Published at Tuesday, September 18th 2018. by Ethel Cummings in Kitchen.
An outdoor kitchen is the ultimate dream for a lot of people who enjoy backyard entertaining. Imagine gathering your friends or family together for a summertime barbecue or a cozy winter cocktail party in the comfort of your own garden. Here are some great tips for designing your killer outdoor kitchen.
Alternatively, try making your own kitchen accessories. If you are the crafty, artsy type then you could make your own kitchen decorating accessories. Most craft stores have several unfinished kitchen decor items that you can purchase and decorate on your own. For instance, you could buy an unfinished bread box and custom design it to fit your favorite decorating theme. When finished, that bread box will be an evident testimonial of your creative decorating abilities. Doing this with your entire kitchen decor collection will further add that personal touch that every kitchen deserves.
Where you want your pots, pans and other cooking wares are going to need to be accounted for right away. If you have a small kitchen, consider using the walls for storage. You can erect a beautiful spice rack with some designer jars to get your spices out of the cabinets. Do you have nice looking pots? Put a rack mounted on the ceiling. Ever seen a copper pot hanging from the ceiling? They look great.
If you want, you could go for an Italian theme. Italians are quite known to have kitchens that are one step ahead of others in terms of styles and design. They even use high quality materials.
Concrete or rich colored woods are a great way to create a modern design aesthetic. Most classic or traditional kitchens use white-washed or light colored wood to create the look so go the opposite way for modern! Minimal furniture and features also help to create a modern feel. This also helps with maintenance and clean-up too. Check out these images for inspiration.
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