Accessorising your character kitchen
Country Kitchens, Gadgets and storage solutions, Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Trends, Kitchen accessories
Moben’s Geo Shaker White
Home accessories always add that extra touch and finish off the room – whether it be a dramatic vase on the dining room table or a stunning floor lamp to add a cosy glow. However, one room that often gets overlooked is the kitchen, as most of the items occupying the work surface are usually more functional than fashionable.
Over the next few weeks we’re going to give some advice on accessorising your kitchen – whether you’ve gone for a cosy country, sleek and impactful or super simplistic style.
If you’re a budding Nigella, your perfect kitchen is likely to contain a mixture of warm and homely colours, with touches of vintage prints and charming hand-crafted knick-knacks – just like our Canterbury range.
One trend for 2020 that will appeal to you is open shelves or glass-fronted cupboards – encouraging people to showcase their eclectic mix of china or glassware, rather than keeping them tucked away. So why not treat your kitchen cupboards (and of course your guests) to some charming cups and saucers from Cath Kidston or nostalgic print side plates from Lakeland?
Worktop accessories in cute pastel colours adorned with dainty polka dot and gingham prints will also add a homely touch to your space. Next has a great range of vintage-inspired storage solutions, including a pretty pink bread bin complete with tea, coffee, sugar and biscuit canisters.
As a finishing touch, why not string up some bunting from notonthehighstreet.com, which is handmade from a collection of beautiful vintage fabrics.
Now the country-style kitchen is taken care of, we will next take a look at some hints and tips for accessorising an über contemporary and gleaming glossy kitchen.