23rd May 2019
How To Upgrade Your Kitchen
Everyone knows that the kitchen is the heart of the home, but decorating yours uniquely can be a chore. We’ve compiled a guide to some of the easiest and most stylish ways to give your kitchen that personal touch to impress guests, at dinner parties and over coffee.
If you’re a fan of the pastel kitchen trend, you’re probably aware of SMEG – but they don’t just make fridges! Their great range of kitchen appliances are available in a colour for every mood, but we think this pastel pink food blender would be a great addition to any delicately decorated kitchen space.
For tableware, anthropologie has got you covered. We love the individual design of these pastel pink dinner plates, though other colours are available and matching side plates and bowls are available to complete your kitchen.
Anthropologie – £22.00
What every kitchen needs is storage. We love the sage green colour of this stoneware jar, a perfect complement to your pastel paradise!
Habitat – £15.00
A kitchen completed with modern metallics can look effortlessly sleek and this clear panelled toaster will leave a lasting impression as well as making burnt toast a thing of the past. Stylish and functional, what’s not to love?
Amazon – £160.00
It’s the little touches which really make a house a home, and these hammered metal charger plates will ensure your dinner table is complete and ready for entertaining.
Zara Home – £29.99
Turn your kitchen into the real hub of your home with this neon bar sign which is sure to draw attention and give your kitchen walls a face-lift.
Oliver Bonas – £75.00
The showstopper of your kitchen need not be an unused appliance gathering dust. This SMEG Dolce & Gabbana designed kettle is a unique addition to any functional kitchen. Its warm colours and bold mediterranean pattern are eye-catching and sure to be the envy of all your coffee-time visitors.
Dolce & Gabbana – £499.95
We bet you’ve never seen a two in one oil and vinegar bottle like this before! Quirky, colourful and totally different, this is the table accessory you didn’t know you needed.
Oliver Bonas – £18.00
A perfect space-saving storage solution, this antique brass wall frame is perfect for displaying your favourite items without cluttering your surfaces. The baskets are easily adjustable so you can really make it your own.
Rose and Grey – £75.00
Life is too short to drink bad coffee. We know that. The Nespresso Lattissima one in silky white guarantees a perfect latte every time and looks great in a minimalist monochrome kitchen.
Nespresso – £219.99
This distinctive 12-piece dinner set, exclusive to habitat, is made in Portugal from stoneware and hand-glazed to make each piece unique. We think the stylish striped pattern is a welcome warming change to traditional plain monochrome designs.
Habitat – £66.50
It can be worth investing in a storage solution if it’s going to become a feature in your home and this chic bar cart has a touch of art deco which is will make a great addition to any living space. A touch of elegance without the opulence.
Urban Outfitters – £200.00