Those who like to experiment with cooking in their kitchen also like to decorate their kitchen wall decoration. Do you agree or are you already one of those people?
Whether you want a trendy or vintage kitchen wall decor or a classic look, posters and canvas prints can easily help you add dimension and spruce up the kitchen decor. But before you choose your wall art, here’s what we want you to understand.
Size matters. A lot.
Wall space is one of the most important things to consider when choosing wall art. It is quite difficult to find space in the kitchen with all the cupboards, cabinets and windows. Therefore, it is essential to balance your wall art so that it does not overload the overall decor. If you prefer prints, go for the smaller ones which can complement the overall look of your kitchen.
Do you have a theme?
It is also essential to make the right choice of theme or style. Maintain consistency throughout. If you are lucky enough to have a decorative wall in the kitchen and have an open floor plan, go for a room that will match the overall decor. You can also opt for wall prints if you don’t want to purchase posters, canvas prints, paintings, etc. separately.
If you don’t want to go with traditional paints and prints, go for cheerful colors and witty words. It’s pretty trendy now. You can choose colors like red, yellow, etc., which will look vibrant and add a modern touch to the decoration of your kitchen.
The right size and theme of wall art can help you enhance the overall decor of your kitchen. Plus, choosing unique wall art will help your kitchen interiors to stand out. But that’s not all, as there are a few more tips for bringing out the best in kitchen wall art –
- First of all, you need to make sure it is consistent with the frame style, color consistency, and theme. Maintaining consistency will help you avoid overcrowding in your kitchen. Think about it, a bright yellow paint next to a bright red canvas print can look odd in your kitchen if not styled properly.
- Second, it’s always a good idea to start small and build slowly. Buy a painting for your kitchen, see how it complements the overall decor, and wait awhile before purchasing the next piece. By investing time in purchasing wall art, you will understand what works best for the space.
- Then always go for small pieces for your kitchen wall art. They are versatile and can be easily removed or rearranged. And above all, you do not risk cluttering the walls of the kitchen.
So, the first important thing is to identify the most suitable space in your kitchen to position the wall art. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll be hooked on buying new pieces, experimenting, and improving the curb appeal of your kitchen.