we have just renovated our kitchen and bathroom, and am looking for practical thing to decorate each room with.
the kitchen i have some ideas, but apart from baskets in the bathroom, i have no idea...
as for the kitchen, i have some chilli oil in a nice bottle, a bamboo plant in a big vase, coffee grounds in a nice jar, garlic oil, chilli vodka, vanilla bean in sugar jar, peppercorns…. anything else you could think of that i can use in baking and dinners that look nice would be appreciated. i was also thinking about rosemary infused oil - wdyt?
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17-06-2014 10:31 #1
useful kitchen decorations
19-07-2014 14:53 #2
I don't like too many things sitting on the benchtop, but I have a shelf for my cookbooks with a pot plant, and a calendar framed on the wall.
19-07-2014 15:00 #3Senior Member
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I agree, I don't really like too many things out on the bench in the kitchen. I prefer decoration that is also useful, for example a pot of herbs instead of a pot plant etc. If you use recipe books a nice recipe stand can look attractive and is also handy when cooking. Also a spice rack or stand can look good and allows easy access when cooking without always having to dig through the pantry.
19-07-2014 15:29 #4
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