One Kitchen, Three Ways
Infuse your cook space with curated style fit for a chef with inspiration from one of our designer-worthy looks.
Look #1: Hues of Blue
A bold-hued window treatment can completely transform the look and feel of your space. Paired with pretty decorative accents, versatile blue cellular shades infuse this neutral kitchen with a boost of cool, trendy color while offering much-needed privacy and light control.
Choose the Right Window Treatment
Lighting is key in great kitchen design. Top down, bottom up cellular shades allow you to let in as much or as little light as you like and also help insulate and control temperature.
Classic blue Delftware-inspired dishes and soap dispensers are a subtle, pretty complement to bold blue window treatments.
Shades of Blue
Continue the cool blue theme throughout your space by filling open shelves with dishes and other kitchen accessories in varying shades of cyan, royal and navy blue.
Attention to Detail
Subtly incorporate color in small decorative accents like hand towels and cake stands.
Look #2: Farmhouse
Repurposed treasures, neutral hues and natural textures are the staples of this cozy, homespun look.
Choose Neutral Hues
Neutral-hued focal pieces such as window treatments and appliances create a simple, streamlined look while keeping the room's focus on rustic texture and antique decorative items.
Go Bright + Vintage
Repurposed, galvanized storage containers and dishes in clean white hues are must-haves in a farmhouse kitchen. And don't forget a pitcher of fresh flowers by the window!
If your kitchen is lacking natural wood architectural detail, incorporate rustic texture through serving bowls, cutting boards, woven baskets and more.
Look #3: Colorful + Collected
Popping with bright primary colors, this energetic cook space is equal parts stylish and spicy.
Set the Stage With Primary Colors
Start with a bold window treatment in a daring primary color like tomato red.
Display Festive Finds
Fill open shelves with stacks of dishes and decor in fun patterns and varying shades of primary colors: yellow, red and blue.
Choose bold utility pieces like this spicy red tea kettle.