Published at Thursday, August 24th 2017. by Adalhard Fleury in Kitchen.
Kitchens come in all shapes and sizes, but there's no denying the room is the heart of a home. Some of the most delightful kitchens I've been in have windows that let in natural light. but those windows have some sort of special factor that sets them apart from other windows in the home.
The kitchen is the perfect place to take some window risks, in my opinion, because it's kind of an everything‐room. It can be both an industrial and no‐nonsense space while major baking is going on, but it can also just as easily be the place where finger‐painting and late‐night cake eating takes place.
Yes, the kitchen is a special room in the house. Which is why you should take some thought into setting it apart. Here'r some ideas of what you could do with your kitchen windows, if you wanted: ntroduce color! These green shelves work seamlessly with the bright green window trim, in‐conjunction with they provide a delightfully eclectic space for kitchen window bits.
The shelves are a perfect place to grow herbs, store (small) cookbooks, and display quaint eating pieces like teacups or other eclectic collections. This is a great use of kitchen window space if the view is less than desirable, particularly because the shelved treasures take center stage and are constantly highlighted with the best kind of light: natural.
Consider incorporating a privacy divider that doesn't inhibit the view. If you're lucky enough to have large kitchen windows, chances are you love the natural light they provide but may be less enthusiastic about the neighbors seeing the occasional sinkful of dirty dishes.
Installing some sort of screen or guard, such as these swinging shutters or even a simple curtain on a rod hung partway up the window, will increase your privacy without taking away the light with view you love. I think I could wash dishes at this lovely kitchen sink all day it doesn't hurt that the apron sink itself is one of my favorite things!
If you're so inclined, and if your beautiful kitchen window setup allow's, let the window shine, all on its own. Of course, decorative corbels flanking the window in‐conjunction with a perfectly minimalist hanging pendant help to give a clean, thoughtful, and stylistic vibe to the view as well. I love the combination of terracotta and metal plant pots ‐ a mixture of earthiness and industrial, which is a great touch to any kitchen space.
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