Recipe For A Beautiful Kitchen: 10 Decorating Ideas
One of the first things you might notice when walking into a room is how well it’s decorated. Of course, this goes for kitchens as well! In this blog post, we will discuss 10 ways that you can decorate your kitchen shelves to make them look absolutely beautiful. We’ll also give some examples of what other people have done with their own spaces and offer some tips on what kind of materials work best in various situations.
Put a decal on your wall.
You can either put them up yourself, hire someone else to do it (or even hire an interior designer), or order custom ones online and have them shipped directly to your home in just a few days’ time. It’s also important that you use heavy-duty materials if this option seems like something you might be interested in because they’re much more likely to last than lower-quality paper products will. Furthermore, there are plenty of types of adhesive available such as stickers, decals, stencils, and more. Finally, you’ll need space for pots and pans and other utensils such as spatulas or whisks! If this applies to you, then make sure the shelf doesn’t get cluttered too much, so it’s easy enough to find what you’re looking for when necessary.
Using Colorful Labels
The most popular way these days seems to be with small pieces of chalkboard paper that can easily be purchased at any dollar store for just a few bucks. You might also want to consider if you’re planning on cooking or baking as well because you’ll need to make sure that you have enough room for all of the ingredients!
Use a small shelf to display items.
For example, one famous home blogger had two old wine bottles up there and was looking for something else she could use, so instead, she grabbed her mom’s wedding dishware set, which turned out beautifully! This option might be especially helpful in kitchens that don’t have much space because it doesn’t take any extra from what you already have available; plus, this way, people will actually get an idea of your personality without even having to ask how many kids do I have and what are their names?
Using a dish towel
You can use either one or more than one, depending on what you prefer, and they’re much cheaper than buying any other decorative item that is out there. Plus, it will make washing dishes easier since you’ll have an easily accessible place where all of them go! And if this isn’t something you want up there, then you could always fold it in half, so each side covers just one row instead of two. Furthermore, don’t be afraid to get creative when choosing colors for dish towels; we’ve seen ones that match nearly every color imaginable! It’s never too late to give your kitchen shelves a new look, and these ten ideas should help you out.
Hang curtains as a way to hide items that you might not want others to see. This is especially helpful if you’re running out of storage space or need something on the backside that still appears attractive when visitors come into your home. This way, they’ll never know that you’ve got old mugs or any other items up there and instead will just see the beautiful curtains!
Frames are a great way to either add some more color to your kitchen or make it look like an art gallery. This option is especially helpful when people want to use their shelves for displaying photos of loved ones, artwork from friends, as well as memories such as ticket stubs from concerts. If this doesn’t sound appealing, then frames might not be worth looking into; however, if it does, then here’s how we recommend getting started:
Purchase a frame with glass (it also happens to be easier in terms of caring for them) and place anything you find interesting inside so that visitors to your home can see it.
Select album artwork, pieces of artwork from children (or friends), or anything else that might be worth displaying in a frame, so people don’t have to ask for you to show them pictures!
Use candle holders, jars, and vases filled with flowers, spices, or herbs; these can also be used in various areas throughout the house, such as bathrooms and living rooms! For example, put one at each end of the dining room table, so it looks nice while people eat dinner for an elegant touch without having to spend hours cooking up fancy dishes every day.
These are items that typically add color into an otherwise drab space which makes it much more visually appealing; plus, they’re great if you want something interesting up there without actually having any food sitting around since guests will think, “wow – look at how neat this all looks!”
You’ll need room for pots and pans and other utensils such as knives and spoons, so make sure you measure before placing anything up there!
Hanging a Chandelier
This one is great for people that don’t have enough room to put up shelves and need something else instead. You’ll be surprised at how much you can do with this type of light fixture, from using it as the centerpiece on your dining table or kitchen counter, over a fireplace where it beautifully illuminates everyone in the living room, out on the decking/patio if you have an outdoor party. There really isn’t anything off-limits for this type of light!
Lights Just Above Cooking Surface
These lights are perfect for those who love cooking but want some more electricity-powered assistance when things get too dark inside their kitchen. They also make it easier to find items such as measuring cups and other cooking equipment.
Or if you’re looking for a way to add light into your space but don’t fancy lights where you cook, consider one or more of these options:
- Hanging pendant lights.
- Stringing solar powered lights around plants and patio furniture.
- Adding in some outdoor under-counter lighting (these are usually meant for use by gas hob burners) on either side of your kitchen island – even if they don’t work with all cooking surfaces.
- Installing recessed lighting directly above desks or counters that require frequent reading from underneath them.
We hope these ten ideas will help you in your journey to decorating a beautiful kitchen!