Kitchen Art Ideas

I need your help! For a while now I’ve been contemplating how exactly I want to fill the empty space on this wall:

{those “to sell on ebay” boxes have been there for months! lol I’m terrible…}

With the help of Photoshop I came up with some rough examples of the types of things I’ve been envisioning. But I can’t decide! {By the way, my goal is to draw these up myself, so I want to keep it somewhat simple.}

these are more of a “classic” version of the “eat” and “drink” posters

 

and this is a more fun/cartoony version

I’ve also thought about moving our little cart from the corner to beside the door to make the back wall more symmetrical

{Wes thought little girl needed to be in this picture} 🙂

This would open up the possibility for a four piece set {which could be rectangular or square depending on what frames I can find}

we’re not huge coffee drinkers, but I’ve always thought that coffee themes look cute in kitchens {clip art modified from Kate Moore’s Know Your Coffee}

 

fruit with their french names {they wouldn’t be “flat” if I went this route}

So yes, these are just a few examples, but I’m having a terrible time making up my mind! I would LOVE some feedback on the examples here as well as any other ideas for filling this space!

Kate Alyse

Kate Alyse

Kate is a proud mama to four amazing little sweeties {through birth + adoption} and wife to the best husband a girl could ask for! She considers herself blessed to be able to stay home with the kids, and is just starting to get into the world of homeschooling. In her "spare-time" she enjoys sharing many of the projects, stories, and gluten-free recipes that are a part of their every day lives!
  • KaseyMarch

    I vote for the coffee photos – but I'm a coffee person.

  • I am not a coffee drinker either, but I do occasionally splurge on a carmel frap (I don't even know how to spell it) at starbucks. I like the coffee pics the most. It seems to be the most in between casual and formal. 🙂 I also think it's a cool idea to have the four frames and moving your little cart to the other side of the room 🙂

    ~Lisha

  • Have you thought about doing three vertical art pieces? Like breaking up the project I did into two sets of three? It was super easy and cheap. 
    http://www.bungalow960.com/2011/11/art-project.html

  • I like this kitchen art I found on interest. I like that it's more abstract, without words.

    http://pinterest.com/pin/227783693622576479/

  • 1 vote for coffee! They're just so cute 😛 lol

  • and that makes 2 votes for the coffee 🙂 My starbucks splurges are vanilla lattes – so good! And its ok if you can't spell it {apparently the word I used in my examples is supposed to be "cappuccino"!} Too bad photoshop doesn't have spell check 🙁

  • ooo I like that! It would probably be easier too since each piece would be on a smaller scale… And you even linked to your frames 🙂 I think everyone seems to be leaning towards multiple frames and symmetrical sides as well – see this is why I need you guys!

  • LOVE that! and it would go perfectly with Shannon's idea of using 6 images instead of four…

    thanks for sharing!! 🙂

  • hbro5

    If it's helpful, I also vote for coffee. Haha. I'm not a super fan of the fruit ones. 🙂

  • it is indeed helpful!  – I'm glad there seems to be a consensus 🙂 thanks dear!

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