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The kitchen is the warm center of any family home. In many homes, the kitchen doubles not only as a cooking space but also as a dining room. With all those bulky appliances and furniture, (not to mention family lured in by wafting aromas), the kitchen can also be the most crowded area of your home.
The kitchen can become a source of annoyance to the crafty, hip home decorator. Kitchens tend to be the most difficult (and expensive) room of any home or business to decorate. Typically, when we think of sprucing up our kitchens, the appliances are foremost in our minds. They take up so much of the kitchen space that if they are old and unattractive we find it difficult to decorate the rest of the kitchen.
Here’s an idea: You don’t have to shell out hundreds on new appliances to revamp your humdrum kitchen.
Hampton Enterprise has made it as simple as pie for you to have your dream kitchen without breaking the bank or even hiring a contractor with this handy
Brighten things up with white paint, dramatize with scarlet, open things up or draw attention to a backsplash with open shelving, glass cabinets or even removing some cabinets doors or grab some chalkboard paint for family messages.
Fall Back on Nature
Sometimes we try so hard to come up with complicated plans we forget the simple things. How ’bout just picking some flowers and snagging a whimsical vase from Uncommongoods?
Screenprinting is an old-school way to add new-school flavor to a boring table, apron or place mat. Far beyond t-shirts, the possibilities are limited only by your creativity! Learn how from DIY Ideas.
Save money by purchasing or even sewing your own slipcovers rather than buying a new dining room set. The right rug can also be an expensive way to bring some warmth to your home’s heart.
The Nest has put together a thrifty cheap collection of mugs, plates, napkins and more featuring bold, modern graphics for only $10! Read more