If you are bored of your old kitchen design and are struggling with some affordable ways to simply add a fresh touch of color and liveliness to your kitchen, then you are in the right place!
Here in this post, we have rounded up a super satisfying list of DIY projects and ideas for your kitchen. All these projects are easy to do and are sure to make your cooking space clean, pretty and functional. Get started now and explore all the great things you can make and how-to instructions for adding style, function to your own kitchen!
Dotted Porcelain Teapot
Give your plain white porcelain teapot a new life by painting and dotting. Bring a lot of color into the kitchen with this easy DIY project. DIY instructions via Invisibly
DIY Rustic Wood Tray
Love this tray for our coffee station in my kitchen! You can make it with some pallet wood boards and a bit of woodworking skills. Get DIY instructions via Liz Marie Blog
DIY Kitchen Containers with Labels
Print these pantry organization labels for free and add to your kitchen. Labels include recipe so everything can be stored in jars or air tight containers. Get the free printables for the labels and DIY steps via The Perfect Wife
DIY Indoor Mason Jar Herb Garden
These DIY mason jar herb gardens are the perfect addition toany kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, screwdriver, soil, herbs and a chalkboard marker. You can buy the Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars via Target
, or you can totally DIY one if you are a DIY lover.
DIY Stackable Fruit Crates
Add storage to your kitchen with this creative stackable crates. It is great for fruit or vegetable storage! See the step-by-step tutorial via The Wood Grain Cottage
DIY Pullout Baking Sheet Drawer
Get some pieces of wood and create this pullout sheet drawer. Easy and quick to make and great for a kitchen rack to organize all the bakeware. See the DIY instructions via Two Feet First
Wipe Off Weekly Menu Board
Use a frame and some glass-type material to make this super easy wipe-off menu board for your kitchen. You can change the background any time to keep track of what’s for dinner each night and match your new decor. Get the step-by-step tutorial via Make and Takes