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Kitchen Decorating Ideas for Solid Oak Kitchens – Part 3

Posted by admin on February 22, 2017 at 12:54 pm. Filed under: General

When designing your kitchen, the space you have available is an important consideration. Kitchen decorating ideas that fully utilise the area and incorporate existing features or accents can create a truly unique style for your home. In the third and final part of this blog series, we have taken a look at the ways in which you can make the most of what you have – whether you’re redecorating an existing kitchen or planning a complete remodel.

Utilising Space in Kitchen Decorating Ideas

Open up the Room

This open kitchen features our lacquered oak Shaker frontals

Choosing to combine kitchen and living areas – such as a kitchen with a dining room – can be a great way to create additional space. This is perfect if you have little room available, or if either of the areas you are looking to merge are lacking in size. In the kitchen shown above, though the room is fairly large, the wall space is limited. By extending the work surface into the available space, a greater worktop area is created as well as additional dining room. The forward-facing hob is perfect for those who entertain frequently: it looks wonderful within this open plan design.

Natural Accents

The exposed stonework in this kitchen combines beautifully with Traditional frontals in Farrow & Ball’s Lulworth Blue

This kitchen is a beautiful illustration of how existing architectural features can be utilised to their full potential. The exposed stone wall is the perfect complement for the solid oak used throughout the room. Choosing tiles that mimic the look of stone gives the design a sense of intention whilst balancing the overall aesthetic. Traditional frontals in Farrow & Ball’s Lulworth Blue add a bright and breezy accent colour to the mix, ensuring that the sandy stone and golden timber do not overwhelm the room. The beams overhead – coupled with the window frames – tie everything together nicely, completing the seamless look of the kitchen.

This is the final blog in our three-part series – we hope we have given you some kitchen decorating ideas for your own home. Please read parts one and two if you missed these previously, and let us know if you’ve utilised any of these ideas in your kitchen by sharing photos on our Facebook or Instagram.

 

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