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Handy hints for accessorising your kitchen

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The kitchen is busiest space in the home, it endures family, friends plus numerous get-togethers and festivities. For this reason, the kitchen can also become a space that ages faster than other rooms in the house. To keep your kitchen looking up-to-date and stylish, consider accessorising it with sophisticated accoutrements0—it will provide a quick and relatively inexpensive decorative facelift. But where to start? Decorating or accessorising a kitchen space can be a daunting and difficult task, and with so many diverse items on the market, it can seem tricky knowing which will be the right trappings and trimmings for your domestic space. Take a look at the following helpful hints below, and ensure you beautify your kitchen space cleverly and efficiently.

Quality over quantity

When accessorising your kitchen it is important to employ the mantra of quality over quantity. We have all had an item or accessory that, when purchased hastily or without thought, has turned out to be an inconvenient piece of home decoration. Even worse than that, accessories of poor quality end up costing us money in the long run, as we then have to replace or repair the item, later down the track. This example is a perfect illustration of a well-coordinated kitchen. From the stylish herb garden, to the stainless steel appliances, this space matches, is high quality and presents an ideal style to emulate when designing your own space.

Colourful ceramics

If you are looking to brighten your kitchen space, along with some stylish and crisp white crockery, why not implement some colourful elements as well? These gorgeous handmade cups inject a little subtle cheer into your kitchen space and ensure the area is not boring, but instead bright and lively.

A little foliage

The key to accessorising your kitchen is to pick items that will not only look great, but have a stylish practicality as well. You want your cooking space to be a useable and efficient space, there is no point adding gorgeous ornamentation if it is just going to cause mess and disorder within the space later. Try accessories that are smart and helpful such as some greenery—you can create a little indoor green wall that will inject the area with freshness and vibrancy, or alternatively, a herb garden that can contribute to your cooking and meal preparation.

Pretty linens

Plot to Plate tea towels by Kate Farley: modern  by Kate Farley, Modern
Kate Farley

Plot to Plate tea towels by Kate Farley

Kate Farley

Don’t forget the linen! Attractive linen for this kitchen is one of the more important accessories, and often one that gets neglected. Choose a natural fabric such as cotton or linen, as they can be washed at high temperatures, as when they are being used in the kitchen, will undoubtedly attract stains and stains

Handy add-ons

These days there are countless smart and innovative inventions to make life easier and your home more efficient. Take a look at this excellent bottle holder, no longer will you have to stockpile mineral water in your pantry, but instead have it at the ready for guests and dinner parties.

The fruit bowl

country  by DDuM, Country

Every kitchen needs a fruit bowl—it is an essential accessory that can transform your interior space whilst providing an easy way to display your fruit. Not only will you be more likely to eat the fruit, but it won’t rot away in the bottom of your fridge. Try incorporating different elements to your bowl as well, such as nuts, or perhaps legumes.

Convenient must-haves

There are a number of must-haves for a kitchen—a robust rubbish bin system, a set of good knives, or perhaps a collection of delightful drinkware. Along with these essentials, is a great collection of dried herbs and spices. But where to store all of the delicious powdery kitchen prerequisites? A magnetic set of spice holders is one of the best ways to ensure you see everything you have, with easy access, and a stylish appearance. Ensure you keep everything in its right place, and choose long-lasting good quality canisters and containers for all of your kitchen dried goods.

What is your favourite kitchen accessory? Let us know in the comments below
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