would be too contemporary and feel cold and hyper-contemporary, but the layering of various wood tones blends the space beautifully, especially with the clay floor.'

However, wood is not the only statement texture in Orville's farmhouse kitchen. Melissa states: Orville's kitchen features a metal copper countertop which has a charming patina and adds to the rustic feel. Copper as a kitchen countertop material not only adds richness to the space but is also highly functional due to its anti-bacterial properties.'

Jove says, 'Having various shades of brown all together can lean very rustic, but having clean white kitchen walls, windows, appliances, and a kitchen sink helps it lean into the modern farmhouse style, especially that vintage apron front ceramic sink with the elevated faucet.'

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Interior designers are in love with Orville Peck's rustic modern kitchen, and we predict this look will be appearing everywhere in 2024. Our ultimate list of country kitchen ideas provides a blueprint for getting started on designing your very own Orville-approved spaces.

Sophie Edwards
News Writer

I am a London-based News Writer at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture with a particular focus on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand based in Fairfield County, CT. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.