Top 5 Ways to Decorate Your Kitchen Countertop

Making room for aesthetics and kitchen accessories is a big task. Kitchen appliances like - your good morning 'coffee machine' and big mixer/grinders take up prized space over decorative objects. It doesn't mean you have to compromise on your kitchen countertop aesthetics. One more important key is to select the right kitchen countertop. There are plenty of options available in the marketplace from where you can choose your kitchen countertops. Quartz countertops are also a great alternative if you are looking for something slightly more durable and easy to maintain. 

You can make your space look interesting using pops of colours, natural textures, and extra functionality in furniture. There are ample ways you can focus both on pretty and practical. In this blog, you will get ideas on how to make kitchen countertops look more drool-worthy and beautifully styled. 



5 Kitchen Countertop Ideas

1. Add a Statement Object:

Consider accessorising with a single, statement-making object if you like the look of clean, uncluttered kitchen countertops. Like we have added an elegant yet minimalist earthen pot as a statement object to this Winter White Quartz Countertop in bright white, you can do the same to make yourself feel the presence of nature. Plants like cactus and money plants are also a great way to incorporate some green into the kitchen. It adds the element of nature to the clean, white kitchen.

Add a Statement Object


2. Make it Look Colorful:

Alison Kandler is a famous interior designer who specialises in colourful kitchens inspired by vintage cooking spaces from the 1920s and 1930s. If you love colourful interiors, look up her work on google and take note of how she uses bright objects to direct your gaze around the room. You could add a bold colour fruit bowl on the countertop as it would draw attention. Look for a vase with flowers online. Match the colour of flowers with your colourful pantry door and the cookie jar or something that complements each other. White space is also important in this case. The white elements, from the walls to the cabinets, provide a resting place for the eyes.

Make it Look Colorful


3. Add Warmth & Style:

A woodsy texture can add warmth to an otherwise cold white kitchen. Branches in a glass vase bring together all of the warm elements and style in a designer kitchen, including the rustic bar stools and brass light fixtures. A flowering plant on the far side of the cooking area helps to balance the space.

Add Warmth & Style


4. Vintage Look:

Someone has rightly said, Old is Gold. Considering that, vintage kitchen accessories transform the look of the interior, making it eye-pleasing. Objects like the wooden spoon holder, a repurposed lantern, brass utensils; flour, sugar, and tea canisters are a few elements that will add a vintage vibe to your kitchen. Also, all these elements work together to create a cosy and rustic look.

Vintage Look


5. Pattern it Up!:

A carefully chosen assortment of accessories adds a lot of visual interest to a countertop. A cookbook stack gives the kitchen a lived-in feel while keeping favourite recipes close at hand. Combining new and old objects, such as the copper watering can against the pretty patterned backsplash, really warms up the mostly white kitchen.

Pattern it Up!


FAQs

You have 5 options to choose from when it comes to countertops which are - Granite Countertop, Marble Countertop, Quartz Countertop, Wooden Countertop, and Natural Stone.

Porcelain tile is ideal for busy kitchens. The material is composed of various clays and minerals that, when fired, form a very durable and much harder surface than ceramic.

When compared to granite, quartz has a wider range of colours and textures. It is more expensive than granite. Because quartz is available on relatively smoother and plainer surfaces, mixing and matching patterns is easier.

In terms of durability, quartz is unrivalled. This artificially engineered stone countertop, made of crushed quartz stone mixed with polymers and resin, is an extremely durable surface that resembles natural stone.