Selecting Art for Your Kitchen

Most people think of appliances, counter tops, flooring and cabinets when they think of designing their kitchen. Once all of those items are selected and in place, it’s nice to complete the most-used room in your home with a personal touch — art!

Placing art in your functional spaces, such as your kitchen and bath, really add a special touch to those rooms.

A few of my favorite pieces for kitchen art include framed kids’ artwork and large, over-sized food prints. Word art is also a nice addition to a kitchen. Of course art is very personal and you should always surround yourself with pieces you love. I just encourage you to consider art in your kitchen. Something that makes you smile would be ideal!

 {A close up of garlic bulbs is a natural and beautiful addition to any kitchen.  Three Fresh Garlic Bulbs  by  Linda Burgess .}

{A close up of garlic bulbs is a natural and beautiful addition to any kitchen. Three Fresh Garlic Bulbs by Linda Burgess.}

 {Artichokes are stunning and add a brilliant pop of color to a kitchen wall.  Artichokes for Sale at Market at Campo De' Fiori  by  Richard l'Anson .}

{Artichokes are stunning and add a brilliant pop of color to a kitchen wall. Artichokes for Sale at Market at Campo De' Fiori by Richard l'Anson.}

 {Simple and direct, but a conversation starter!  Eat in Flour  by Neil Overy.}

{Simple and direct, but a conversation starter! Eat in Flour by Neil Overy.}

 {This “keep calm” series is a bit overdone, but this is a cheeky spin for your kitchen!  Keep Calm Tea  by  The Vintage Collection .}

{This “keep calm” series is a bit overdone, but this is a cheeky spin for your kitchen! Keep Calm Tea by The Vintage Collection.}

Clients often comment that adding art to their kitchen really brings their room to life. For a room that is full of hard surfaces and a lot of work, why not add art to make you smile?

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