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Displaying Art in Your Kitchen

When styling your kitchen, try to avoid leaving a wall completely empty. Kitchen artwork should be stylish, yet creative. Stay away from the traditional “kitchen art” of fruit or kitchen utensils- mix it up! Create your own art gallery with modern, DIY, or antique pieces.

Modern Art: With its elaborate and bold statements, modern art should be incorporated within modern or contemporary kitchens. Pick from black and white paintings/photography, unusual ceiling light fixtures, and art with mood setting colors. Keep in mind the art should flatter the kitchen’s color palette.

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DIY: Create art or collages that shows your personality. Use vintage signs/advertisements, but always keep in mind your kitchen’s color palette. Create a wall collage with different size frames.

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Antique Art: Choose antique art that references a certain time period or historical reference. Frame old building blueprints that have faded paper and color, or even old family photos and recipes.

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Whether it’s big, small, old, or new- displaying art in your kitchen is an excellent way to add sophistication to your culinary space.

 

Kitchen Art images:

Image one, photo courtesy of Wendover Art

Image two, photo courtesy of Pinterest

Image three, photo courtesy of Pinterest

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