By Damien Clarisse. Kitchen Design. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 10:44:24 AM.
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.
While farmhouse style sinks have been trendy for quite some time, more homeowners are looking for the minimal look of seamless kitchen sinks. These sinks are a part of the countertop itself, much like undermount sinks, and are often made out of the same material. They are easy to clean and prevent mold and bacteria from growing. It’s a great way to complete the look of your modern kitchen countertop.
Often, what attracts homeowners to creating a minimalist kitchen is the style. Clean lines and natural elements are key here. You also want to make sure every piece of décor has a purpose, keeping it minimal.
To encourage a more personal environment, open shelving offers a display area for accessories to become part of the decor. Mixing function and design, Garnett incorporated a butcher block into the countertop for easy access, while graphic tile offers animation to the backsplash.
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