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    Nespresso machine?

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    A funky tin or vase or bowl. Check out the Kmart appreciation thread, the posters in there have lots of great ideas

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    I have you pegged as a no clutter type of chick, but I would purchase some Orla Kiely cake tins or tea/coffee canisters and have them on the bench. Or some funky mugs on a mug tree. Ooh! Or a spice rack or two. Or a nice clock. Or some wall art.

    (Basically just describing my kitchen here!)

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    Maybe some canisters, thanks for the idea @harvs!

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    I would buy a really really nice cook book (one with a gorgeous cover that you just love, doesn't matter what the recipes are like!) and stand it in a really lovely cookbook stand. I would source a lovely big platter or bowl in colours that match said cookbook for displaying fruit and then pair this with a new knife block - either a white or stainless steel and buy colourful knives in the same colour way as platter/cookbook or a colourful stand with plain knives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    We have just had our kitchen renovated and the splashback is much lighter than we were expecting, it is almost white when we were expecting it to be pale blue / green. That's our fault though so just wondering how you would decorate this with some colour (i like Aqua / teal, floors are grey)? I don't like clutter. I would usually have my fruit bowl at this end that has nothing there currently. I also don't really like my timber knife block in this kitchen so would be willing to replace it. Bonus points if you have links to actual products 😜

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    I would leave it, it looks amazing!!! I love uncluttered space and this just ticks all the boxes of a lovely, clean, uncluttered kitchen area.

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    Herb wall. Definitely.

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    Can you get any kind of overlay for the splash back to add some colour/texture?

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    Maybe a Kokedama like in the picture and a small print behind it on the far wall? Or a brightly coloured platter for fruit?


 

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