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May 25, 2022
Spring has a rejuvenating quality to it. Following months of cold and gloomy weather, many people feel compelled to spruce up their kitchens and welcome the spirit of the new season. However, it may be difficult to know where to begin when reorganizing your kitchen. That is why we are here today to try to help you refresh your spring kitchen décor on a budget without adding to the mess!
If you want to refresh your kitchen without making major changes, here are a few simple ideas for home decor that might help you enjoy your kitchen inside and out.
Investing in high-quality, aesthetically pleasing kitchen tools, such as utensils, pitchers, mugs, or jars, is one of the best and easiest ways to decorate a kitchen for any season. This serves three functions: it adds character and warmth to the kitchen while also allowing you to reduce clutter at the workstation, saving money and giving the impression of a minimalistic home decor.
When shopping for cutting boards, utensils, coffee mugs, towels, jars, pitchers, or even paper towel holders, look for those that can serve two functions. We have some great tumbler mugs and kitchen towel sets at TerraKlay that can add a unique touch to the overall appearance of your kitchen and have multiple functions, making it versatile.
Since spring has arrived, what could be more appropriate for decorating than some brightly colored flowers? I know it's not groundbreaking, but adding flowers is one of the simplest and cheapest ways to improve the look of your kitchen and add a refreshing vibe throughout the room. People are often drawn to living plants in the home. Nothing beats a bouquet of lilies or tulips, a live plant, to herald the arrival of spring. A quick and easy way to complete your spring kitchen decor is to add blooms or greenery.
If you've been looking for a great modern planter, look no further because we have some lovely eco-friendly banana fibre planters.
Incorporate elements in your kitchen that add character to the overall aesthetics. My grandmother's mortar and pestle, a vintage wood bowl, brass rice containers, and traditional utensils are my go-to pieces. Dig out your grandmother's kitchen pieces with a bit of character, as these add a touch of warmth to the space without feeling too formal. They blend in seamlessly with the kitchen because it's only natural for them to be there!
If your dining table is in your kitchen, it is preferable to add some texture. Table runners can help you with this while also adding style and decor. TerraKlay has some elegant table runners that can add style to your otherwise boring kitchen table. Here too, don't forget to add some flowers to liven up your lunches and dinners.
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