Creation of an integrated interior, having a personal character and a form, is impossible without the use of decorative elements. As a decor element can act any art object, which has a direct bearing on the style of the room. Along with the textile and art works of decoration, ceramic, wooden, glass and porcelain ware are also a traditional element of decor.
To the tableware can be included all items functionally tied to kitchen utensils, ranging from saucers and pitchers to vases, bottles and glasses.
Decor of different rooms using tableware
Decor items should emphasize the main function of space. Depending on the purpose of the area, accentuating decorative methods are chosen. However, the tableware has a very wide range of use. When decorating any zone of living space, tableware can act as an active object of the interior.
Decorating the kitchen with tableware is the most urgent way to complete the composition and emphasize the functional purpose of the space. For the kitchen, it will be suitable both the usual dishes and decorative ones. But, pursuing the goal of creating beautiful decoration, you can overdo it with the amount, thus violating the balance of the composition.
Crockery, as a decorative accent, has a number of personal peculiarities, the first of which is heaviness. Virtually all elements of the dishes made of wood, ceramics, phosphorus, or opaque glass burden the interior. And since it is a kitchen, where the walls often are decorated with ceramic tiles, the elements of decorative ware can be superfluous.
For decor, it is better to use transparent and translucent glassware, as well as hand-made wickerware. Aesthetically will look thin porcelain. Metal, clay and ceramic elements are used only in large-sized kitchens, decorated in country style.
The dining room has a number of advantages over the kitchen, as this room is easy to decorate with the elements of the dishes and at the same time does not limit the choices of the material and the way of decorating as a whole.
Heavy ceramic products can be used to decorate the dining room: outdoor vases, wall decorations. All possibilities are coordinated exclusively by the chosen style of the interior.
The place for rest and meeting guests is more often decorated with the help of textiles and pictures, however, there is a place for tableware items. Light glass and ceramic vases, bottles and glasses emphasize the sophistication of the interior. Wooden dishes will not be relevant, even if the style has to use wood elements. Metal dishes can be used as a large plate for fruit or cup holders.
The hall is rarely decorated with utensils. The only object of decor can be a vase made of wood or ceramics. Exception is the lobby of the restaurant, where the creation of the atmosphere obliges to use the unusual methods of decoration.
As well as the hall, the bedroom is rarely decorated with kitchen tableware, as these items are far from the functional purpose of the room. But, decorative dishes, bottles can be used in the form of color contrast. Small vases can decorate the bedside table, and on the shelves you can place decorative bottles.
BathroomSome types of dishes are related to the bathroom: bottles, glasses and bowls. Since dishes of this kind are used in the bathroom, it can be used in the form of accessories. It is worth giving preference to products made of fine porcelain or glass.
Tableware has a special purpose and, often, has a very laconic appearance. Serving utensils are more elegant, have a very decorative look and are more suitable for complementing the interior. The ware intended for storage, are often decorated with decorative elements and not rarely acts as an accessory to the interior.
Metal is the most commonly used material for making kitchen utensils. Such a popularity metal received due to its main characteristics – wear resistance, impact resistance, resistance to high temperatures. Aluminum, cast iron and steel products are rarely used in decoration.
Ceramics and clay are traditional materials for kitchen utensils, progenitors of all kinds. Roughly executed sham items can be used to create an accent on traditional trends in the interior.
Glass has all the powers as a decorative material, so glassware is one of the most common types for decorating. Transparent and translucent, colored and colorless, glossy and matte ware, designed for storage or serving, will suit any of the modern interior styles.
Wood is a natural material, when it comes to dishes. In the traditions of some countries, wooden utensils are a kind of accent; therefore it is easily used as an accessory in the ethnic interior. A certain direction of the dishes from wood, acquiring the classification of art, is carving. Carved pots, plates, spoons, mugs and other utensils can be used in any of the interiors with the main facing material – wood.
Porcelain is used as the main material for the production of tableware, distinguished by refinement, decorative. Thin light porcelain saucers and cups, decorated with drawings and spraying, which makes the appearance of the dishes the most suitable for decorating the interior.