The kitchen is a truly functional space. It wouldn’t be wrong to call it the center of a home. After all, it is where the food that keeps you and your family going, is made. It offers a social hub for couples or families who love to cook or to eat together.
Which is why, kitchen styling is more important than ever – to create a seamless flow from one room to another. One area you need to focus on while styling your kitchen is the products you will put in there. And the best thing you can probably do is to incorporate 100% cotton products in your kitchenette.
Read on to know about 5 things that you often ignore, but still, have an influence on the overall look of your kitchen. The little things that matter, when it comes to style.
Let’s start with you. You’ll need an apron if you’re going to be whipping up recipes. Your apron is important not just for you, but also for your kitchen. A cotton apron can protect your clothes and skin from stains and marks.
Cotton is gentle, breathable and doesn’t retain odors like oil-based fabrics. So you won’t need to give it for laundry or wash it often, and you can save money, water, and energy.
These days, aprons are used for decorative purposes too. Hang your Satin Stripe Cotton Apron behind the door, or drape it on the arm of a chair. See how it adds a subtly sophisticated touch to your kitchen. Style is an expression, after all.
You’ve probably never thought of this item as something capable of ‘adding style’. Though they’re very useful, kitchen towels are one of the most overlooked (read underrated) items in a kitchen. It’s about time we start giving them the credit they deserve.
Like everything else in your kitchen, quality matters when it comes to kitchen towels too. It is important to be aware and not end up constantly buying cheaper lower quality towels.
Go for cotton kitchen towels. They are durable and will make your life in the kitchen easier, while also saving you money in the long run. Choose from a range of options in Honeycomb Cotton or Twill Stripe – they’re as gorgeous as they’re functional. Place them neatly stacked on a table, in a kitchen drawer, or hung over the door. If they’re clean and colorful, they’ll make your kitchen look pleasant.
There’s a high chance you use dish towels at home if you’re someone who washes and dries dishes by hand. There’s no doubting the fact that dish towels are handy, but how handy they are depends on their quality.
Using 100% Cotton Dish Towels will make your dish cleaning and drying experience more efficient. Quick. Stylish. They’re the perfect blend of utility and fashion.
Oven gloves are designed to be used while handling hot items – to get things in and out of ovens. They’re used by people at home, or by people working in businesses and professions that utilize ovens. It is a staple in the food industry.
If you’ve got an oven at home, try Cotton Oven Gloves. They’re very widely used, and come in a varied range of colors, patterns, and styles. They’re skin-friendly and provide you with all the benefits of wearing cotton. What’s even better, is that you can wash them in your washing machine. Convenient? Totally.
Tablecloths and Table Mats
A kitchen will definitely have a table, maybe two. Also, more and more families are embracing the ‘kitchen-diner’ way of eating their food together. What’s on the table should delight you, and that does not have to stop at food.
A table cloth protects your table, but it’s your choice that will enhance the look and feel of it too. And it needs to be complemented with table mats, that go so well with your kitchen and brighten up your mood.
Pick a Chambray Cotton Tablecloth. It’s safe, skin-friendly and totally classy. And go for Handwoven Striped Table Mats. Because stripes in various colors reinforce the pleasant quality of design. Decorate your table and relish the food you make, with stylish and durable table essentials from Thoppia.
While you spend a lot of time and money in making decisions about cabinets, flooring, walls and the other stuff in your kitchen, do not forget these 5 essentials. You tend to ignore them, and they seem subtle enough, but they’re definitely not trivial. Pay attention to the little things, and they can go a long way in adding personality to your kitchen.