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SLAY YOUR KITCHEN DECOR GAME WITH THESE 8 STATEMENT PIECES

Filed in Kitchen Trends by on November 7, 2016 0 Comments • views: 258
Bring Eight Statement Pieces To Your Kitchen

Every kitchen should have some statement pieces, and you will do well to put in each of these eight statement pieces. They come from a long line of traditional kitchen decor ideals, and you can purchase them in the color and style you enjoy today. Adding them all at once might not be what you want to do, but you will find something that meets your needs.Frank LaMark

  • Bring a buffet server into the kitchen when you are serving large groups every day. It is the best way to bring your food out for large parties.
  • Have a knife table that holds your knifes and cutting block. You can set it to the side, and it will be there when it is time to start cutting.
  • Get a designer mixer that will sit on the counter where all can see it. You want to pick a color that you love, and you should pick a color that compliments the room.
  • The linens that you bring into the kitchen must look right for the room. Using good linens and a nice cafe curtain will make the room look amazing.
  • Have your counter designed with the contours that work in your home. You must select something that is the right colors, texture and size for the room.
  • Get accessories for the room that all match. Matching accessories help you decorate the kitchen with some class, and it makes everything look congruent.
  • The bowls and dishes on the counter should look like they belong in the room. Making these careful selections will help you decorate well.
  • Pick out appliances that will make the kitchen look understated. You can hide your appliances behind doors, or you can go with stainless steel that everyone will appreciate.

Each of the eight options above will transform your kitchen in a paradise.

 

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Frank LaMark is a contributing author in the kitchen and bath industry for the past 15 years.