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5 Inspiring Kitchen Artwork Ideas

Even though it’s designed for cooking and the main goal is to make it functional, the kitchen still needs an attractive décor that can give you energy and inspiration. So integrating artwork into the décor is a very good idea that gives it the kick it needs to feel dynamic and vibrant. Here are five nice ideas for kitchen artwork.

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Since it’s a kitchen, you don’t have to think too far for the main theme. An oversized piece of artwork representing a beautiful, juicy fruit or ingredient would be a perfect way of making yout kitchen pop while remaining close to the theme.

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It’s common for a large kitchen to also include a work area. It’s a way of combining two activities that can complement each other. For the work space, use a bold, oversized piece of artwork representing one of your favorite themes. It doesn’t have to be related to food or other kitchen-related elements.

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Contemporary decors are usually defined by strong contrasts and unexpected details. This kitchen features a very interesting décor. The swarm of black birds that covers the walls and the kitchen island is not something you would expect to see in a kitchen and this makes it bold and unique.

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This is another version of a bold, oversized piece of artwork featuring food-related images. This time we have a large basket full of delicious, beautiful oranges. The bright yellow background makes it stand out even more.

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Another nice way of decorating your kitchen is with a mural. For example, this Van Gogh tile mural has become the focal point of the backsplash. IT’S a nice and simple way of adding art to your kitchen without compromising the functionality of the décor.

Picture sources: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

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Posted in Kitchen on November 21, 2012

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Simona Ganea
She may not be very fond of people, finding them annoying most of the time, but she still enjoys helping them from the shadows. Her attention to detail drives others crazy yet remains her most appreciated characteristic.

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