Turn Your Kitchen into Italian Kitchen

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The kitchen is one of the most important parts of our house. How could it not? This is where we start our day and possibly where we end it before we go to sleep. That is why decorating it will be a great idea. Here, we have a good idea for your kitchen: decorating it with Italian style. When you see Italian kitchen décor, what is the first thing that comes out of your mind? Is it a breath-taking image of rustic style kitchen which reminds you of countryside Italia? Well, the style is not too far off from that.

In this article, we will present to you some of Italian kitchen style ideas. We will tell you about what you can do to your kitchen so you will have an Italian-style kitchen. There are many things you can do. Don’t worry. They are easy to do. So, without further ado, let’s see what you can do to make your kitchen a lot more appealing.

If you want an Italian-style kitchen, use rustic color as the main color in your kitchen. By rustic color we mean earth tones, green colors, blues and rich gold. These colors are commonly found in the Italian countryside. To give more warmth in the room, you can also use yellow, orange or deep red as well. You can add Italian kitchen appliances to emphasize the rustic theme of your kitchen although it is not a must.

Natural Features
You can accentuate the rustic color of your choosing with natural features. For instance, you can use ceiling beams. No need to worry. You don’t have to use wood if you want to keep the cost down. Instead of wood, you can use decorative faux beams, many of which come with rustic style. These decorative faux beams not only are lighter than a wood one but also available in several finishes as well.

The natural features don’t begin and end with beams, though. You can apply it to flooring and countertops in your kitchen. Terracotta, granite, slate or stone flooring/countertops will certainly give a more Italian feel.

Another important part is lighting. To maximize the Italian kitchen set in the room, you can add wrought iron fixtures lightings. If you want, you can turn your kitchen’s lighting into a focal point. For this, you will need a lighting that features a distressed look, dark rusted iron or elegant scroll work.

Last but certainly not least, furniture. For the furniture, here’s the tip: choose one that looks it belongs to you for generations. That’s right. Furniture who gives off the feeling of being lost in time will certainly be great for your kitchen. For example, you can add a large, wooden table with wooden chairs featuring rush woven seats.

So, are you ready to shop for Italian kitchen set? These are the main features of the Italian-style kitchen. Obviously, you don’t need to follow it to the letter. Maybe you want to add your personal touch to it and make it more “you” while at the same time giving an Italian vibe. What do you think?