Although, a priori, they do not appear as objects to which a decorative benefit can be derived, pots and pans can perfectly be part of the structural design of a kitchen . Integrating them as accessories that mark style is quite easy to achieve, in fact it is common in many houses to see how the pans and pans hang in the air on islands or on doors.
Decorating these spaces of the home with the metal part of the crockery is a resource with which we will achieve a different nuance, both in rustic kitchens and more urban kitchens.
The grace of this idea is to give these objects a prominence they deserve, because they are not only those utensils that help us to cook, but they are part of the culture of an art, gastronomy, and its presence reminds us with how much love is worked in the kitchen.
The most common is that these objects hang in the air thanks to structures located on top, on ceilings or walls. This type of hangers are usually metallic and with a rather limited capacity, to avoid burdening them excessively.
Another idea is to hang them on the wall on a door frame or even on a ladder! Ideas that provide a rustic tone with great style, especially when these accessories are made of copper, a color that we quickly link with country spaces, where kitchen tools are more traditional. Spaces where authenticity is breathed between stoves.
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