Whether it’s an open kitchen or not, you can add decorative details to a kitchen. After all, our interior design reflects our personality and taste, so why leave the kitchen behind?
Sometimes we don’t have the option of changing everything and opting for a large white open plan kitchen with a central island (which is a shame). However, we still have thewalls to dress, the knobs and handles to decorate the furniture and the pretty crockery orutensils that remain on display.
On Instagram we see a lot of accessories and utensils in noble and more eco-responsible materials and I like that!
To decorate the walls, we can stick to the kitchen theme with illustrated recipes, scenes of convivialityor abstract paintings in flattering colours for our kitchen cupboards.
For inspiration, a little tour on Pinterest!
Both large and small kitchens are entitled to small decorative objects and illustrations. They are placed on the countertop or on shelves.
The colourful walls and furniture add character, but you can quickly get tired of them. On the other hand, small rugs bring identity to our decorating style and are easier to change according to our desires.
We are also seeing more and more “coffee corners” with a coffee pot, nice cups and everything you need for a quality coffee break.
I personally also have a small tea corner with my favourite teas and infusions next to my kettle. It’s all very simple, but this little corner specially dedicated to a break puts you in good conditions to prepare your coffee/tea and the break is all the more pleasant.
The cups on display are also part of the decoration. Do you know of any shops where you can find pieces by artisans? Combining responsible consumption and decoration is ideal. Feel free to share your finds!
Examples of coffee corners found on Pinterest.
What about you? What decorative elements have you added to your kitchen?
Before we leave, I’d like to share with you some of the creations I imagine in kitchens or coffee corners.
I look forward to hearing from you!