It’s no secret that I am interiors obsessed. I spend hours upon hours on Pinterest every single day, searching up different ways to style my home office/bedroom/powder room, and I’m not even sorry about it.
Harry and I moved into our current home in April of this year, and we’ve spent the past 6+ months styling it the F out, as you would have seen if you follow me on Instagram.
I realise I haven’t really shared much of my interiors obsession here on the blog, but that’s all about to change. I plan on giving you guys a better look into our home within the coming months, but for now, I’ll be giving you guys a look at our kitchen and talking you through my thoughts in styling it.
I definitely appreciate a nuetral space. We’re lucky that our house features white walls and black and grey accents. I wanted to continue this minimal theme throughout the kitchen, with teensy pops of colour. The only problem is, I don’t really like much colour! I’m more into metals, which is where rose gold/copper comes in. We have a copper toned mirror splash back, which matches perfectly with our copper kettle [possibly my favourite kitchen appliance to date] and I think it kicks the level of chic up a notch.
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Since I drink tea all day long, I wanted the space around my kettle clear and clutter free. I keep my teapots and mugs in the cupboard above this little nook, and opposite are the drawers, in which I have an entire section devoted to storing my tea strainers and tea spoons, which makes the entire process easier. Continuing the pink theme in the kitchen, I’ve placed little Himalayan salt crystal lamps around, as well as some baby pink roses. I feel like it brings the space together and makes everything feel a little lighter and brighter.
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I’m also a major fan of bringing the outside in, and as our kitchen features a large floor length window which looks out onto our garden, it makes sense to have pops of life throughout. I like to display my plants in neutral pots and jars, and tend to stick with succulents, as they’re hardy. I do love our baby fiddle leaf fig, though. Grow baby grow!
The last things I used to style our kitchen are natural timber bread boards and marble platters and slabs. I think they add dimension to the space, and also add a bit more texture. As I take a lot of blog photos throughout the day, it’s also handy having them out and within arms reach at all times. When they’re not in use, I prop the bread boards up against the splash back, and I keep the marble slabs out to place hot things on if I ever need them.
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I hope you guys enjoyed this little peek at our kitchen! How do you style yours?