Summer is the season of openness and some lively changes in life. From the way we dress to the dishes we eat, everything undergoes slight change, surely for the good.
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With changing seasons, we all have been focusing on changing our beddings or furniture arrangement but have almost forgotten the hub of our house. Yes, you guessed it right, in this article we are going to be talking about ways to add variations to our kitchen. In this reading, you will get to know a few minimal yet eye-catching ways to add a hint of summer to your kitchen, and all within your budget.
- Let The Sun In
If your kitchen window is sealed and draped with a thick curtain, then today should be the last day this way. Summers demand receiving the gifts of nature with open arms. And sunlight is the biggest blessing of this season. Simply put away all the heavy kitchen curtains and replace them with the ones having light color and material. Opening that sealed window, will add some bright sunlight into your kitchen, giving your day the best start. While talking about some natural benefits, sunlight helps restrict bacterial and viral accumulation in your kitchen as well.
- Plants Love Summers
As our lives become a bit outgoing in summers, plants also grow well in this season. The natural rise in temperature indoors will help indoor plants grow well in your kitchen window or cabinet side. A little water with some love would be enough to grow your favorite indoor plants this summer. Adding these small planters to your kitchen will make it look lively and aesthetic at the same time, choose some non toxic indoor plants fro their healthy benefits. Some good recommendations would be Red Aglaonema, Begonia, String of Pearls, or even Peace Lily would look pretty. Or keeping it all organic, you can simply sow some coriander seeds in a planter and get fresh coriander every day.
- Time For Some New Crockery
The monotonous old white and blue crockery set needs to go back in the cupboard. The summer season requires some fresh and colorful crockery to be set on the shelves and cupboards. Using a fresh set of chinaware will give a festive feel to your eating routine. Opting for some bright and contrasting colors also goes well in summers. You can also mix and match different colors and designs to add a hint of freshness to your kitchen. If you want the brightest crockery set then going for Mexican cutlery would be a good idea.
- Accessory Update
Adding a summery flavor to your kitchen does not need aesthetic changes only but keeping a check on the basics is also very important. Over the past few years, summers have become considerably hotter than before and this heat requires some extra prep. Be sure you have enough of those summer accessories including some ice lolly molds, ice cube trays, ice crushers, some shakers, mocktail makers, etc. These summer must-haves are also much needed to add that summery feel to your kitchen.
- Let Some Colour Pop
Until now we were talking about some minor changes to update your kitchen summer vibe but there is always a fuller version of everything available. If you want your kitchen to look completely different then changing your kitchen interior is the fuller version of it. From going for bright-colored cabinets to adding some fresh lights and wall art, you can do tonnes of things. But from where to get some excellent ideas along with the best material? To fizzle out the stress here, you can contact a kitchen contractor. From setting the tone to getting the right material, a kitchen contractor knows it all.
Summers are here to change your life for good. And these changes are not limited to your clothes but should reach out to your kitchen as well. By making light changes to your kitchen setup like adding some plants, new crockery, or some new accessories, you can revamp your kitchen. But if you want something much fuller then going for a kitchen remodeling would be a great option. In this writing, we have tried our best to give you all kinds of kitchen renovation ideas best suitable for the summer season.
Hope you find it helpful. Happy summers!