As the heart of any home, a kitchen needs to be not only functional but beautiful too. One way of putting your stamp on a room is by displaying pictures and with that in mind, we offer you some kitchen art ideas as inspiration.
These Pantone colour fruit prints by Missing Pixels are ideal for anyone who loves colour and design. Featuring real still life photography of fruit set against vivid Pantone colour swatches, they will undoubtedly add vibrancy to your kitchen. Display all five of them like this or one at a time, changing them as you please to add even more interest throughout the year.
If you consider yourself a bit of a gin connoisseur, this gin cocktails print by Everlong Print Co will fit perfectly into your kitchen. From a classic gin and tonic to a vesper, the 18 stylised illustrations of cocktails are captioned with their recipes – nice to look at and informative too. If gin is not your drink of choice, Everlong Print Co also have a range of other cocktails including rum, vodka, whisky and even champagne.
If you prefer your drinks alcohol free, these coffee and tea botanical prints by Daves Office might be more suitable for your kitchen. They are available in a variety of paper colours including parchment, light parchment, ivory and vintage white. Botanical prints, especially those linked to the culinary world, will fit perfectly into any traditional kitchen.
Another ideal print for a kitchen is this fruit and vegetables print by Latte Design. The style of the picture makes it well suited to contemporary kitchens as in this example. The vibrant colours stand out beautifully against the dark walls and wall cabinets, plus the white background and frame ties in nicely with the white marble effect worktop.
Although not pictures, these handmade Moroccan tiles by Moroccan Tiles Shop are definitely a work of art. As they are individually made in Marrakech by artisans, they add originality to your kitchen and create a talking point. These are encaustic tiles so the patterns are produced using different coloured clay rather than glaze. There are many styles to choose from each adding their own special charm. They are also functional and can double up as kitchen splashbacks.
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