Having kids might mean more stuff and more mess, but it also means more fun and definitely not lack of style! This week we're looking at a fun and colourful kitchen from Space Works and picking a few key items you can get to make your own kitchen stylish and family friendly.
Personalised Fabric Letters
Let’s start with the personalised fabric letters. We love these! They will add some fun and colour to any room. You could go for a kitchen inspired word like the one in the picture, or initials of your family, it’s up to you. And withLaura's Love Letters on Etsy, you can even pick which fabric you want.
Foldable Bar Stools
A breakfast bar is great for family kitchens and these stools from IKEA are practical and won’t break the bank. Kids can have their breakfast or do their homework while the adults can cook dinner and still keep and eye on them.
Colourful Kitchen Equipment
Get the kids involved with the cooking with some colourful kitchen equipment. It’ll brighten up you kitchen, plus if you go for plastic you won’t be worried about anything breaking. We love this rainbow plastic mixing bowl set from Vremi.
We also love these quirky egg cups from House of Fraser. Perfect for a fun and healthy breakfast.
Bunting isn’t just for parties! It can add colour and fun to your kitchen without taking away from you style. There are loads of bunting styles and patterns to choose from, but we like this floral pattered one from dotcomgiftshop.com.
Funky Storage Tins
If you’re short on space, invest in some really nice storage tins. They’re extra space and they’ll look nice on the kitchen counter. You could keep all the kid's baking in them, or after school snacks and treats they can help themselves to. There's so many to choose from, but we've gone for this very cute set from John Lewis.
This pendant lamp from lampandlight.co.uk is the perfect accessory to keep your kitchen feeling grown-up, with no worries of it breaking or getting covered in sticky fingerprints!
For more family friendly interior inspiration, check out Space Works by Caroline Clifton-Mogg.