7 Ways to Spruce Up Your Kitchen

You spend a great deal of time in your kitchen, so you might as well make it a pleasant environment. However, decorating your home and adding some of your own character and flair can be difficult; not everyone is an interior designer, after all. If you’re in need of inspiration, below is a list of trendy ways to spruce up your kitchen.

  1. Add a Backsplash

A backsplash can add a whole new and amiable feel to your kitchen. By adding a backsplash, you have the option to add a subtle pop of color or pattern without being overwhelmed by it. If you’ve got a time limit or are on a tight budget, there are various options for backsplashes that don’t require grout. Some department or hardware stores carry peel-and-stick backsplash panels, which make the job much easier.

  1. Install Glass Doors

Cabinets and pantry doors made of solid wood will always have a timeless and classy look. However, try adding windows to your cabinets if you’re into a more modern and sleek feel. You can either leave the glass crystal clear for an open feel or try a frosted pantry door to keep your goods generally hidden. Using glass cabinets and doors lets a little color show throughout your kitchen as your dishes and different ingredients peek through the glass.

  1. Hang Some Art

When in doubt, hang some pictures on the walls. Art always helps to liven up any room; not only can it add color and light, but it can enhance what’s already there. Find images that tie into the theme of your kitchen, add a frame, and hang it. If your walls already have art, and you still aren’t satisfied with the look and feel of your kitchen, it would be wise to invest in new paintings or other wall hangings.

  1. Install a New Faucet 

Adding a new faucet may not sound like a big deal, but you’d be surprised what a quality faucet does for a kitchen. As long as you stick to similar specs when shopping for a new faucet, you won’t need to replace your sink or alter the countertop around it. There’s a variety of kitchen faucets to choose from, including the following:

  • Pull down faucet
  • Single-handle faucet 
  • Dual-handle faucet
  • Separate spray
  1. Add Some Plants

Plants bring life and color into every room; as long as you care for them, they make an incredible addition to your kitchen. With ample natural light, your kitchen can support most houseplants; hang them in a window or set them on a counter or windowsill. Even without an abundance of sunlight, a few plants can still thrive, such as spider plants, peace lilies, or snake plants.

  1. Include Under-cabinet Lighting

Adding lighting under or above your cabinets is a fantastic way to spruce up your kitchen. Under-cabinet lighting is an excellent solution to low levels of sunlight, like in a basement apartment. They’re also an attractive way to add a subtle glow to those late-night snack trips to the kitchen. These can be permanent fixtures if you so desire; otherwise, there are more convenient ways to achieve this look. Unless you’re building a new house or remodeling your kitchen, chances are you won’t be able to rewire your whole kitchen. That said, you can easily find battery-operated LED light strips that adhere directly to most surfaces.

  1. Buy Colorful Appliances

There’s no better way to incorporate color into your kitchen than cute and colorful small appliances. If you have a color scheme, try to match or compliment it with similarly colored appliances. On the other hand, if you don’t have a defined color scheme, you can create one with your appliances or buy a rainbow of devices. 

If you aren’t happy with how your kitchen looks and feels at the moment, don’t lose hope; there are many ways to spice it up and keep things fresh. Ultimately, the look and feel of the kitchen should make you feel happy, comfortable, and excited to be there. Do further research on what you think is best, and most importantly, have fun with the design process.


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