7 ingredients for a well-styled kitchen
Studio Mcgee shares their foolproof kitchen design tips for styling your kitchen.
Published May 4, 2015 3:00 PM
In our opinion, the best kitchens are those that look like the homeowners actually cook! Whether your kitchen is dated, classic, modern, or trendy, styling adds much-appreciated warmth and personality. Nothing beats having friends and family gather in the kitchen to chat and eat, so make it inviting!
We have developed 8 simple ingredients for a well-styled kitchen:
Create groupings on your counters to avoid clutter everywhere. This can be achieved by corralling similar items and using trays.
Incorporate jars and canisters for additional storage. We use these to store everything from flour and sugar to making snacks more easily accessible.
Use natural wood tones with cutting boards and bowls to add warmth and character. Whenever we see a good bread board, we pick it up! They look great layered and leaned against the backsplash.
Always put a crock for spoons by the stove – it’s practical and looks great too!
Whether you have glass front cabinets or open shelves, stack plates and line your glasses in rows.
Add a rug by the sink. Antique rugs are our favorite look in the kitchen.
Use fruit, potted plants and fresh cut flowers to add color and life.