Accessorize Your Kitchen

The devil may be in the details, but the beauty's in them, too. Be inspired by these finishing touches to create a kitchen all your own.

Let the Light In

Photo: Brian Vanden Brink

Let the Light In

Use light fixtures to define areas of the kitchen. This kitchen plays with a modern aesthetic in the prep area, while the chandelier introduces rustic romance to the table.

Make a Match

Photo: Miki Duisterhof

Make a Match

These homeowners chose a unique sea foam color palette and used different shades on the kitchen’s key pieces to create a feast for the eyes.

Go Bold

Photo: Rick Lew

Go Bold

Don’t be afraid of pattern. Here, limiting the fun stripes to the bar stools has a high impact without overwhelming.

Hot and Cold

Hot and Cold

This kitchen mixes an aqua back splash and marble countertops with cool, vintage fixtures to make the space truly pop.

Don't Commit

Photo: Marc Royce

Don't Commit

Use accessories to introduce color. Blue upholstery and a collection of vases create a stunning—but low-commitment—color palette.

Pick a Centerpiece

Photo: Annie Schlechter

Pick a Centerpiece

This kitchen stays minimal and clean throughout to make room for the major statement piece—a metallic and opalescent flowered globe.

Pop Art

Photo: Annie Schlechter

Pop Art

Have a lot of bold prints and patterned pieces that can’t find a place? Your kitchen can serve as a great catchall for everything you don’t want to see collecting dust. Just go with your gut!

Quiet is the New Loud

Photo: Tria Giovan

Quiet is the New Loud

From afar this kitchen looks great, but the details are the real stunners. The subtle gold lining in the light fixtures, perfectly-tailored slipcovers, and single-slab backsplash make this kitchen sing.

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