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The Art of Incorporating Artwork in Kitchens & Baths

Posted on June 22, 2012 by jlamberski

A compelling piece of art can be the finishing touch that turns an entire kitchen or bath design into a work of art itself. Art can also add a personal touch that is all your own; it customizes interiors to speak about your personality, interests and hobbies. And while hanging artwork in your kitchen or bath may sound like a do-it-yourself job, it requires a little more than simple handiness.

One of the main benefits of hiring a professional kitchen and bath designer is their ability to see and manipulate how colors, textures and objects interact and work together in a space; and this includes artwork. A designer will be able to choose the type of artwork and the location that will work for your interiors. Let’s take a look at how the certified kitchen designers at Kd. in Colorado use artwork to add aesthetic value to a space.


This simple black and white portrait beautifully ties together the black details throughout the kitchen while also creating a gorgeous focal point in conjunction with the fireplace. 

This simple yet eye-catching piece of yellow modern art creates an instant focal point that sets the tone and complements the warm tones of the wood throughout the kitchen. 

For additional inspiration, here are some other kitchen and bath designs we came across online that exemplify how art can work for interiors when it is implemented using professional design techniques.


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If these works of art inspire you to consider a kitchen or bath redesign and remodel, contact the certified designers at Kd. in Denver and Littleton, Colorado by calling 888.460.4496.



Photo Credits:
1) By Kitchen Distributors
2) By Kitchen Distributors
3) Via Bulthaup
4) By WL Interiors
5) By Wheeler Kearns Architects
6) By Brownhouse Design
7) By Nirmada & Fletcher Photography
8) By Zieba Builders, Inc.

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