12 Easy Ways To Decorate Kitchen Cabinets


12 Easy Ways To Decorate Kitchen Cabinets

Decorating above your cabinets is a great way to showcase favourite items and keep the supplies you need within reach. Whether you’ve got loads of extra room or are cooking in a small space, you’ll be inspired by these clever solutions.

1. Display a Meaningful Collection

You can add your collection of showpieces above your cabinets. The eye will naturally go upward to your collections, which have their particular place to display. Vases, old photos, and even books are meant to display above your cabinet space.

A line of pitchers filled with flowers is also an ideal way to fill up the space of your cabinets. You must use the medium or large item or else those will not come to vision.

Hang Vintage Finds

2. Hang Vintage Finds

If you have enough space, you can hang items on the wall in the space above your cabinets. Whether it’s framed mirrors, family photos, or vintage baking or cooking tools.

The extra wall space can be used for any kind of vintage thin, making a great impression.

Use as Storage

3. Use as Storage

The space above your cabinets can be built up to serve as storage. It will provide extra storage. Cleverly use the area above your cabinets to hold baskets, snacks, and less used things.

The baskets can keep small items and extra kitchen supplies out of sight while adding a decorative touch to the room. Using a set of matching baskets creates a gorgeous look, and adding vertical dividers will give the space an even more organized and clean appearance.

Find Spots for Practical Items

4. Find Spots for Practical Items

Sometimes no matter how big the kitchen is, you still run out of space. You will find that there is no space to add something to your kitchen. That’s where the spot above the cabinets comes in handy.

Show off your surplus kitchen necessities, cake stands, and trays. Stick to one colour palette for a tremendous look.

Within Arm's Reach

5. Within Arm’s Reach

Despite the size of the kitchen, it always seems like more space is preferable. Try storing bulky or infrequently used kitchen items above the cabinets for a less cluttered approach.

Bring in Artificial Plants

6. Bring in Artificial Plants

These days you will find beautiful, realistic plants that can bring a modern vibe to your kitchen space.

A bit of greenery in the kitchen makes a beautiful touch to your kitchen, and buying a few of the same style will keep the room looking fresh and clean.

Little artificial plants that you can put in identical pots and put above your cabinets. Add a few other similar arrangements on the dining table to tie it all together.

Colourful Collection

7. Colourful Collection

To put a collection on display without taking up extra space, consider filling up space above the cabinets. The Asian vases featured in this cheery kitchen add an accent in one spot.

Safe and Sound
8. Safe & Sound

It may seem scary while you’re putting them up there, but by storing breakable items above the kitchen cabinet, you can keep them away from children.

Gorgeous glass jars add a personal touch to the kitchen and are stored safely out of harm’s way.

Chalk It Up

9. Chalk It Up

To keep everything in its place but never get out of mind, coloured baskets with chalkboard labels are an excellent way to go. Mini chalkboards and a few cans of spray paint can create the perfect kitchen storage solution for you.

Hang a calendar front-and-centre in your kitchen. Chalkboard paint turns the awkward spot into a blank canvas in the best possible way.

Green Thumbt
10. Green Thumb

Add life to your kitchen by placing a few potted plants above the cabinets. And if the cabinets are too high to comfortably water the plants, use a mini leader.

Well-Lit Display

11. Well-Lit Display

In this charming kitchen, pottery, accessories, and rarely used serving ware are kept safe above a lovely cabinet with glass doors.

Excellent lighting and the warm, neutral colour of the walls and cabinets help to keep everything above the cabinet’s insight and mind.

Hit A Brick Wall
12. Hit A Brick Wall

Add brick (or brick wallpaper) above your cabinets for a cool, industrial effect. It’ll help balance out a stylish and modern kitchen.

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