By Honorine Marcelin. Kitchen Design. Published at Tuesday, September 05th, 2017 - 02:23:38 AM.
There’s no reason to limit your art display to the living room. Enjoy your favorite pieces as you prep dinner by hanging a selection salon-style or placing them on a picture ledge. Make sure the pieces are protected with glass in case of spatters.
You may think that your kitchen design is done once the cabinets are installed and the appliances are plugged in, but for a truly finished kitchen design you’ll need to pay attention to the details. Those blank walls will detract from an otherwise stylish space. Luckily, it’s easy to take advantage of those empty surfaces and create a captivating display that will wow your guests even more than your cooking. We’ve gathered our favorite kitchen wall decor ideas to help you put the finishing touches on your space, whether you’re at the tail end of a renovation or just want it to feel complete after all these years.
A small one-wall kitchen doesn’t need to be the focal point of the space—especially when you’re in a studio. Install folding doors or panels to close it up (and hide clutter) when it’s not in use.
Even if your horseshoe-shaped kitchen is on the narrow side, you can still bring in a slim island. Consider a rolling island, which can be pushed out of the way once dinner is ready.
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