Personalise Your Kitchen With These Simple DIY Ideas

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Tags: DIY

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When it comes to home improvement, it’s the personal touches that turn your house into a home, and this is especially true for the kitchen.

Putting time and effort into the little details may not make sense to some, but for others its what differentiates their kitchen and makes it special.

So for those who agree that there’s no better way to express your own unique identity than to make something by hand, we’ve put together a little collection that you might enjoy.

4 Kitchen DIY Ideas For The Hearty Homemaker

1.Build A Tilt-Out Rubbish Bin Cabinet


Having your rubbish bin in the kitchen can be extremely convenient, but it can also become a real eyesore! Thankfully, this tilt-out trash cabinet solves the problem.

2.Kit Out Your Kitchen With A Coffee Station

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Apart from showing guests that you’re serious about your coffee, creating a little coffee corner will instantly perk up your kitchen. Whether you decorate it with coffee-related antiques or hang up some quirky signs, this station is sure to stir up some stimulating conversation.

3.Give Your Fridge A Makeover

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If your fridge is looking a bit bruised and battered, then why not take the opportunity to personalise your kitchen with a dash of creativity? You’ll be amazed by how simple it is to jazz up your fridge with a stylish stencil, or a coat of chalkboard paint!

4.Make A Wine Rack

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Your guests will be raising a glass to your DIY skills when they see your personalised wine rack up on display. You can work wonders with a few wooden planks and some screws!

After browsing through these kitchen DIY ideas, we hope you’re fired up and ready to make something wonderful.

But please do us a favour and don’t keep your DIY plans to yourself – tell us all about how you plan to personalise your kitchen with your DIY project in the comment box below!



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