Kitchen layout is how to effectively use the space, a variety of equipment to be reasonably placed together, but also to ensure that all functions, so that the owner in the storage, preparation and cooking of the work area can be smooth, easy to operate.
1. Recycled Typographic Art – Create custom typographic art for your kitchen by raiding your recycling bin.
2. Pillowcase Tea Towels – Pillowcases from the thrift store are just the right size for creating cute tea towels. You can even print or stencil them with custom designs. Just make sure that you choose pillowcases that are made with an absorbent material, because you want these tea towels to be functional!
3. Update Cabinets on the Cheap – Ditch dated brass or gold-colored details without buying new.
4. Paint Your Cabinets – Painting cabinets is no small undertaking, but painting is a lot less pricey than buying new. Plus, you’re not sending those old cabinets to the landfill. Here’s how to sand and paint that awful veneer wood.
5. Painted Spoon Wall Art – Hit the thrift for old spoons and create some upcycled kitchen wall decor on the uber cheap.
6. Create a Kitchen Chalkboard – Keep track of what’s in the produce drawer or plan your weekly menus with an upcycled framed chalkboard.
7. Custom Canisters for Dry Goods – Upcycle old glass jars into countertop-worthy storage for coffee, sugar, or any other dry goods that don’t fit into your too-small pantry.
8. Update Your Light Fixtures – Don’t toss that outdated light fixture. Grab some chalkboard paint and give it a fresh, modern makeover with less money and less waste.