The kitchen is the room that pays attention to details and it’s the space that needs to look inviting, functional and easy to work with. It’s why adding some striking features in the kitchen can be a welcomed detail that would completely change the atmosphere. There are many kitchen decorating ideas that would work here. The window is perhaps the most common idea. In it case, the window features a pair of sconces that light up and a small table or an island that can serve as a kitchen island.
Even though it’s less common than the kitchenlights that light up, window shutters are a nice and interesting accent feature that, in a way, connects everything.
There are many advantages associated with having a kitchen window. One of them is related to the natural ventilation. In addition, it would also be perfect from an aesthetic point of view.
This is perhaps one of the most beautiful types of windows. The contrast between the white exterior and the gentle shade of green and the beautiful interior is the best part of the whole arrangement.
Whether it’s lined with sconce heaters or not, a kitchen window is a feature that adds character and comfort to an interior setting. And although it’s not compulsory for the window to have a windowus, it’s a nice idea to allow it to stand out somehow.
The views from the kitchen window would have to be dim for a better immersion and a dark shade would be best-suited for the kitchen. Of course, we’re not talking about case-glazing-thermal effect. We’re talking about decorating the window with hangable decorations.
Inspiring modern interiors that use too-high-gloss surfaces or windows with hangable curtains, curtains are often used as space dividers. But if you want, you can even use them that way.
When placed in the corner or slightly opposite the main body of the window, like in this case, they offer some extra privacy and they’re also usually used to create dynamic abstract visual effects.
Another frequently used feature in kitchen windows is the accent lighting. They’re great for casting focused beams of light onto the walls when the ceiling light is off, creating a warm and cozy atmosphere.
Warm colors are usually a part of a successful kitchen’s décor and can be used to create cozy urban spaces, as exemplified here by Missoni Home.
The color palette of this charming kitchen is focused on shades of brown and copper, colors which complement each other and which are usually neutral. However, the wood accents really bring out the beauty in the white walls and furniture.
The windows are not always as large as those used in traditional interior designs. It can be possible to play with dimensions and to add more visual interest to the windows without giving up privacy or storage capacity.
The windows are a great resource which you can use in your favor. In the kitchen, you can use them to add lateral shades, to frame the dishes and to add texture to the décor in general.
Another common place for windows to add texture is on the walls. Linen logs or paints can really add drama to a kitchen where the views are on the main priority.