I enjoy having a cottage style kitchen… it has plenty of charm and always feels so welcoming.
The cottage style is so easy to implement and can definitely be done on a tight budget.
So, today I’m sharing 5 ways I’ve added cottage charm to my kitchen.
Open shelves allow you to showcase your wares… crockery, cutlery, quirky collectibles etc.
This is an area you can change around as often as you like… which happens to be a lot for me!
The eclectic mix of pretty colours and mix and match china (stoneware) give a cottage kitchen such a cozy feel.
Try mixing florals, polka dots and checks for added character. Shown here are beautiful pieces from my Greengate collection.
Fresh flowers add texture and interest in my kitchen.
Sometimes I hang a posy of fresh picked herbs or a bunch of spring onions.
Even a simple sprig of hydrangea placed in a mug can add a pretty detail to open shelves.
White cabinets are a perfect backdrop for a cottage kitchen.
I added some extra pizzazz to mine by labeling my drawers using lettering I cut on my Silhouette.
Don’t we all love chalkboards!!
I have mine on the side of a cabinet, where it doubles as a notice board and a fun backdrop to open shelves and a hang rail.
All of these steps to creating a kitchen with cottage charm are easy and budget friendly,
so don’t be frightened to give it a try.
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