Kitchen Lighting / August 23, 2018 / Maren Hutson.
The choices include cutting boards, prep bowls, knife blocks, colanders and racks for dishcloths or cleaning utensils. These items can centralize and organize prep work.
Architectural details such as columns, legs and fluting. With pendant lights and other decorative styles, size is also important. Too large and the fixture will overwhelm a small kitchen too small and it may get lost in a large space.
You can pair a wallpaper with a short backsplash to help avoid any water issues. Either way, a playful wallpaper can add a dose of color and some energizing pattern to a kitchen. Either as an all-over treatment or as a single accent wall.
And this means you can safely use a more bold hue without it completely taking over. And, of course, if the shade doesn’t feel quite right, it’s not a huge undertaking for a patient DIYer to paint over the area again. Your walls aren’t the only place to add in some color.