Art For Kitchen

Art For Kitchen

The kitchen is a special place in the home. It is where families can come together to prepare and cook amazing meals. It is also the place where families can past down cooking techniques and recipes to each other. The kitchen is where love is express through the art of cooking and eating. Art featuring subjects of the kitchen is loveable as well. Kitchen art can bring a creative and special element to your home. Kitchen wall art involves a variety of featured subjects that are taken from the kitchen and made into beautiful artwork for your walls. You can choose Small Clearance prints or colored prints, whichever color scheme works better with your chosen room. If you need to add a frame with your selected piece, make sure that the frame blends in well with the colors of the painting.
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Art For Kitchen

Kitchen photography comes in a variety of different prints and feature subjects ranging from fruits to kitchen utensils. Kitchen Words Trio by Pela is a piece that features simple subjects like a fork, knife, and spoon. Zest of Lemons by Daphne Brissonnet and Zest of Limes by Daphne Brissonnet are prints that feature fruit. If you preper a mix of food and drink to display, you can choose Wine Bottle Grapes and Walnuts by Loran Speck. Kitchen art is a great addition to any room of your home like the kitchen, dining room, or living room. Any piece from the Kitchen art collection will add a creative and fun element to your home’s decor.
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Art For Kitchen

If you like to cook, you probably spend quite a bit of time in your kitchen. So why shouldn’t it have a little art to liven it up, just like any other space? We’ve rounded up all kinds of examples of art in the kitchen. Maybe they will inspire you to add something that will glam up your space — or just a little piece that will make you smile.
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Art For Kitchen

1. Hang art on the walls (if you have the space). This one’s a bit of a no-brainer, but if you have a stretch of wall in your kitchen unoccupied by upper cabinets, this would be a great place to add in some art. The owners of this Paris apartment, spotted on Trendhome, made room for a super statement-y piece above the oven. I’m guessing they probably don’t cook a whole lot. But at least it’s behind glass, so protected from occasional grease spatter.
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Art For Kitchen

7. Hang art on your cabinets (if you’re feeling really wild). Ok, so this old baby portrait (spotted in a kitchen from Design Sponge) is hanging on what looks like a range hood, and not a cabinet, but you get the idea. If you have cabinets that you don’t use super often, or a lightweight piece of art that can be easily secured to the door — why not?
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Art For Kitchen

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Art For Kitchen

3. Stick some in the space above your upper cabinets. If your kitchen is tall enough, above the upper cabinets is a great place for art to go, safely out of reach of water and grime. Jeff has taken this one step further in his Jersey City abode, and added a deep ledge above the cabinets to accommodate a whole collection of stuff. The ledge wraps around the side of the lower cabinets, a nice finishing detail for a free-floating kitchen.
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Art For Kitchen

The original kitchen had a massive 1950s-style stove, with the burners in a drawer. The clients weren’t able to salvage it, but they still wanted to honor the original kitchen in some way. During demolition, they found a bunch of old newspapers in the cabinets, and framed a few select clippings as wall art. The colors in the framed advertisement next to the stove inspired the bright orange of the new $3,000 Blue Star range and glass-painted backsplash.
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Retro Diner Kitsch Kitchen Wall Art. “This fun, vintage inspired metal wall sign is perfect for your retro-themed kitchen! Made of embossed metal (tin), it is printed with colorful artwork made to look like a vintage Fifties Diner sign.”
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4. Add art between the upper and lower cabinets. For all of us plebians out there with our normal, run-of-the-mill kitchens and their cabineted walls (and normal ceiling heights), there’s the option of simply adding a smaller piece between the upper and lower cabinets. Photo from Sketch 42.
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The FINTORP series was actually designed to help you organize the kitchen, but it makes a creative and beautiful way to show off your foliage. Perfect for that blank wall in your living room, as an alternative to hanging artwork.

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