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How to make your kitchen organised and trendy

Written by Posted On Friday, 28 February 2014 11:44


From cooking to baking or sharing special time with family members for some light nibbles, the kitchen has been the heart for activities among family members or pals. Additionally, a kitchen could be a symbol of standing; the amount of money spent in planning and building could be directly related to family earnings. Naturally, selecting the best white goods has been a subject of great interest. 1 or 2 factors affect kitchen design.


The "final" touch in decorating a kitchen is various accessories of both a decorative and  functional nature. They can transform your kitchen from a showpiece into a beautiful living space.


One such decoration, which will always prove as a useful detail, is the kitchen wall clock. Clock whether larger, round or square, with a narrower or broader framework, classical needles or digital, is the most reliable friend in the timing of food preparation, and can still be very interesting décor, which is harmonised with the style. Clocks with weights and rustic ornaments (such as floral or like small rural house) will look good in rustic kitchens, while in modern spaces choose a clock with simple lines, with or without a metal frame. Particularly attractive will be variations in some of the bright colours and colourful clocks with interesting geometric motifs.


Until now, often neglected, special attention is paid to various containers in kitchens. In classic and rustic spaces they are plain or painted porcelain, while the minimalism is reserved for simpler glass or metal containers.


Good decor, but also an excellent extra space to store things, are well organised baskets made from natural materials, whether they are installed independently or as part of a stand-alone cabinet.


Ceramic bowls for fruits and vegetables, whether in the simplest form of straight lines to the kitschy decorated variants, show the unmistakable detail in creating a warm kitchen look, as well as sugar and salt containers. Today, there are more and more trendy and lightweight aluminium containers for oatmeal and glass containers for different types of pasta. Wall hangers for various kitchen appliances (draining spoon, ladle, large forks for baking, spatula, skimmer etc.) should also be stylistically consistent with the rest of the kitchen.


Another well-liked and trendy approach is by integrating a few appliances into a total unit concealed with cupboard doors and drawers. This not only gives a wow-factor to visitors who would discover technology behind these doors but also maximise the utilisation of kitchen space.


This type of kitchen design supplements the heat that is omitted by this straight forward design using genuine or synthetic wood panels that hide appliances. Putting other centerpiece like a desk with simple marble finish provides a stylish appeal and simultaneously an alternate location to have an excellent breakfast every day with members of the family.


Finally, do not forget to bring a breath of freshness and naturalness, for which you can use vases for flowers and a variety of indoor potted plants. An excellent fit in every kitchen will be small decorative bowls with herbs, which can be put together in one large basket - this solution is particularly attractive in rustic kitchens, in which an important decor are certain types of canned foods, such as jars of jam or pickles decorated with colourful plaid fabric on the lids.


It is extremely important to put curtains in the dining room. For an ethereal, calming appearance we curtains made from a solid colour, thin, translucent fabric is suggested, while where the emphasis is on luxury, especially in rooms decorated in classic styles, often find curtains made from romantic lace and even velvet drapes with a decorative gold weave. In modern dining rooms wrinkled or flat roll-on screens and roller blinds, either monochrome or with some larger or smaller prints can be found.


Tablecloths and decorative pillows on the chairs also make for different decor, which are also important to harmonise with the basic colours and style of decoration. Stylistic coherence is also important when choosing jardinieres, vases and decorative fruit bowls, which are often placed in the centre of the table like a crown, unless it comes to an eclectic dining area. You can never go wrong if you choose beautiful Eames dining chairs.


Candlesticks, whether they are simple, high glasses or richly decorated metals, are always a welcome guest in every dining room, because they provide irreplaceable ambient lighting when having an evening meal, adding mystique of space, dynamics and warmth. On the walls of the dining room, especially those decorated in a rustic style, you can put decorative ceramic plates or wall murals (you can find affordable wall decals at www.pickawall.com.au), and while in modern spaces flat shelves for books, vases with flowers or some larger mirror will look good.


Photos and art paintings don't have to necessarily be set independently on the wall, but they can only lean on a wall shelf in a way that will make a continuous, interesting and highly decorative series. Such details will not remain unnoticed in any interior! Mirrors will give you a dose of dining drama and dynamics, as well as a visually larger room. Instead of high candlesticks and vases during gala dinners using several smaller and lower, candles are suggested so as not to interfere with communication among the guests. Avoiding images and photographs that bring discomfort, like a dark picture with naturalistic depictions and motif of the dead nature is also suggested.



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