Seems like this happens every year: As soon as you’re hip to the latest style craze, it goes and changes. This time around we’re talking about the all-white kitchen, and the sea change we’re seeing is just beginning to shift, making this the ideal time to start remaking your kitchen. Fortunately, this is one style update you don’t need an interior architect to accomplish. Check out these five easy ways to add a touch of color to your kitchen.
Add a Backsplash of Color
There are a variety of DIY ideas out there for creating your own temporary backsplash. This is a great way to add a splash of color and an interesting pattern to your apartment’s kitchen.
Add a Vibrant Library
Cookbooks are often colorful making them a great way to brighten up your kitchen space. Add a small countertop shelf, like this one from Amazon, and use it to display a few cookbooks.
Add Primary Wipers
Kitchen towels are another easy way to add color. Select a few complementary colors and overlap on your oven handle and wherever else you can hang a few towels.
Add Flare to Your Floor
A brightly colored throw rug is an easy way to add some bold color and pattern to your all-white kitchen. It’s also a good way to make working in your kitchen a little easier on your feet and back. But be sure to choose a design that won’t slide around or cause you to trip. These colorful rugs from Dash & Albert are lightweight, inexpensive, and easy to clean.
Add Attractive Implements
If you’re already in the market for a few new spatulas and other kitchen implements, consider picking out a few colorful options that you can display in a ceramic pot on your counter. You can even make your own! This is an easy way to add color that you can move around and change out as needed.
For more tips on decorating your apartment space, check out the Lux on Main blog.