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Use these tips and ideas to decorate a small kitchen with big style. Learn how to decorate above kitchen cabinets, add DIY style and use paint to makeover your kitchen. Use these decorating ideas to create a kitchen you love.
Like any good outfit, a kitchen needs accessories. The wall at the end of this galley kitchen mixes hanging art with leaning frames and pretty dishware. Below, a bright red stool adds a fun pop of color.
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A bold Roman shade sets the tone for this all-white kitchen. Playing off the window covering, red, orange, and yellow accessories spice up the rest of the room.
A classic white kitchen is the perfect place to play with pattern. Black and white trellis wallpaper covers the walls from counter to ceiling, drawing your eye up toward the high ceilings. Just behind the farmhouse sink is a section of glossy black tile with white grout which protect the walls -- and wallpaper -- from any splashing.
Step outside the standards of kitchen art and choose unique pieces that showcase your personality. Vintage signs, classic advertisements, and art intended for other rooms of the house often look right at home in the kitchen.
In a classic kitchen with cherry cabinets, the marble countertops, gray linen roman shade, and raw-wood shelves all add interesting textures to the room. This small amount of juxtaposition with the traditional cabinets creates great contrast.
Unused space next to the fridge is the perfect place to tack up grocery lists, coupons, or family calendars on a simple framed corkboard. By painting the frame the same color as the rest of the wall, the frame isn’t the focal point.
Whip up some whimsy in your kitchen by adding fun wall decals and colorful artwork. Decals can be swapped out at any time to make changing the look of your kitchen quick and easy.