10 Dream Kitchen Decoration

10 Dream Kitchen Decoration

The kitchen is probably the most used space in your home, so you want to make it the space you like. And aside from functioning equipment, the kitchen design that you will like for years to come is the most important. So whether you’re renovating or just looking for inspiration, we found 10 kitchen design ideas that will help you optimize yourself – and the best lessons to be learned from them. From casual countries to sleek and modern – and literally everything in between – we have all the inspiration for a kitchen shakeup you could need. Beautiful countertops, unique backsplash, and lighting statements, we have come for you.

1. Choose an Adventurous Wallpaper

This swirling wallpaper proves that making design decisions that are full of adventure can produce results. In the kitchen designed by Rita Konig, the wallpaper in question is Antoinette Poisson’s Jaipur. We like it even more paired with rich purple veined marble and painted cabinets. To protect it from water damage, Konig added invisible glass on the wallpaper between the counter and the cabinet.

2. Never Underestimate the Accents

Now this is how you light a room. In this Paris Razavi Studio apartment, a large, dramatic wavy pendant opens it all in one sweep. A fun way of magenta adds a tinge of color to the industrial kitchen.

3. Go Wild

Lacquer, marble, tile, oh my! This amazing kitchen designed by Michelle Nussbaumer is not afraid to have fun. For a similar look, choose a backsplash that matches the kitchen island and then use tiles on the floor.

4. Keep It Unfinished

Open brick walls add a relaxed impression to this kitchen. Instead of covering up or perfecting it, let your original architectural details stand out.

5. Accomodate the Pets

Designed by Matthew Quinn, this kitchen island is adapted to a dog bed to accommodate family friends.

6. Hang Plants

The neat kitchen of this country by deVOL is very full of life. Bright yellow beams fill it with bright energy while hanging plants and framed plants print it feeling fresh and easy, as do terra cotta floor tiles relaxing.