They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, and we couldn’t agree more. As the holiday season gets closer, we’re spending more time in our kitchens, making food, gathering with our families, and creating memories.
Recently, we had to chance to re-style a kitchen we designed years ago for McGee & Co.’s 2020 Winter Catalogue, and we’re excited to share the details with you today!
In this space, we implemented a few fool-proof ways to elevate a kitchen; here are some of our favorites:
If you’re hesitant to style a rug in your kitchen, we get it! Kitchens are high-traffic areas that typically involve frequent spills and happy accidents. However, the right runner adds so much warmth and texture to the kitchen, and using a piece made with a highly-durable material like wool can actually make clean up time simpler.
In this space, we used a new hand-knotted rug from McGee & Co. with a great deep, blue hue and intricate design that brings a feeling of time-worn character to the look.
Shop the Anya Indigo Rug here.
Incorporating eye-catching designer-details into your seating pieces is one of the easiest ways to add a layer of thoughtfulness to any kitchen or dining look.
Whether it’s a warm leather wrap or a subtle woven detail, textural seating elements instantly bring more interest and dimension to your space.
We added texture and tone in the dining room with two of our newest kitchen pieces from McGee & Co., our Dansen Dining Chair, and Hansen Dining table.
Click here for tips on mixing kitchen stools and dining chairs in an open concept living space.
When it comes to kitchen styling, it’s all about the little details that bring both personality and functionality to your space. We love adding vintage-inspired art, textural cutting boards, and pretty serveware to open shelving and countertop surfaces.
In this look, we styled the open shelving with a mix of special-occasion ware like hand-made ceramic pitchers and everyday basics like glassware and porcelain plates to create a lived-in yet refined feeling.
One of our favorite ways to add functional beauty to the kitchen is by styling a tray or pedestal next to the stove or sink to keep olive oil, salt, pepper, or other frequently used necessities.
Click here to shop the entire kitchen look on McGee & Co.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.