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