Do you dare hang fine art in the Kitchen?
I won’t even pause before sharing my opinion- YES!!! Each of these kitchens is beautiful on it’s own but there’s something so elegant about turning it into gallery space. It’s throwing caution to the wind and making the stance that this room should be just as refined as any other- we do spend much of our time in there after all!
I am in love the contrast of this serene oil painting above utilitarian stainless appliances (and that love is only intensified by the countless other gorgeous features- the marble countertops, wall mounted faucet and glass doors to name a few!).
I’ve posted on this Rozanne Jackson kitchen before and it still remains one of my favorite spaces. The contrast, the colors, and the painting itself are so clean and refreshing.
The gilded frame on this oil painting is really eye catching in the midst of this bold and country inspired kitchen.
The dark moody oil painting and classy glass chandelier give this kitchen has instant pedigree . Everything in this space feels so sculptural.
This kitchen is lucky enough to have gorgeous exposed brick to enhance it’s lofty chic feeling. The artwork is not just hung on the wall but also layered and propped on the countertop for a more casual effect.
Handsome black walls really make this collection of silver framed art pop. If you picture this being the kitchen of a classy French style-maker then you are right! This is the Paris kitchen of designer Frederic Mechiche.
Designer Phoebe Howard didn’t overlook this cozy corner…. instead she made it a surprising focal point.
Long on art and short on walls? This kitchen has taken take full advantage of it’s height and gone floor to ceiling with framed pieces. You can easily forget that the functional purpose of this room is to prepare food instead of to admire the artwork!