For me, the meal, the way it is or the way it is serve is also an art. Any person who uses this room needs to feel his self-value with obligations to serve the best comforting and satisfying meal. The cook in the kitchen is the lord of that room. Every angle is normally intended for certain use. So this means functionality and productivity are the keywords in this area of the house and the concern to deliver the ideal result on schedule is always eminent.
People in the kitchen normally feels a sense of urgency and a committed desire to accomplish perfection in their servings. Either preparing or cooking the meal of the day or perhaps cleaning up the dishes requires a person to have a complete control of the kitchen surrounding. There’s a purpose in every angle of the kitchen, we place all the tools and equipment in the right position that is easily accessible and memorable. The lord of the kitchen knows exactly what they want and where to get it.
Art in here should support the essence of the kitchen’s functionality. You can place art that promotes motivation to produce efficiently because that is exactly what needs to happen in the kitchen. Some people use symbols or analogous artwork that connects to the purpose of that part of the kitchen. Others combine powerful and motivational images with supporting textual messages to boost their morale and stay productive. On the other hand, some artists uses visual representations that symbolizes the functionality of that specific kitchen section for example an art painting that shows slices of lemons or any fruits tells this part are primarily for cutting or slicing foods. Or a picture of a coffee with beautifully swirling steam reveals the beverage making section. Many homes places watery waves indicating this part are the place where we wash foods or dishes. The art itself serves as a signage that helps the kitchen user to stay motivated and at the same time be productive.
For most culture, a home is a museum that is open to selected individuals. Each room opens new dimensions and shows visual imageries that will be felt by houseguests hoping they will re-experience the experience. The nature of us human beings value our home as a place where we live rather a house where we reside. We live with art that shows what we are grateful for and call it home.