Denise Desnoyer. Kitchen. October 31st , 2017.
Accessorize Affordably. Let's face it; you cannot afford to just go out and buy a bunch of new appliances and fancy fixtures to revamp your kitchen. After all, we are talking about cheap, kitchen design ideas here. With that in mind, here are two very important words, \"Yard\" and \"Sale\". Your neighbor's trash may very well be your favorite kitchen treasure. At garage sales, you can find many items that will accent your newly designed kitchen. Items such as fabric and curtains, place settings, pictures, bookshelves, vases and racks can be purchased for pennies at yard sales, yet they will give your kitchen a stylish appearance of prosperity.
The first of my kitchen design ideas is to work on the color scheme of your kitchen. If you are fortunate enough to have real wood cabinets, strip the finish off them and redo it with a lightly tinted stain. If your cabinets are not wood, you can go ahead and paint them in any color you wish. Paint the walls as well, in a color that best highlights the cabinets.
It's good to be bold and experimental when deploying the rustic design to your kitchen. Different color schemes like cobalt blue, burnt orange, tomato red, olive green and sunflower yellow give it a unique and personalized look. A rustic environment requires stucco walls, Venetian plasters and rough looking walls giving it an innovated vintage design. Other design schemes include iron wall decoration, iron wall grills and iron cabinets that become the focal point of every observer upon entering the kitchen.
Clean Up Your Kitchen. This is one of the simplest kitchen design ideas, and it is so cheap that it is free. Go through everything you have in your kitchen and decide if you really still want all those little appliances, pots, pans, etc. that you collected over the years. Your mother-in-law really hates you so do you really need to keep that 3D rooster picture she gave you? It has got to go. By removing useless clutter and outdated and unused kitchen equipment, you are well on your way to inexpensively renovating your kitchen.
The cart is very resourceful, and can be stored easily by sliding right in next to your sink. A small kitchen hutch is also a good idea since it has pullout parts like storage drawers and cutting boards. A small hutch also has glass doors on its upper portion where a few plates and fine china may be stored. An open plate rack can be built in or placed against the wall as an addition.
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