This is part of the little kitchen at Great Hopes Plantation in Colonial Williamsburg, an example of a primitive kitchen. Of course, the items in this kitchen were not decor but just everyday tools. I personally like a mixture of very primitive like this kitchen, shaker style, colonial, and a little farmhouse ~ having useful primitive tools, the simplicity of shaker design, the historic element of colonial, and the peaceful whites and naturals of farmhouse.
It's not always possible to live in the modern world and have a period kitchen unless you employ someone like David T. Smith. His designs create that clean line of period cabinetry that houses modern conveniences. I'd sure like to have that! When my house on the acres is realized, maybe I'll see if David is still around creating kitchens. If you haven't seen any of his work, just go to Pinterest or Houzz. He has gone into period homes and completely makes them modern while keeping the designs of the period. It's quite amazing!