You don’t need to confine your culinary prints to the kitchen. How about hanging a few elegant prints of herbs above your breakfast table? These ones are by Etsy shop colorZen.
French artist Sandra Ovono makes the loveliest, delicate illustrations of animals and plants. Her beautiful water colours of herbs will look fabulous in your kitchen.
Even if you’re more of a minimalist, you can find culinary illustrations that will suit your interior. How about these wonderful ones of kitchen tools? They’re simple but stylish and add a dash of colour.
Create a little still life in your kitchen by surrounding a cool herb print with trinkets such as candles, antique tins and plants. It will create a fun, cosy atmosphere. This print is by PeanutoakPrint.
Here are more cute little kitchen corners. Match earthenware and glass in pastel colours with a print (the spoon one’s by Evajuliet) and good looking kitchen utensils. The dark frames add a touch of class.
Have a few favourite dishes you’re making again and again? Keep them in view permanently by hanging illustrations of your beloved recipes. These prints are by artist Felicita Sala.
Spice up a corner of your kitchen by painting the wall in a pretty colour and hanging a few prints. These ones make quite the impression, with their heavy dark frames and silhouettes on old book pages.
If you’re inspired by illustrations, you can keep that artistic vibe in other ways. Choose beautifully packaged products to display, pick striking tableware and add cool lettering to your pots.
Images from: pinterest.com, etsy.com, bourbondaisy.tumblr.com, sandraovono.com, evajuliet.com, felicitasala.com, whiteandothercolors.tumblr.com
Add interest to a dining room with a picture that tells a story. This artwork brings life, creativity and inspiration. The simple white frame is used is the perfect roommate for the Eero Saarinen tulip table from the 1960’s.
With a picture of sunny bay you’ll feel like you’re on a permanent holiday. Choose a white frame for maximum brightness. Combine with a white vintage cabinet and a colourful carpet to create the perfect summery atmosphere.
A beach with sunbathing and swimming people makes for a cool and fascinating image. So why not choose two? Anyone who enters this room will immediately be drawn to it. Again, white frames are the best choice.
Real sea lovers might go all the way with an impressive wall mural like this. Perfect for coastal homes, though it’s great for an urban apartment too.
Want a place to curl up in when it’s cold? Choose some pics of wintery seas and shores, and a vintage armchair with a lovely throw. The red and rusty shades of the vintage carpet add a feeling of warmth.
A boring white corridor can easily be transformed into a fun place. The only thing you need is a picture of a bright blue sea and an old wooden bench. Choose a wooden frame for the perfect pairing.
For a sitting room that makes you think of a beach house: keep it white, keep it simple. Choose furniture made of natural wood and fabrics in blue shades. Hang a framed picture of a quiet tropical sea. Now, dream away.
A beach vista in soft colours will bring calm to a room. It’s also a great, unexpected match for antique furniture. In a bedroom with bedding in natural tones it will create an even more zen-like atmosphere
Images from: domino.com, damselindior.com, blacklacquerdesign.com, artifactuprising.com, mydomaine.com, ciaonewportbeach.blogspot.com, graymalin.com, thedesignfiles.net, kararosenlund.com.