Best Kitchen Décor Ideas to Create the Most Welcoming Space in Your Home

Best Kitchen Décor Ideas

Best Kitchen Décor Ideas to Create the Most Welcoming Space in Your Home

Surely more than once, you have asked, “What’s going on here?” And it wasn’t because you wanted to know what was cooking. The kitchen has been and is one of the home’s main nuclei, yes, as long as it invites you to have a good time. And that’s what we are for, to teach you all the tricks and that the main ingredients of your kitchen are warmth and well-being.

Kitchen Decor Ideas to Create the Most Welcoming Space

Let’s see, does the word ‘home’ sound like anything to you? Home, bonfire, and even hearth refer to the place where the fire was once lit (it used to be with wood) and that in a house was the place where the kitchen and dining room were located. Now that you know the role that the kitchen has always played (and plays) take advantage of these deco-tips to make yours even warmer and welcoming.


Yes, the rays of our most beloved stars are essential when creating warm spaces. Therefore, having a natural light source is very important to achieve that environment you are looking for in the kitchen.


If you want a warm kitchen, don’t choose cold finishes such as stainless steel for your appliances. What’s more? If you can panela the fridge, the dishwasher and ultimately any appliance to achieve an aesthetic harmony and much more welcoming.


Curtains or blinds on the windows, tea towels to match the decor or even a rug will help create a much more welcoming atmosphere in the kitchen.


As we said, rugs help to texture and shelter spaces. And in the kitchen, they can also help you achieve that point of warmth, especially if you choose a model made with natural fibers.


As always, wood is the warmest material and the most used decoratively speaking since if you introduce elements of this organic material, your kitchen will become warm ipso facto.


Even if you have natural light in the morning, artificial light will play an important role after sunset. It is necessary to have points of light that illuminate the work areas well. Whether with halogen lights or recessed led lights in the ceiling, the important thing is to choose the same light temperature, warm of course.


Always choose warm tones, either in the tiling or on a painted wall (you decide if you want tiles in the kitchen or not).


Yes, the one that gives you good vibes and, as Marie Kondo would say, “Sparks Joy.” That is, it makes you happy. In this type of kitchen, dishes with love and seasoned with a hint of happiness taste better.

The “Living” Kitchen

Exact but very versatile, the combination of kitchen and living room has now reached its maximum diffusion. The newer houses, moreover, lend themselves perfectly to this type of living philosophy. When the kitchen overlooks another room, its design must respond to needs very different from those that dictated the rigor of the “kitchenettes” or the “unique” kitchen environments.

The composition of a kitchen of this type requires a detailed project that allows you to evaluate the environment in its dual role: a place where food is prepared and consumed and that of a place for “conviviality”, where the family gathers and lives. Most of his day. One of the most salient aspects of this type of project lies in knowing how to combine optimally moments of life and living spaces, very different from each other.

The “living” kitchen is almost always developed in a single space, devoid of any separation, or open only enough to make the environment free from visual impediments.

The systems’ position, that is, all those connections necessary for the connections of the modular kitchen, are usually collected in a defined and well-defined space of the room where the appliances and all the other objects useful for food preparation will be placed. Everything else, both what concerns the consumption of food and other daily activities, is usually arranged according to the kitchen’s positioning.

The “Iconic” Cuisine

In this category of cuisine, it is the “sign” that reigns supreme, even if more than “sign” it would be appropriate to speak of “design”. The reason that animates those who choose their kitchen, decide to go beyond the sobriety of minimalism to follow the path of originality, rarely do it for ostentation or unconventionality. But for personal satisfaction that, through the choice of detail. Find the affirmation of one’s innermost ego. Within this path, the drawing, or project, finds its most concrete expression.

Yes, even if it may appear quite strange to someone, even the “kitchen” can sometimes represent an icon, a banner, a flag of their style, for those who love the house in which they live. The kitchen can be “iconic” in different ways and through different characteristics.

There are kitchens equipped with hoods or appliances so special that they become the key to the project they belong to. Some kitchens become iconic even just for their arrangement within the space they are housed and how they allow you to take advantage of the surrounding environment. The photographed case of the central island counter version may already be significant enough for this type of customization.

The “Total White” Kitchen

When we talk about “Total White” kitchens, the minimalist kitchens that sometimes characterize the environments of the most modern houses built around the end of the second millennium often come to mind. In reality, a “Total White” kitchen can also be very different, with characteristics that can also be in some ways much more interesting than the usual ones.

An example can be found in the kitchen opposite, endowed with a strong personality and very evident originality despite its extreme simplicity. The design principle is easy to recognize: it is a “classic” framed door. Therefore, the composition photographed perfectly explains that even a kitchen very characterized by evident decorative elements, such as the doors with which it is equipped, can be declined in a completely white version, capable of making it very light and elegant.

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