Spring is the time of change, and the first thing you want to change is your look and home decor. When it comes to home decor, there are a number of simple things you can do to upgrade your interior for spring and summer and make rooms look fresher. When you’re ready to revamp your home decor, redesign your kitchen: Here’s a place to brew coffee in the morning to keep you in the mood throughout the day. How does it work without fuss? Just take a look.
Add colors or prints
Adding some colors and prints is always a good idea to freshen up any space. You can do this inexpensively, and there are many ideas that you can put into practice: a flashy color wall, bold wallpaper, cabinets, countertops, etc., and you can make them yourself. If you don’t want to spend a lot of money, just paint the kitchen island or create a super colorful backsplash. Artwork and photos can also add a chic look to the kitchen. Since this is a kitchen, you can also use colorful textiles to add value to the space.
Make creative countertops
Kitchen countertops can be swapped out for cooler ones and this is a great idea for making a statement. Glass, wood, granite and marble countertops can spice up any kitchen. Choose some contrasting ones to your cabinets to make them stand out and for a cool and bold look. Materials such as marble or stone are also durable and long-lasting.
Install unique cabinets
Cabinets are the main thing in any kitchen and choosing cool ones will make a bold statement. Colors or patterns not only create a creative look, you can also choose structured cabinets. For example, they can be shabby chic, which suits a vintage or shabby chic kitchen. If you have a versatile space, choose different cabinets with different shapes and colors. You can sand them for a slightly shabby look.
Make a statement with a kitchen island
A kitchen island sits in the center of your room and if you grab a super cool one, it’s sure to make a statement. Choose a completely different one that stands out, for example one in wood for a vintage look, one in solid marble for a sophisticated look and one clad in brick for a textured feel. Such a kitchen island also appears in the simplest kitchen.