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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.

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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.

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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.


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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.

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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.

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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.

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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