11 Budget Friendly Kitchen Decorating Ideas
You cook, dine and entertain in your kitchen, so it should be a place you truly love. To give the heart of your home a look you really adore, try these 11 easy, budget-friendly decorating ideas.
1.) Salt Shaker Bud Vases
Don’t toss those old salt shakers just yet. Instead, tuck blooms inside them to add a splash of fresh, natural color to any corner of the kitchen.
2.) Perk Up Your Walls With Plates
From family heirlooms to fabulous vintage finds, plates aren’t just dishes—they’re gorgeous décor pieces worthy of any kitchen wall.
3.) Cabinet Makeover
Your cabinets do more than offer storage space. Because there tends to be so many in the kitchen, small updates can have big decorative impact
4.) Family Style Seating
With some simple, stylish touches, mealtime around the table is all the more special. It may just inspire everyone to linger a little longer, too.
5.) Chair Makeover
Whether your current dining chairs are looking a little scraggly or you’ve bought old ones for a steal, we know just how to make them feel like new.
6.) Jade Plants
Cook with luck on your side by perching jade plants, believed to bring good fortune, in your kitchen. Tea tin or teapot planters make them all the cuter.
7.) Repurposed Kitchen Textiles
Rather than hiding your prettiest tea towels, tablecloths, napkins and other kitchen textiles in drawers, proudly put them on display as wall art.
8.) Easy Wallpaper Accents
Decorate everything from light switch plates to serving trays with wallpaper. It’s the perfect way to use up samples and scraps leftover from past projects.
9.) Fridge Makeover
Turn an outdated refrigerator into a modern statement piece by covering it with wallpaper, or accent a newer one with contact paper decals.
10.) Fresh Herb Wreath
For homegrown comfort in the kitchen, hang herb wreaths. They’re both beautiful and functional; as you cook, just pinch off what you need.
11.) Paint-Dipped Utensil Holder
When you dip your utensil holder (or a clean can) in paint, you’ve got a way to corral must-have kitchen tools and add a dose of décor.