For many, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the place where families come together for food, conversation, or simply to gather. Given this, there’s no better place to hang framed art prints to pull together a design scheme, to help create a warm and inviting atmosphere, or as a conversation piece for family, friends, and guests to admire. Kitchen designs tend to rely on a mixture of functionality and personal taste, but there’s always a place for art in the decor. Here are some ideas on how to decorate your kitchen with framed art prints.
Art for a Tuscan Kitchen
Tuscan decor is grounded in simplicity, functionality, and comfort, and thus is an ideal choice for a kitchen. This Italian-inspired design style relies on warm earthy colors, mosaic and colored tiles, and natural materials for counters and flooring. Tuscan kitchen art should likewise be simple yet rich in color. The framed art print Tuscan Textures by Studio Voltaire is the perfect complement to this style of decor. Its tile-like forms are replete with texture and simple designs rich in the colors of Tuscany: burnt oranges, golden yellows, and rich terracotta, mixed with browns, burgundies, and olive greens. With such a palette of colors to choose from, one can easily coordinate cabinets, countertops, flooring, and accents with this Mediterranean-style print.