I am very careful/hesitant when picking our kitchen wall decor because I never want to overwhelm or crowd an already fantastic design with too many knickknacks. I think it is so important to choose wisely when selecting wall art decor, especially in such a room like a kitchen that can quickly become crowded and over cluttered. In this kitchen we started small, first with some greenery on top of the crisp white cabinets in order to bring a contrasting shade near the ceiling to draw the eye upwards and give the illusion of more height. In addition to the greenery, I did add a couple of larger wall decor paintings in the transitional space between the kitchen and rest of the living area in order to provide some extra color without having to place it in the actual space.
Finding the right balance of kitchen wall decor that adds to the style without overwhelming the entire space is a careful balance. Most kitchen wall decor ideas that I see either feature too much clutter or not enough design. I think that this homeowner achieved the perfect level of decor in their space. The unique nature-inspired metal artwork climbing up the wall is a nice subtle touch that draws the eyes upwards and makes the room seem taller and larger than it is. Plus the provide a nice touch of color against the neutral sage green walls without being too bold. I think that these are the best kitchen colors to use in a space like this with ashy dark cabinets and grey accents.
This designer did a fantastic job choosing kitchen wall decor that brightens up the space and gives it some personality. I find that too often house decoration is a bit "blah" and lacking in any run or whimsy. Robots don't live in these homes, but instead real live humans with vibrancy, personality and quirks. That is what I want my interior designs to reflect. I love the kitchen wall art decor in this space because it is bright and colorful, and each piece makes you want to walk up and inspect it further. It makes the kitchen and adjacent living areas very welcoming and enjoyable to spend time in (as they should be).
I love how simple yet chick the kitchen wall decor in this home is. With large open floor plans like this, it is easy for a space to feel cluttered and overwhelmed by the many decorative elements that are not only used throughout kitchen decor ideas, but all of the items in the living and dining rooms as well. It takes skill and finesse to pick and choose the right accent pieces (whether that be decorative trinkets, lighting, or textiles) that carry on your color palette and theme without crowding the space. This designer chose to keep the home wall decor quite simple, limiting it to ceramic urns with blue and metal accents, that coordinate well with the countertops and pendant lights hung over the island.
I think that this kitchen wall decor is just so charming and on theme. This designer did an exceptional job incorporating French country kitchen decor in a way that remains elegant and posh, without looking cliche or too rustic. I love the use of wedgewood blue cabinets as an unexpected neutral backdrop to this vibrant space. Although on paper it would seem like a bright color, the soft blue shade actually provides a great foundation to the other bolder areas of the design. I think that this is a characteristic of the best kitchen paint colors because they have a singular style in their own right, but can fade into the background and help the many elements of this room come together nicely.
The kitchen wall decor game in this home is so strong. I love how they went super modern and trendy with their kitchen wall art to accentuate the awesome industrial style cabinetry and center island. This room feels like a cross between a cool game room, green house, and the coziest kitchen, and I believe that they owe it all to the decorative accents they chose. It takes true skill to evoke a style or a feeling without screaming it through bold artwork or colors. Their modern wall decor is subtle and in monochromatic neutral shades, but manages to make a large statement in a way that does not overwhelm the design. Plus, I really like how they used the same shades as the statement island, in order to tie in the beautiful charcoal grey marbled pattern on the granite.