She is the founding editor of Apartment Therapy's The Kitchn, an award-winning cooking website and online community, which began in An avid home cook, gardener, and lover of dinner parties, she lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband. Toggle navigation.
New to eBooks. Yes, the glass will get greasy eventually, but it's easier to clean glass than a painted wall. Line drawers and cabinets with colorful fabric or paper. Apply fabric wallpaper to the backs of your cabinets using fabric starch; the cloth wallpaper is both washable and removable. Line drawers with pretty paper from an art supply store.
Enhance the sense of space with a mirror. A big mirror hung on one wall or over the kitchen table reflects light, helps make up for the lack of a window, and increases the feeling of spaciousness. Lay down a rug. You may think it will get irredeemably dirty, but a patterned rug will hide stains and is easy to vacuum. With a nonslip rug pad beneath, it's also nicer to stand on than hard, cold tile. Adorn the table or windowsill with living plants or fresh flowers.
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Fresh flowers are a simple grace note for any kitchen. Splurge on them to make your space feel more special, or snip evergreen twigs or even flowering weeds from your backyard or on your walk home. Anything alive makes the kitchen feel more welcoming. Paint is a major tool for the cook with an ugly, dark kitchen. Don't forget the ceiling, where color can instantly make the room more cheerful think sky blue, lemon yellow, pale washes of bright colors.
Painting the entire room can seem daunting, but with careful cleaning, taping, and priming, you can do an expert job by yourself. Supply music or a radio. The companionship of radio is something we appreciate in our kitchens.
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