Kitchen Wall Art
Present appetizing food and drink not only on the kitchen table, but also on the walls; display scrumptious kitchen wall art. If you can’t stand the heat, bring on the cool of black and white photography. A photographic print of a melting ice cube, or cool glass atop a coaster, will create a refreshing space. Care for a splash of color? Warm up with the tones featured on wooden signs. Try the golden shades of champagne. Bring the rich hue of brandy to a plaque featuring a glass of cognac. Take on the green of absinthe or grapes before the transition into wine. Wood signs offer the vintage appeal of a fine wine, but choose to actually depict the glasses and bottles on canvas—limiting wood to the surrounding frame.
Choose framed kitchen wall art that shows the light quality of white wine and freshness of fruit. Contrast a white mat with red wines and fruits atop the table instead. In the realm of reds, showcase a bottle or just the burgundy tones of merlot. Go sans frame with canvas prints, or depict red wine within a bottle and glassware duo framed in sleek, contemporary black or rich, opulent gold. Try rustic gold and bronze over a wood frame by venturing out of glassware and into images of rolling Tuscan hillsides—reminiscent of the vineyards from which the wines originate.
Veer away from reds and into espresso colors to grace kitchen wall art with cute little cups of coffee. Create a café right in the kitchen with pictures of piping hot coffee or fine art prints that feature bistro scenes. Let brush strokes reveal a frequented eatery or empty starlit street with a welcoming café terrace. Make your own home an equally inviting place to gather with metal wall décor that calls out family and friends. With company over, don’t just stop at beverages; share a good meal. Venture into foods—with depictions of leaves that bring to mind the aroma of herbs, or with a palette of colors based upon the vegetables ripened in the garden.
Don’t forget function when it comes to kitchen wall art. For chopping true herbs, display a beautiful cutting board—leaning against the backsplash at the ready. Post a pot rack to the wall and show off cookware before the next stage of cooking. After all the prep work goes in the oven, take a decorative trivet off its perch on the wall to protect the countertop from hot dishes. Art for the kitchen wall can branch out into other motifs, to fit any theme. Bring art to any wall in the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom or hall. Browse the gallery of wall art for the kitchen—alongside these pieces for other rooms—at Macy’s.