Beach Kitchen Decor
The kitchen is one of the most important parts of the house and should also be kept place and always in spic and span because everything edible is made in this part of the house. To create a breezy, fresh and welcoming kitchen, then you can decorate it with beach kitchen decor. There are some good beach kitchen decor that you can use. The shades of all things beachy blend harmoniously in a calm kitchen with bleached plank or terra-cotta tile floors, whitewashed board-covered walls, and cabinets and a range hood painted in the softest tide-pool celadon or new-seaweed green. The understated color scheme is enough to evoke the mildest summer scene out past the dunes, with sensible butcher-block counters mimicking the hues of cattails or sand, and white slatted shutters letting in shafts of light. A brushed stainless stove and refrigerator glint can be a good choice. Then, keep your rugged coastal kitchen shipshape and nautical with a red, white and blue treatment that plays off natural materials and antique models of sailing vessels.
Polished cherry wood floors and a large cherry wood cupboard that serves as a pantry supply the gleam of red. White walls, cabinets, ceiling and trim sparkle, bright as traces of spume on the dark rollers outside the windows. A hanging pot rack displays blue enamel cookware and a few burnished copper pots. The shelf high over the sink is a pedestal for model clipper ships and pond yacht sloops with real canvas sails. Add another beach kitchen decor such as potholders and dish towels in navy, printed or embroidered with white anchors, sand dollars or seahorses.