Copper kettles are exceptionally eye-catching. Their natural warm color seems to outshine all other types of cookware, and they are as useful as they are decorative. Best of all, it is possible to successfully display this type of cookware in a kitchen that is not necessarily primitive by design. Consider these creative ways to display copper kettles, and decorate the heart of the home in striking new ways.
Hang them from a Wrought Iron Hanging Light Fixture
When looking for creative ways to exhibit copper kettles, consider changing the kitchen light fixture – if space allows. Opt for a large wrought iron fixture with arms and filigree components that could be used for hanging kitchen items. This is a creative and highly useful replacement for a typical pot rack since it will provide light and storage space. It offers a great way to display commonly used items including copper kettles and other eye-catching types of cookware that possess a decorative touch.
Use a Wrought Iron Towel Bar for Kettle Display
If overhead space will not accommodate a wrought iron light fixture that can double as a pot rack, use a wrought iron towel bar to display copper kettles. Simply mount the bar on a bare kitchen wall to the left of the right of the stove. Use S hooks to hold the items by their handles. They will be easy to remove and use as necessary while remaining on display as a part of the decorating scheme of the kitchen.
Exhibit Copper Kettles on a Wide Plate Rack
Plate racks are equipped with front bars to hold fragile plates and other items in place, and they provide a great way to display copper kettles. Choose a wide plate rack, and consider painting it a color that will enhance the natural vibrancy of the copper. Cobalt blue is an excellent choice. The copper kettles can be placed on display without the use of hooks. Best of all, they will remain within reach when not on display.
Hang them on the Corners and Sides of a Kitchen Hutch
A kitchen hutch also provides a fantastic way to display copper kettles. They can be placed on the shelves and leaned against the wall or the back of the hutch. If hooks are added, they also look great when hung vertically from the corners and sides. This is the best option for display when using an informal hutch with primitive style. In any case, the gleaming composition of the copper will add an eye-grabbing touch to almost any kitchen.