8 Tips on Kitchen Decorations
Place table lamps on your island or dining table to make your kitchen feel like a room, designer Robert Stillin did with Visual Comfort’s Column lamp in Sheffield silver for House Beautiful‘s Kitchen of the Year with Ina Garten.
Try New Gadgets
You don’t have to invest in brand-new appliances like an industrial stove. Instead, become inspired to cook a new dish, or just have more fun cooking a family favorite, with a fun, functional gadget, like a yolk separator or a modern kettle.
Suspend Pots and Pans
Instead of investing in brand-new cabinetry, try working with what you have. You can free up space by suspending your pots and pans from the ceiling. A pot rack adds style, makes them easily accessible, and creates more cabinet space for other items, says designer Shannon Bowers, who did that in this Texas home’s kitchen.
Add Large Baskets
If you have extra space but lack shelves, try stacking large baskets. They can hold onions, potatoes, or other items.
Fresh Herbs in Kitchen Decorations
Instead of buying herbs at the grocery store, take a cue from this Connecticut home by designer Carole Lalli, and plant herbs in pots for your kitchen. They will add freshness to the atmosphere and your food.
Tiles Kitchen Decorations
Update the look of your backsplash — without grout — by using tile decals. These adhesive stickers come in various sizes to perfectly cover up dated tile designs, without leaving a sticky residue.
Mixing Up of Seating for Exquisite Kitchen Decorations
Whether you have upholstered chairs or all-wood seating, a fresh and modern look is to mix up the dining area furniture, or alternate chair cushion colors.