5 DIY Kitchen Decor Projects to Try in the New Year
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The New Year is a time to celebrate new beginnings. So what better way to ring in a new year full of promise and opportunities than to give your kitchen a new look. With many of us staying at home more often these days, we spend a lot of time in our kitchens. The kitchen is the social hub of your home and the place where everyone seems to gather. Looking at the trends for 2022, here are five do-it-yourself kitchen decor projects to try in the new year.
1. Paint it Green
If 2022 had a color, it would be green, or mint green to be exact. Using mint green on the walls or cabinets in your kitchen will give it an uplifting, zesty look. Not a fan of mint green? Then try olive or coriander green.
2. Keep it white
Are you one of those people who love everything white? No need to worry because the white trend isn’t going away any time soon. But you might want to up your game in your white kitchen by adding more texture and dimension. Faucets and other accessories in brushed nickel or matte black can help add a more defined texture to your white kitchen.
3. Install a new sink
Simply installing a new sink in your kitchen can give it a whole new look. Many homeowners have been installing large double bowl sinks that provide space for washing dishes and preparing food.
Another trend is toward workstation sinks which offer multiple faucets and ledge space to hold accessories.
4. Add wood grain accents
With the increasing interest in sustainable living and using more natural, organic products, it is not surprising that adding wood grain accents to your kitchen is a popular trend in the new year. Adding wood accents can be as easy as changing out plastic bar stools for wood stools at your kitchen counter. Or you can go big and replace your kitchen cabinets with wood grain alternatives. Some homeowners have even used wood for kitchen countertops.
5. Bring the outdoors in
What better way to bring life into an old kitchen than to fill it with living plants. You can add a little indoor herb garden on your kitchen island or add a shelf with plants as the backsplash behind your kitchen sink. Some homeowners are even growing full-size trees in their kitchens.
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