kitchen wall decorating ideas

Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas

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Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas

BHG.com Decorating Home Accessories Wall Art & Decor Kitchen Wall Decor In a typical kitchen, cabinets and appliances take up a bulk of the wall space. But what remains can be an opportunity to give the room a decorative boost with wall decor. By Sarah Egge Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Color it Happy Cabinets, which are typically white or wood tones, take up a lot of visual real estate in a kitchen. Next come the white, black, or gray stainless-steel appliance faces. If you want to inject some color into your kitchen, wall decor is your next option. Fill the backsplash with bright tiles. Hang a collection of festive plates on the wall. Look for artwork or photographs that feature a bold palette. For an original idea, stretch tea towels in splashy hues across the frames of painting canvases, and hang a trio side-by-side. You can find these wood frames in crafts stores; simply wrap and staple the towels—or other fabric scraps—to the back. continue reading below Make a Claim to Fame Since you spend a sizable amount of time in the kitchen, why not have it speak to—and about—you. Make personal statements on the walls with letter monograms or signage that spells out “Welcome to the Smiths’ Kitchen” or “Enjoy Leslie’s Cooking.” You can also order vinyl wall decals in a variety of sayings, or write your own and pick the font and color. For something even more customizable, coat a portion of one wall with chalkboard or whiteboard paint, then scribble and draw to your heart’s content. Showcase Lovely Wares There’s a timeless notion that utility items should be pretty, and pretty things should be useful. This is especially true in a kitchen. If you need a wall clock, choose one with a decorative frame. Create an orderly display out of your utensils using an organizer system. Mount a peg rack and use it to show off kitschy coffee mugs snagged by their handles. Attach pot-hanging rods to the wall, and then hook your shiniest, best looking saucepans to them. Even open shelves that hold a colorful assortment of pitchers or plates can be an artistic focal point on the wall if arranged and edited carefully. Placement Options Framed prints and posters and other traditional forms of wall decor also work well in a kitchen. With plenty of cooking and cleaning going on in the space, placement is paramount. Hang delicate or paper-based wall decor in places where it is out of the line of fire from sauce splatters and water splashes. Consider your soffit (the space between the cabinets and the ceiling) as a prime placement for wall art, too. More for You Solutions for Blank Walls Kitchen Decorating Ideas Browse the Kitchen Decorating Gallery! Vintage Window = Chalkboard Planner Vintage Window = Chalkboard Planner Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Popular In Wall Art & Decor Ideas for a Stylish TV Wall 39 Blank Wall Solutions How to Decorate with Pictures More Wall Art & Decor Load More
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Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas

BHG.com Decorating Home Accessories Wall Art & Decor Kitchen Wall Decor In a typical kitchen, cabinets and appliances take up a bulk of the wall space. But what remains can be an opportunity to give the room a decorative boost with wall decor. By Sarah Egge Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE Color it Happy Cabinets, which are typically white or wood tones, take up a lot of visual real estate in a kitchen. Next come the white, black, or gray stainless-steel appliance faces. If you want to inject some color into your kitchen, wall decor is your next option. Fill the backsplash with bright tiles. Hang a collection of festive plates on the wall. Look for artwork or photographs that feature a bold palette. For an original idea, stretch tea towels in splashy hues across the frames of painting canvases, and hang a trio side-by-side. You can find these wood frames in crafts stores; simply wrap and staple the towels—or other fabric scraps—to the back. continue reading below Make a Claim to Fame Since you spend a sizable amount of time in the kitchen, why not have it speak to—and about—you. Make personal statements on the walls with letter monograms or signage that spells out “Welcome to the Smiths’ Kitchen” or “Enjoy Leslie’s Cooking.” You can also order vinyl wall decals in a variety of sayings, or write your own and pick the font and color. For something even more customizable, coat a portion of one wall with chalkboard or whiteboard paint, then scribble and draw to your heart’s content. Showcase Lovely Wares There’s a timeless notion that utility items should be pretty, and pretty things should be useful. This is especially true in a kitchen. If you need a wall clock, choose one with a decorative frame. Create an orderly display out of your utensils using an organizer system. Mount a peg rack and use it to show off kitschy coffee mugs snagged by their handles. Attach pot-hanging rods to the wall, and then hook your shiniest, best looking saucepans to them. Even open shelves that hold a colorful assortment of pitchers or plates can be an artistic focal point on the wall if arranged and edited carefully. Placement Options Framed prints and posters and other traditional forms of wall decor also work well in a kitchen. With plenty of cooking and cleaning going on in the space, placement is paramount. Hang delicate or paper-based wall decor in places where it is out of the line of fire from sauce splatters and water splashes. Consider your soffit (the space between the cabinets and the ceiling) as a prime placement for wall art, too. More for You Solutions for Blank Walls Kitchen Decorating Ideas Browse the Kitchen Decorating Gallery! Vintage Window = Chalkboard Planner Vintage Window = Chalkboard Planner Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Oops, we’re sorry. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Share your take on this idea!Upload your photo here.CLOSE
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Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas

Weren’t we just talking about the TV switcheroo / wall decor situation happening in our living room? There are a lot of exciting things happening here behind the scenes (which I sort of mentioned on Instagram yesterday), but one of the current debates is placing some wall decor around our behemoth television.  And it got me thinking about ALLLLLL of the wall decor we have DIYed in our house over the years.  It’s a lot…like A LOT. Apparently we’re into the “why buy it when you can make it for half price” look.  So I thought I’d round up all 18 inexpensive DIY wall decor ideas to help out if you’re ever feeling stumped in that department too. Paint Thrift Store Frames One of my first stops at the thrift store is the frames section.  You can pick them up for a couple of bucks, and if you don’t like the picture inside, no biggie.  Once you have a great collection going, paint them all to look cohesive.  And if you need some pointers for hanging a rockin’ gallery wall, you can see all my tips here. Hang Up Old Shutters Our dining room sported this look last summer, and adding shutters is still one of my favorite ways to add texture to a plain wall. Frame Old Baby Clothes To fight clutter in our closets, I try to display our keepsakes from the past on shelves or in shadow boxes.  This white dress that Olivia wore as a baby now hangs in her bedroom. Cut Up a Calendar for Easy Art When I was in college, I decorated my entire apartment with calendar pages.  To fill this window, I just used some prints from an old Ansel Adams calendar I had.  Done! Instant art. Make Art from Vintage Yardsticks Robert and I made this yardstick American flag for his office, but there are so many possibilities to create different types of art using them. Curate a Collection If you have a collection, display them all together for a big impact.  I have a thing for clocks so I put them together on our kitchen wall. Make Oversized Sheet Music Purchase sheet music to your favorite song to have blown up as an engineer print.  You can see the full tutorial for making this sign here. Make a Simple Sign Using just a scrap piece of wood, paint, and a few craft letters, you can make a basic sign in minutes. Frame Book Pages If you find an old book with great art, rescue it by framing some of your favorites.  These prints came a book that was bound for the trash.  You can download a set of 6 of them here. Display Ceiling Medallions You can find ceiling medallions at thrift stores, estate sales, and yard sales pretty often.  But you can recycle them for your wall instead of the ceiling. Create a Jewelry Display I love when wall decor can also double as organization.  All you need is a thrifted frame, chicken wire, scrap wood, and a few knobs, and you no longer have to dig through a cluttered jewelry box. Build Your Own Rustic Sign This one I made in the fall (and this similar one for Christmas) are simple to build and look like the real rustic deal. Build a Towel Rack We dug into our scrap wood pile to come up with this door knob towel rack for something a little more interesting than a basic towel bar in our hallway bathroom. Make a Chalkboard from a Window I love changing out the scriptures and poems on this chalkboard to work with the different seasons and holidays of the year.  If you have an old window, just prime, paint a couple of coats of chalkboard paint, dry and rub down with chalk to season, and you’re good to go. (You can see my trick here for hand lettering chalkboards the easy way too.) Build Simple Wooden Shelving These shelves cost about $20 to make and they add a pretty, farmhouse vibe in our hallway bathroom.  Plus, they double for function. Make a Vintage Style Pull Down Map Use just a poster, two dowel rods, string, and a little glue… voila!  Easy and vintage industrial art. Create Typography Art If you have a favorite verse, quote, or song lyric, type it up, resize it into a engineer print, and paste it onto a wooden sign.  Or you can even create typography art using existing frames. Hang a Mirror with a Ballet Barre I mean… I know this won’t work for everyone, but if you have a little girl, do it right now!  This ballet barre is definitely Olivia’s favorite place in the whole house to dance and sing and play dress-up. So do you have a favorite one?  All of them are so inexpensive and they have added lots of personality to our home to make it reflect so much of what we love. If you ever need to come back to this post for ideas, you can pin it for later here: Become a Bless’er House VIPGet budget decorating ideas, DIY tutorials, and access to the free printable library right in your inbox! Related

Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas

Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas
Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas
Kitchen Wall Decorating Ideas

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