You might not be surrounded by Italian villa walls, but your kitchen can still have a taste of Tuscany. Olives were the inspiration for our latest kitchen decorating idea—plus stripes in sage and light cream.
Click here to view the furniture and accessories we used to create this kitchen look.
Here’s what we used to furnish this kitchen:
• A wooden counter height dining set finished in rich natural cherry
• Olive- and Tuscan-themed wall art (metal and canvas)
• Simple striped valances and tiers for the windows
• Chair cushions in a matching striped pattern
• Olive-patterned table linens and a decorative centerpiece bowl
• Olive oil-motif cushioned floor mats with memory foam fill
As the grape harvest season nears and whispers of fall weave through the late summer, you might find yourself thinking about about updating your decor. The ever-popular grapes and wine style will appeal to many decorators, whether they are seasoned vintners, knowledgeable wine enthusiasts, or simply fans of a rich and inviting aesthetic.
Cultivate the spirit of the vineyard and celebrate the winemaking process with the Wine Cellar Collection from ©Tre Sorelle Studios. Cater to your guests with these earthenware serving pieces that feature full grape clusters and designs of exposed brick. These accessories will call to mind sun-kissed grapes ripened to perfect sweetness or a warm afternoon spent in the kitchen of a Tuscan villa.
The Oval Serving Platter makes a beautiful display piece with its grapes and wine design, but this food-safe accessory is also handy anytime you need to present tasty snacks. Likewise, the Dinner Plate Set can be displayed in your plate rack or used to add visual flavor to your dining room table.
Embellish your grapes and wine decor further with this charming Beverage Pitcher – perfect for storing kitchen utensils or holding up to 3.5 quarts of your favorite beverage. Bring the vintage elements of your decor together with the Wine Cellar Wall Art Set. From originals by ©Tre Sorelle Studios, these giclée on canvas artworks feature two different vintages, fruit, and exposed brick backgrounds.