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Home Inspiration: Kitchens

Kitchen Blog Inspiration Donna Wilson

My favourite room in my house is the kitchen. We have double height ceilings here and a great big window to let the natural light in. I hang my own plate designs on this cupboard wall along with some sentimental items from my childhood. It makes all the difference to add your personality to your kitchen. Here are some other ideas I love:

Keep it organised but keep it fun (pics below L-R) This giant pegboard wall is functional as well as decorative. With this modular shelving can move the pegs and the shelf so that it’s an ever-changing display(source: Position Collective) I love this idea of having the longest row of hooks, somewhere to hang your Mog Mug, brushes, oven mitt, utensils or herbs (Source: My Scandinavian Home/ Granit). I absolutely love the exaggerated giant cupboard handles in tactile solid oak.  This is designer Faye Toogood’s former London home (source: NY Times).

Add a burst of colour. Effective storage is so vital for keeping a tidy kitchen. Why not add some colour? My white porcelain plates with happy faces are great for a feature wall. Not just for the dinner table (Pics L-R: My kitchen (!), designer Dries Ottens colour block green sink, yellow storage by Uncommon Projects/ Jocelyn Low, mixed chairs round the table by Aurelie Lecuyer.

 

 

Natural materials Plants and polished marble. Country kitchen in Sweden. Love the shapes in this Terrazzo floor (source: Ioanna Roufoupoulou) and this Marmoreal counter by Dzek.

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