Kitchenette Decoration Ideas
Kitchens can be said to be the cradle of any home where one can source for inspiration and creativity in addition to preparing hot and delicious meals for the family. There are some ideas for kitchenette decoration. The finishes, accents, accessories and colors used in the kitchen should always energize the homeowner to get things done; they will always want to be in the kitchen. They can be designed to portray a family’s interest, lifestyle as well as character. While kitchens are spacious and contain almost anything one might want to have in their cooking spaces, kitchenettes are much smaller with only basic kitchen amenities being featured. Whether one is a professional chef or a novice cook who wishes to have an extra cooking space within their home, they should decorate lovely spaces to accentuate their personality.
With design style ranging from modern to traditional, minimalist to classic, contemporary to country and eclectic to transitional, one has an endless list of kitchenette design style to select. The materials, finishes, furniture and appliances available for decorating these small kitchens are unlimited. It is important to note that the size of these kitchens enable them to fit onto just one wall with basic items like sinks, cooktops, refrigerators and cabinets that are small in size being featured.
The theme chosen for the kitchenette should be in tune with that of the home. For homeowners not sure about a color theme, they should seek inspiration from mother nature. The good thing about this theme is that it blends with green hues which are easy to like even for those who have a phobia to bold colors. Green is also a perfect color for decorating kitchenettes due to the fact that it is associated with food such as apples and cabbages among others.
Kitchenetttes can be designed in neutral color palettes such as gray and white; pops of color are added in the space through decorating accents for an enhanced look. In this kitchenette, the walls and cabinets are given a white finish while the backsplash a dark gray tone. A white-gray area rug is incorporated in the space for a matching look. Red, yellow and blue accents brightens the cooking space for an improved look; this creates a balance in the space.Back To Top.