Saturday, October 21, 2017

Our Warm and Welcoming Kitchen Using Accents

Today, more often than not, our kitchen is usually a place to complete chores on our never ending to do list  - all the time.  But if we find an accent theme that enables you to work tirelessly in your kitchen, then you can enjoy your kitchen for its versatility instead of the dislike of the never ending task list.

Kitchen accents are certainly a way to spruce up the look of your kitchen.  Constant pieces can infuse immediate flair into your kitchen.  Designer Jeffrey Alan Parks says "Something as simple as displaying beautiful china can change the feel of a room."  What about wall paintings, scented candles, and of course, that scent of the home cooked meal?  All these can play an important role in adding to your kitchen accents.

Consider all the kitchen accents available today in the market place. You can create a warm and inviting atmosphere in your kitchen by tying ideal accents together with you home decor.   Accenting your kitchen doesn't need to be hard or difficult.  It should be a fun and creative time to change and enhance that drab space into a place that says great!  If you're considering a country theme for your kitchen, the possibilities are endless.  Rooster themed wall clocks, a country style bread box, a mug tree, paper towel and napkin holders are all pieces that you may want to consider.  Also, pot holders, oven mitts, towels, chair pads and placemats that  boast the same pattern can usually be found pretty easily. 

Color schemes are basic.  When remodeling your kitchen, you can find ways to apply a color scheme to your kitchen decor and then coordinate your kitchen accents.  Use hand painted canisters or storage boxesto help bring out the undertones of your color scheme.  Maybe some pretty stencils to enhance the color of your room.  Wall stencils come in all kinds of shapes and themes, so this shouldn't be to hard to coordinate your kitchen color scheme.  Some pretty painted pottery could also be used to accent your kitchen. 


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