Guide To Decorate Kitchen Wall

Decorating the kitchen can be challenging task.Well and attractive decoration of your kitchen depends on your taste and  the amount of the budget you want spend.Most people likes to do simple painting on the kitchen wall where some likes to place some attractive things like poster,painting or shelfs on the kitchen wall.Which one you want?

Happy Coloring

Doing the painting, the kitchen is different from other parts of the house, and in many ways, it’s a more forgiving canvas than that of the bedrooms or living room because you’re dealing with limited wall space. Yet predictably, you pay the price in another way: cleaning and prep work. It’s important to choose your kitchen paint colors wisely and with care since it’s a room that most people spend much time in.

The best kitchen colors tend to have a high visual impact and align with the idea of food and eating. For instance, blue tends to be one of the worst colors for a kitchen because there are few truly blue foods and because research has found that blue dulls the appetite.Think of paint finishes as you might the spectrum of colors on a paint fan. Except in this instance, the spectrum isn’t colors but gradations of glossiness.Which is the best paint finish for the kitchen? Satin and semi-gloss, ranking in the middle of that spectrum, perform best in the kitchen: glossy enough to be wiped down but flat enough to hide imperfections in the surface.
Cabinets, which are typically white or wood tones, take up a lot of visual real estate in a kitchen. Next come the white, black, or gray stainless-steel appliance faces. If you want to inject some color into your kitchen, wall decor is your next option. Fill the backsplash with bright tiles. Hang a collection of festive plates on the wall. Look for artwork or photographs that feature a bold palette. For an original idea, stretch tea towels in splashy hues across the frames of painting canvases, and hang a trio side-by-side. You can find these wood frames in crafts stores; simply wrap and staple the towels—or other fabric scraps—to the back.

Won The Kitchen

Since you spend a sizable amount of time in the kitchen, why not have it speak to—and about—you. Make personal statements on the walls with letter monograms or signage that spells out “Welcome to the Smiths’ Kitchen” or “Enjoy Leslie’s Cooking.”  You can also order vinyl wall decals in a variety of sayings, or write your own and pick the font and color. For something even more customizable, coat a portion of one wall with chalkboard or whiteboard paint, then scribble and draw to your heart’s content.

Lovely Wares

There’s a timeless notion that utility items should be pretty, and pretty things should be useful. This is especially true in a kitchen. If you need a wall clock, choose one with a decorative frame. Create an orderly display out of your utensils using an organizer system. Mount a peg rack and use it to show off kitschy coffee mugs snagged by their handles. Attach pot-hanging rods to the wall, and then hook your shiniest, best looking saucepans to them. Even open shelves that hold a colorful assortment of pitchers or plates can be an artistic focal point on the wall if arranged and edited carefully.

Placing Things

Things like framed prints and posters and other traditional forms of wall decor also work well in a kitchen. With plenty of cooking and cleaning going on in the space, placement is paramount. Hang delicate or paper-based wall decor in places where it is out of the line of fire from sauce splatters and water splashes. Consider your soffit (the space between the cabinets and the ceiling) as a prime placement for wall art, too.