5 Kitchen Decor That Will Guarantee People Into Thinking That You’re a DIY Diva

Want to spice things up in that boring kitchen of yours?  Well, you are in the right place.

  • Give Your Plain Mugs A Makeover:

There’s a simple solution to bring those dull and pale mugs to life-Just Paint. Have a design on mind? Even better! Just paint your heart out or simply outline a design of your liking and Voila! your new customized mug is here.

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  • Play With Post-Its:

Make a DIY memo board with nothing but some colorful sticky notes and a discarded picture frame or a blackboard. Hang the frame on your kitchen and stick or pin up those post-its inside the frame. The sticky notes are highly functional. You can write reminders or motivational quotes on them to kick in some energy in your kitchen. Once you have it on the wall, step away from it and marvel your new creation. They look real cute.

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  • Splash some colors on those spoons:

Bring out those old wooden spoons from the cabinet and dip dye them with the choice of your color. If you think black and white is worth the fight, go for those colors and if you are fond of vibrant colors, close your eyes and go for neon hues. But remember to color just the handles.

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  • Polka Dot Refrigerator Art:

The front door looks a little old but the fridge is working fine. Is that your fridge I am talking about? Well, you don’t have to repaint the entire fridge to remodel it. Just get hold of some contact paper.  Circle punch it, stick it on your fridge door and don’t forget to add some funky looking magnets to improve the look of your fridge. The pop of color in your kitchen will look awesome.

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  • Stenciled Kitchen Towels:

Turn plain kitchen towels into funky piece of art. Here’s how. Just take a one-colored kitchen towel, cut design of your choice on a piece of hard paper. We recommend you to use hard paper over regular ones to prevent bleeding of paint into the towel. Then dip your paintbrush into your favorite fabric paint and paint the open areas. Pull the paper away and let the paint dry. Bam! Your DIY is ready for use.

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