Gorgeous Home Goals: 5 Ways To Bring Your Kitchen Alive

Sep 05 2020
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Accessories, plants and even a simple touch lamp brought a lot of life and “home” to our kitchen. I think plants made the biggest difference, nothing like something living to really bring life to a space. I exchanged out a big, ugly shelf above my kitchen sink for two smaller and lighter shelves and it gave us some wonderful and ample space for decorations, storage and things that we love!

Putting the open shelves above my kitchen sink to practical use without sacrificing the pretty, adding mugs cups and glasses and pretty pitcchers useful
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When it comes to your home, you should also feel like it’s perfect. While it may not always be the absolute dream house at all times, you should definitely feel like it is the perfect home for you. In order for that to happen, you really do need to be working at it. Because your home is just not going to improve itself. This is often why you will find it helps to be able to set different goals in place. You know that you want to create this wonderful finished product, but in order to get there you have to break it all down and start off small. One of the best places to start is in the heart of the home, the kitchen. Let’s take a look at how you can bring it alive.

  1. Redo The Color Scheme

One of the smallest and quickest ways that you can make some improvements to your kitchen is to update the color scheme. By just bringing in new pieces or switching out your accessories, you may find that this space really starts to pop.

  1. Make Changes To Your Appliances

From here, you might want to try and change up some of the appliances. As you may start to realize, your appliances make up a huge part of the kitchen. And so, it can be really nice to ensure that they are all in running order and looking great. It may be that you need to look for brand name appliance parts to make changes or to invest in new pieces. Bringing in new or improved appliances can really help the look and feel of the space.

  1. Bring In New Accessories

Now we have different accessories to consider. You may find that getting new kitchen and cooking equipment can really help you to make your kitchen feel brand new and cutting edge. So go shopping and see how you can update the space.

  1. Update The Fittings

Now you’re going to want to take a look at some of the fittings and fixtures around your kitchen. The main focal points that you may find here will be the cabinets and the countertops. If you know that they are not quite right for your taste then maybe the best thing will be to update them. You could do this subtly with some paint and DIY or rip everything out and start again. Sometimes, bringing in a whole new kitchen setup could be what you want and need.

  1. Extend The Space 

Or maybe you really want to make sure that you have the space you need to bring your dream kitchen to life. When this is the case, you may find that actually, you really want to be able to gain more room to create a bigger and better kitchen. If you know that you need space for that, then an extension could be important here. If this is the case, you might want to think about getting a contractor in to see what needs to be done.

Accessories, plants and even a simple touch lamp brought a lot of life and "home" to our kitchen.
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