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How to style your kitchen for Spring

How to style your kitchen for Spring

Now that winter is officially behind us and sunnier weather is on the horizon, you might be craving a kitchen makeover that aligns a bit more with the fresh-cut grass, blooming flowers and longer days outside your window. You’ll be pleased to know that it doesn’t take a complete upheaval to switch up the vibe in your kitchen; you can bring the outdoors in with just a few subtle and easy changes.

At Kitchen Design Centre, we’ve got over 30 years of experience designing and supplying beautiful kitchens, so we have a few tips to help you bring the feel of Spring into yours.

Let the light in

One of the best things about Spring is the fact that the days get longer and the nights get shorter, and it finally feels like summer is on the way! One of the best things you can do for your space is to let as much light in as possible. A well-lit kitchen will help your space feel more spacious and airy, so clear any appliances off your kitchen windowsill and draw back those blinds to let as much of the sun in as you can. If natural light is limited in your space, don’t worry; you’ve got plenty of options to solve the problem – for example, you could use a few lamps or under-counter lighting.


Let the light in

Fresh up your space with a lick of paint

If you’re looking to give your kitchen a fresh update without a complete renovation, making a few thoughtful changes can go a long way. Adding a fresh coat of paint is an easy and affordable way to switch up the look of your space. With Spring approaching, pastels and neutrals are a great choice for adding a bright and airy feel to your kitchen. Whether you’re looking to update your cabinets, walls, or kitchen island, a fresh coat of paint can transform your kitchen and give it a whole new vibe.

Switch up your accessories

If you’d prefer to keep your changes on the temporary side, there are still plenty of ways to transform the look and feel of your space without taking out the paintbrush. Changing up your accessories can give you the same effect. Switching out your tea towels, wall art or even decorating fruit bowls can bring a new atmosphere into your space without any dramatic renovations. The same applies to your tea, coffee, and sugar pots, too. If you have curtains in your kitchen, try switching them out for something lighter and a little more sheer. It’s these little changes that together add up to create a noticeable impact.

To keep the clean, tidy springtime feel in your kitchen, always try to keep appliances to a minimum so your space doesn’t feel cluttered. Reducing your kitchen appliances to just that which you need will help your space feel open. Many modern appliances, like Neff ovens and Quooker taps, are designed to serve more than one purpose, limiting the need to have an abundance of appliances taking up space on your countertops or in your cupboards.


Bring the outdoors in with plants and flowers

Bring the outdoors in with plants and flowers

Perhaps the most obvious way to ring in Spring in the kitchen is with foliage. Everyone loves a plant or two, and in the kitchen, they really help perk up a space and bring a sense of freshness and vitality. There are many ways you could approach bringing some greenery into the kitchen, such as choosing some beautiful seasonal Spring flowers like daffodils, peace lilies, orchids, or azaleas – the list goes on. You could keep it monochrome with green plants like succulents, mini palm trees or cheese plants.

Or, if you’re more of a home chef, then why not introduce some fresh herbs into your cooking with basil, parsley, thyme and oregano plants? If you’re prone to burning yourself while cooking up a storm, an aloe vera plant is the perfect addition to your set-up; not only will it look gorgeous on your counter, it’ll help soothe any burns! 

And of course, if you need any pointers in reimagining your kitchen for Spring, we’re always here to offer advice. Our award-winning team of designers has years of experience helping our clients achieve their dream kitchens, so get in touch! You can pop down to one of our local kitchen showrooms in Barrowford, Blackburn, Failsworth—Manchester, Urmston—Manchester, or Woolton, Liverpool, and have a quick chat with us over a cup of tea.

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