Love kitchen decorating ideas? Then I’ve got you covered. These pretty ideas are inspiring no matter if you have a huge space to cook in, or a tiny apartment – every one of these beautiful spaces has big style, something you can take away and use in your own space. While some of the kitchen ideas below are from high end houses, others are from apartments, but the key is to look at the details to get ideas for your own space.
24 Kitchen Decorating Ideas
I love the mixture of the warm wood and the more modern feel – and that painting in the background really catches your eye.
The detail on the island could easily be replicated with some posts found at the hardware store.
The details on the upper cabinets – they take up every inch so there’s no wasted space.
Traditional style is classic and timeless – so don’t fret if you’re not a risk taker.
If you’ve got a small space, make those appliances seem bigger with unique style.
Mixing textures (tile backsplash, brick wall, wood counters) can bring a lot of interest.
Don’t shy away from bright colors – they can add a lot to a small space.
White cabinets with a gray island is a great way to mix and match.
Keep things simple, yet bring the kitchen up a notch with bold window treatments.
Love retro? Take it all the way. The lights are a sweet touch to this kitschy space.
Bring in textures with accessories like in this farmhouse style kitchen (also, I’m taking a note to add a bicycle to my kitchen – ha!)
Break up white cabinets and white counters with a band of wood tone (such a smart way to add interest!)
Go bold with modern black and white (in other words, be a risk taker!)
A curved island is such a pretty change in a traditional kitchen.
This kitchen gets modern *just* right, with a mix of wood, white and industrial style touches.
Lighting can make all the difference – these pendants are the best part of this space.
If you’re going all out, don’t be shy. This room is beautiful (even if it isn’t my style).
Sometimes simple is the best.
A tiny bit of color goes a long way.
Small spaces can be neat and organized, yet still have great style if you pick the right elements.
Let the dining space nod to the kitchen without replicating it.
It doesn’t have to be fancy to be beautiful.
And a bit of coastal is always a good idea.
Which kitchen do you love most?