Need a Kitchen Spruce Up? Easy Kitchen Updates Part 1



Now that Halloween is over, it’s time to begin prepping for the holiday season.

Really? Already?

I know! I was thinking the same thing.

Geesh, I remember not too long ago, it was flip flop weather and here we are now talking about the holidays. way to start prepping for the holiday season is to spruce up your kitchen. It’s a room that many of us spend lots of time in for the holidays, whether we are the ones cooking or not, so why not make it pretty?

I don't know about you, but I can’t seem to stay out of this room all year round-for eating that is, because I don't enjoy cooking at all!  My hubby loves to cook.  I only cook as a means of survival, not out of pleasure, but that's just me.

Enough about me.  Let's get back to the post.

There are a couple of updates you can try in your kitchen, like adding a backsplash or painting your cabinets, but they take a lot of effort unlike what HGTV might say.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t have the time or to spend on painting kitchen cabinets or putting up tile.  No matter how much HGTV claims that these are easy updates, they are NOT!  I said it! They take lots of time to do and I love my weekends way too much for those types of projects.

So to get you on your way to sprucing up your kitchen the easy way, I’m going to share with you some of my favorite EASY kitchen updates.

Let’s get started.

Replace Hardware

Take a trip to Home Depot or a flea market, where you can bump into some pretty hardware and btw they are also inexpensive.  Don’t be afraid to get creative.  You can change up the color too with some spray paint.

Easy Kitchen Updates-Hardware

Dress Up Your Window

Add a bit of pattern to your kitchen by dressing up your window with a pretty fabric.  It’s a super cheap update.

Easy Kitchen Updates

Paint The Inside of Your Cabinets

Don’t want or have the money to replace your cabinets?  Paint the insides for a renewed feeling.

Easy Kitchen Updates-painted cabinets

Add a Backsplash with Stencil

Don’t feel like spending a weekend working with mortar to put up tiles, then try a pretty stencil instead.

Easy Kitchen Updates-stencil backsplash

Replace Cabinets with Floating Shelves

How about removing some of your cabinets and making a statement with some floating shelves.  It’ll be the perfect place to add a personal touch or color with some picture frames and vases.

Easy Kitchen Updates-floating shelves

Give Your Floor Some Attention

Dress up your floor with a colorful rug.  If your flooring is not so pretty, this update will take the focus off of your floors.

Easy Kitchen Updates-runner

Now don’t forget to stop on by next week when I reveal part 2 of my easy kitchen updates. 

Your turn!

Which update are you going to try so that your kitchen can be all spruced up for the holiday season?  Tell me all about it by leaving me a comment below!

Live Happy!