Hi there! I’m Ruth from A House in Holland, and I’m super excited to help Cassity finish off kitchen month with the Kitchen Project Linkup! We’re looking forward to seeing all the creative, low-cost ways you’ve found to organize and/or beautify your kitchen spaces. Did you re-do your cabinets yourself? Create a pretty vignette on an open shelf? Make a cute rug or curtain? Slap a stencil on your knife block? Finally figure out how to organize your pantry? Show off the results of your effort and creativity in the linkup at the end of this post. You’ll be able to add links until Monday evening). Cassity will feature some of the stand-out links later next week.
Just in case you might need a little inspiration to get you started on a kitchen project of your own I’ve rounded up some nifty, thrifty idea-filled kitchens from around the blogosphere to kick things off, this week. I went looking for ways to spiff up kitchen decor or organize kitchen supplies that could be accomplished with more DIY enthusiasm than money, and found these terrific examples.
DIY Chalkboard refrigerator from The Handmade Home
Ornate Frames turned fridge magnets at The Way We Are
Chevron wall treatment from East Coast Creative
Skinny storage at Classy Clutter
The Stanley Clan‘s free and reclaimed butcher block countertops
Kristen Duke‘s cute photo display pennant valance
DIY Valance replaces old woodwork at Life At Our House
Barstool makeover from Craftaholics Anonymous
Above the cabinets decor by The Pleated Poppy
Small changes make a big impact at Sunnyside Up
Isn’t it neat to see how a few changes here and there or a creative new use for a simple item can really add personality and function to a kitchen?
Your turn! Click the linky button below to add links here to the kitchen projects you’ve blogged about. The linky will be open until Monday night, July 30th. Please include a link back here to Remodelaholic in your post, so that others can join in the fun, too. And if you really want to let your friends in on the fun, click the “pin it” button, above, to create a Pinterest pin back to this linkup.
Can’t wait to see your kitchen!
(Featured picture for this post came from The Pleated Poppy.)
Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.