5 Creative Ways to Decorate Your Kitchen Cabinet
The kitchen is the main important place at your home from where you shape your entire living. You spend a great amount of time in the kitchen as needed, so why not make it as comfortable and convenient as possible?
Kitchen remodeling is a tough architectural task and involves a cost that may involve almost 20% of your entire remodeling of the house.
Decorating the kitchen cabinets in great ways as you need can give you ample opportunities for different reasons:
- Showcase the necessary kitchen utensils
- Avail the supplies within reach as and when needed
- Utilize the unused spaces to make it more functional
In this short guide, we will be looking at 5 creative ways Limehouse Properties suggests you to decorate the kitchen cabinets that can open myriad possibilities.
1. What About Multi-Tier Cabinets?
We target a defined space in the kitchen for use as a cabinet. Mostly, the mid-range of the wall. But what about the upper and lower spaces? Probably, these are kept unused or unorganized.
Ever thought of using all your wall space? A multi-tier cabinet is a great solution. You need to divide the wall space into three sections: Upper, Mid, and Lower sections.
Depending on the usage of the kitchen utensils, you can stack those on the mid and upper range. You can use the lower range for a lot of purposes. Starting from the range hood to placing a dust bin.
If you are not able to reach the sky-high cabinets, using a library ladder adds a lot of styles and delivers functional value.
2. See-Through Cabinets Are Elegant
See-through glass cabinets are a great addition to the upper and mid-range kitchen cabinets. It lets you showcase the beauty of the kitchen even in a closed space of your kitchen utensils.
On the one side, the transparent glass doors allow you to showcase the cabinet contents for a wide lovely reason. On the other side, it gives some illusional privacy without hiding much of your kitchen utensils.
If you use light in the glass kitchen cabinets from the inside, the view will be stunning.
You talk about modernity, add glass doors to the kitchen cabinets. If you’re afraid of the mess inside, choose a patterned or blur glass/glass sticker to put inside.
3. Stylish and Creative Lighting
What a creative way to spotlight the kitchen utensils and dishes from the kitchen cabinets!
3 ways to shine on.
- Spotlight inside the cabinet
- Spotlight outside the cabinet
- Hidden lighting strips under the mid-range cabinet
If you have a see-through glass cabinet, you can use spotlights inside the cabinet. This will beautify your kitchen utensils and make them the main attraction of the kitchen.
Below the cabinet, on the corner of the kitchen, where you cut your vegetables, where you wash your utensils, you can use spotlight for your further convenience.
Use flair LED lighting strips under the kitchen cabinet lines of the room. This hidden strategic lighting calls for attention at night.
4. Furniture Instead of Built-In Cabinets
You can use built-in cabinets for a heaven lot of reasons. Starting from a small piece of spoon set to double deluxe refrigerator stacking. Many use the kitchen cabinets for stacking washing machines or one of the best single wall ovens in the market, or for placing the range and kitchen hood.
Having small kitchen spaces, you may think of placing portable furniture/cabinets instead of built-in cabinets. Movable shelving units and display cabinets can be a great edition.
The upper and lower range cabinets are always great for built-in facilities. But for replacing mid-range cabinets, decorative furniture can be a good choice.
5. Dedicate One Corner Cabinets
Your kitchen corner space! Fill them up with vertical super high wall cabinets with worming lamps.
This can range from mid to high, or low to high range of the wall. This outfit is completely different and right for displaying the items.
These cabinets will come in handy when you need extra storage space.
Small kitchen or the large one, space is a matter to keep the kitchen functional, organized, and stylish. We have put through some creative tweaks that can help you to layout the kitchen space, make it more elegant, remove the darkness, and make you more productive.
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Samuel Adler is a 28-year-old executive who always enjoys creating something new and play around the central home improvement. He is a creative writer, a reader, and a full-time learner, but he just doesn’t like to eat so much. Being a part of The Home Impro, Samuel Adler found the platform to fully utilize his passion for creating something new.