Dreaming of having one of a kind cookhouse? Check out these cool DIY Kitchen Decorations to light your way!
Unique Drink Station
Transform a robust vintage crate with a unique figure into a rustic beverage post. Be sure to protect wineglass holders to the bottom before hanging with wall nails. Show off today’s special drink by dangling a roll of kraft paper with spare rope.
Trendy Floor Mat
Create your very own piece of art to beautify your floor. Get a sheet of vinyl flooring leftover (usually available at home centers) and then cut it into your desired shape and size, prime and then paint it using our free templates below.
Stop serving snacks on an ordinary looking tray. Make this colorful herringbone pattern using a sponge to spread over a lively water-base dye, which letsthe wood textures to appear, over a stencil onto the tray. Seal with a clear finish, and set flamboyant!
Take dry-erase boards and corkboards, outlined with metallic frames, hang them on pantry doors. That way you can keep grocery lists, coupons, and your family’s schedule prompt and artsy.
Classic cafe curtain is made from potato kiss! Yes it is true, and very easy to make. First, cut and hem a dish towel according to your window size and dye the fabric as preferred. Then, slice a potato in half and make your own design. Apply white fabric paint to the potato with a foam brush, and stamp it on your towel. Repeat as much as you want and hang with curtain clips.
It’s time to go green and use what nature has given us. Tuck leaves between new dish cloths and tap confidently with a hammer to generate twin impressions. Repeat, leaf by leaf, until you have the design you sought for. Finish it by ironing the cloths on low heat to reduce fading.
Handy Kitchenette Depot
Don’t throw away your old TV cabinet, remove the doors and paint it crisp blue and now it’s becoming your new kitchenette storehouse. Span an open space with a curtain tension rod to hang pretty hand towels.
Color Pop Canister
Renew the canister you bought from the bazaar with spray paint on the lid and stand, choose popping colors and create a festival of colors on your holy kitchen.
Looking for a great mealtime jargon to go with and accompany the whole family? Make your own DIY letters using a letters stencil on MDF, cut them with jigsaw and cover with attractive patterned fabric. Display them near the ceiling to boost some mood during family dining time.
Hall of Flower
Personalize your kitchen wall with a homemade flower gallery. Find a high resolution flowers image online and print them on a used book page, stitch each to a piece of linen and hang with bulldog clips.
Eat more comfortably with a creative surrounding. Don’t ditch plain curtains, simply spray them with fabric paint and create abstract patterns across the curtain, free-style loop design is the easiest one.
Feeling vintage? Go to a local flea market and bought some vintage castoff plates. Employ paper templates and pencil to mark the perfect arrangements on your kitchen wall, just above the dining room buffet before hanging those bequest treasures.
Center of Attention Table Topper
When you don’t have much to show in the kitchen, apply this tip to create a striking center piece. Have some used wood planks and paint them with checks and stripes. Afterwards, bind the wood pieces together with glue or screws and attribute two rope pulls. Finish with with fresh jars of flowers.
Sometimes the simplest deco is done by customizing your flatware. Flatten a silver plated fork and mark a label with metal stamp and hammer. Shorten the handle by bending the handle back and forth until it breaks while held steady in a vise. Stab the fork into your favorite cheese and get that classy accentuation!
Play with a lampshade by adding a wooden appliqué from the craft store, hot glued to its surface and hang using a pendant-light kit to style up your dining area.
Merry your kitchen using a fun festive cork letters made from wine corks attached to a wooden letters. Pin them on the wall using removable adhesive strips. See how our “Cheers” brings a final touch to a colorful drink cart.
Give a theme to your dining chair with this incredible idea. Paint your chairs in two separated different colors and give number on the back rest orderly. Complete the theme by having numbers pattern for the chair seating pad. From now on the whole family could have fun calling each person by the number of their chair, just like in the movie, saying “where’s number 4?”
The World on Your Table
Bring the world onto the table via your coaster! Purchase some plain ceramic coasters from the market and stick an old map to their surface by means of decoupage medium. Back the coasters with table pad to avoid scraping your tabletops.
In A Fine Taste
Ever thinking that your culinary tools could become a model of some artsy displays on the kitchen wall? If not, then try to take a shot of them in a crisp white background. Place the prints in over the counter-white frames with black mats. You will be surprised as they look like a high end masterpiece.
Keeping Old Asset Stylish
Rejuvenate old cabinet inherited from our parents with fresh new paints and hardware. To make the age stain even more standout, use a 1:1 mixture of water and vinegar to generate a blotched surface on the mirror, there goes the classic beauty!