Spring is the time of changes, and your look and your home décor are among the first things that you want to change. As for home décor, you can do several simple things to spruce up your décor for spring and summer and make the spaces look fresher. If you are willing to renovate your home décor, redesign your kitchen: it’s the space where you go to make some coffee in the morning, so it gives you mood for the whole day. How to do that without much fuss? Let’s see.
Add Colors Or Prints
Adding some colors and prints is always a great idea to refresh any space. You can do that for cheap and there are lots of ideas to realize: a statement color wall, bold wallpapers, cabinets, countertops and so on, and you can DIY them. If you don’t want to spend much money, just paint the kitchen island or create a super colorful backsplash. Artworks and photos can also add a chic look to the kitchen, and as it’s a kitchen, you can also use colorful textiles to spruce the space up.
Make Creative Countertops
Kitchen countertops can be changed for cooler ones, and this is a great idea to make a statement. Glass, wooden, granite, marble counters can easily spruce up any kitchen. Choose some contrasting ones with your cabinets to accentuate them and achieve a cool and bold look, and such materials as marble or stone will be long-lasting and durable also.
Install Unique Cabinets
Cabinets are the main thing in any kitchen, and if you take cool ones, they will make a bold statement. Not only colors or patterns are amazing ones for a creative look, you can also choose textured cabinets. They can be shabby chic ones, for example, which fits a vintage or shabby chic kitchen. If you have an eclectic space, try to choose various cabinets with different shapes and colors. You may sand them for a slight shabby look.
Make A Statement With A Kitchen Island
A kitchen island is in the center of your space, and if you take a super cool one – it will make a statement for sure. Choose a totally different one that will stand out, for example, a wooden one with a vintage look, a marble solid one for a refined look, a brick clad one for a textural feel. Such a kitchen island will pop up even in the simplest kitchen.