Kitchen themes can make it super easy to decorate your home because it gives you the ability to find accents that correspond around one concept, while still giving you the ability to create something really unique and special. Picking up pieces that match your theme is much easier than winging it because you’re less likely to have that eclectic looking kitchen with a bit of everything in it. So, the question is, how do you begin to choose a kitchen theme? Where do you get started when selecting a theme that will convey your personality and charm in your kitchen decor? In a previous post, I gave a few ideas on themes that will give you a new found love for your kitchen. Today, I want to share with you my top ten favorite decorating helps. Many of these
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There’s a reason she’s called the queen of crafting. Martha Stewart is the perfect place to go to for inspiration, particularly if you’re a DIYer. You’ll find so many outstanding ideas for things that you can do yourself to give your home the unique ‘you’ look that your friends won’t have. Don’t be surprised if you’re asked to make a few things for others. Marth Steward DIYs may just hook you! You can see for yourself. Browse her site for home decor DIYs for any season or occasion here.
6. Stone Gable Blog
I love vintage farmhouse decor and the cottage chic look. Yvonne does a fabulous job giving so many visuals and tips on her blog. Her blog is in my favorite home decor pics because it’s well rounded, showing you how to organize, decorate, refresh, create, and DIY. She also has recipes! You can visit Yvonne’s blog to get a ton of wonderful ideas for decorating your home.
7. Williams Sonoma
Okay, I love Williams Sonoma. They have the best kitchen gadgets, and I’m gadget woman! Stainless steel is one of my most favorite to use in the kitchen. Alongside my iron skillet selection, I have
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