There are so many ways that you can use fabric and textiles in your kitchen. Here we explore how to use fabric and textiles alongside bespoke home furniture in the busiest room in the house.
There are so many ways that you can use fabric and textiles in your kitchen to create that homely feel. Choose the colours and fabrics that match your mood and style of kitchen to create something that is truly unique. When it comes to using fabric as part of a bespoke home design then pretty much anything goes. Below we explore how to use fabric and textiles alongside bespoke home furniture in your kitchen.
Consider an accent wall
An accent wall can give a kitchen ‘The Wow Factor’! You could paint the wall, but using a distinctive patterned wallpaper gives you so many more options when it comes to colour schemes. You can make a really bold statement and give a luxurious feel to your bespoke kitchen with some of the wallpapers that are presently available.
A Roman blind made from fabric
Why not make a roman shade to cover any small windows in your kitchen? They are very easy to make or buy, and you can choose your own colour and style of fabric. Checks and flower prints both work well in the kitchen.
Use a rug
Rugs not only make your kitchen appear more homely, but they are useful for keeping bare feet warm on cold tiles or stone flags. Place a thick woven rug in striking stripes under the breakfast table.
Create a fabric pinboard
Every family kitchen needs a noticeboard, so why not make your own fabric pinboard? Simply buy a large corkboard, cover with your choice of material and use decorative tape as a border. You can change the fabric cover to match the time of year.