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Kitchen design ideas - Get the look with Livette's wallpaper

How to accomplish major changes  in your kitchen interior with little effort? Wallpaper is the answer, at least if you ask me. The installation is easy and the final look is amazing. Wallpaper is also not as major commitment as for example tiles, that are put up to stay there. Wallpaper can be permanent solution or a temporary accent that can be changed in a while to give the interior a different feel. I have gathered few inspirational images of exquisite kitchen interiors and I am going to suggest how to accomplish the look using Livette’s wallpaper designs.

Backsplash

Every kitchen, even the smallest one, has a backsplash. In this interior this seasons trendiest coral color is used, mixed with copper details and grey accents. For this look I am presenting one of the designs from Azulejos collection in custom Flamingo color, from our bright and modern color palette. The inspiration behind this collection was a form of Portuguese (and Spanish) hand-painted tin-glazed ceramic tile works, exactly what we need for this kitchen look.

Kitchen interior with coral backsplash and grey and copper accents

 

Accent wall

If your kitchen space is bigger you might find a wall that could work as an accent wall. This interior has very subtle greys used for the whole look. What I am putting emphasis on is the gorgeous terrazzo backwall. Grey is perfect background, but chosen finish still draws attention to it. Ideal example of how you don't need bright colors to make accent wall stand out. I am offering our very own terrazzo inspired design for this look. Customised grey background with speckles in different shades of grey.
Grey kitchen interior using terrazzo removable wallpaper for accent

 

Cabinet backwall

Your kitchen has cabinets with glass doors? You are in for a DIY project to upgrade your kitchens design to a little bit more extra. The particular project I have chosen for inspiration has wood panelling at the back of cabinets. Wood makes any interior warmer and more homey. It is very clean and classy.  In this case the warm toned wood makes neat contrast to the cool marble used for backsplash and countertop and the crisp white used for cabinets. I trust we have accomplished the same natural wood feel with our plank inspired removable wallpaper

Kitchen cabinet decoartion with wood panelling

Kitchen Island

If you are lucky enough to have a spacious kitchen, island is very practical part of it. But it can (and should) definitely work as a decorative element as well. The kitchen island in my chosen inspiration photo is perfect example. Subway tiles with black grouting where used to attain this look. I can't think of more classic kitchen interior detail. This classic look can be also accomplished using our Herringbone tile removable wallpaper. If you have gone for a more bright color scheme in your kitchen, but still like the style, the colors of the wallpaper can be customised to fit your needs. 

 

Kitchen island with herringbone tile removable wallpaper

Accent ceiling

Let’s put is this way - for this kitchen the designers have almost stepped outside the box. Literally. They have used the one plane that usually is left plain and boring. Decorating ceiling comes into fashion once in a while. In this particular interior ceiling has been made an accent, allowing rest of the interior stay slightly understated, perfect for a busy space as kitchen is. I have absolutely fallen in love with this idea, so I am offering our very own take on dark floral peony design in  removable wallpaper design. The pattern scale can be doubled in size to achieve the dramatic look. 

Kitchen with dark floral accent ceiling

Did any of these timeless interiors catch you attention? Have you already started planning your next interior update? If you have any questions about Livette's wallpaper feel free to to contact us or simply leave a comment! 

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