Maybe you’d like a little more privacy or maybe it’s just that the kitchen gets too hot while you’re cooking. Either way, some sheer, flowy curtains will do just the trick—without blocking out any sunlight. They’ll infuse your kitchen with an instant shot of charm and texture and can even make your home more energy efficient. Try the delicate Lila Curtain Panel for a simple yet stunning window makeover.
These simple linen placemats have enough delicate detail to suit even your most lavish dinner parties but are versatile enough for everyday use. The neutral palette gives you freedom to explore with colorful dinnerware, napkins, and centerpieces but also works perfectly as an elegant statement piece.
When you have cabinets, countertops, furniture, and stunning accessories to think about, lighting tends to fall to the bottom of the kitchen
If you’re short on storage space, that just means less room to devote to luxury. But if you approach your storage like it’s an element of decor, you can have the best of both worlds. The Lincoln Undershelf Basket is an attractive way to store small glasses, snacks, spices, or anything that just doesn’t seem to have a proper place. Line up several of them for mega storage potential.
There’s no reason your gorgeous dinnerware should hide in the cabinet between meals. In fact, if you’re somewhat of an eclectic dinnerware collector, why not display it on shelves? The Hybrid Zoe Fruit and Dessert Plate, which bears motifs from both eastern and western art, is just one of several artfully blended plates that will make for an easy conversation starter.
Can you really call yourself a host if you don’t have wine glasses? And can you call yourself a good host if they’re not unique? Okay, maybe that’s taking it too far, but this hand engraved floral stemless wine glass will definitely up your hostess game.
If your home includes a bar counter, stools that stand out are a must. For a comparably modern look, try these stunning dip dyed stools made from reclaimed teak branches.
Asserting your kitchen style is about more than choosing the right cabinet color or tile backsplash. It’s also about cultivating your own personalized palette of interesting and subtle details that tie the whole room together in a style that’s uniquely you.