Kitchen wall decorating can get expensive and it’s not always the easiest to find big enough pieces to fill your space. You want to make sure that you are hanging the right amount of decor to avoid shrinking the room or allowing it to feel too empty.
We’ve curated a list of the most inexpensive ways to achieve the kitchen wall of your dreams! Layering up on all your favorite pieces is a really easy way to make a statement without having to spend a lot of money! Layering is such a simple way to transform the original purpose of pieces and to allow for a more dimensional look! Layering can be done by adding any kind of wall piece, old shutters, stems, a wreath, or a clock in front of it.
If you are on a budget and looking for beautiful wall art on a dime, try calendar pages! Black and white options are a good way to easily stick to being neutral and trendy.
Once you’ve selected the calendar you want along with the pages you like, it’s time to hang them on the wall.
We also love wall racks in general because they allow you to store your mugs and tea towels without having to take up ANY extra room at all!
Floating shelving gets brought up a lot in other blog posts that we’ve done before because it’s just a really great option all around. It’s expensive, you have so many options, and it creates storage without taking up any extra space.
Click here to check out our other blog post all about decorating with floating shelves for inspiration! If your kitchen is lacking cabinet space or you need an area to display your spices, herbs, etc, this is perfect for you!
We love the idea of adding some potted herbs for easy access and freshness for your home-cooked meals.
Whether you are a cooking connoisseur or lean toward the more inexperienced side, we all have cookbooks or at least recipes we need handy! Not only are cookbooks essential for cooking but they make great displaying pieces. It’s a great way to make a huge statement and add a conversational piece to the mix.
You can literally only add a fun chandelier, dining room table, rug, and your pull-down map and voila! You have a fully decorated dining room perfect for your family and friend gatherings.
Kitchen Wall Decorating with book pages may seem a little different but it’s such a unique way to showcase your personality.
We’ve even seen neat designs where you take pages from vintage kids’ books and style them.
Usually, the only kids’ books that work for the kitchen are ones about cooking, tea time, etc. It’s a little more on the playful side of this idea, but it’s a great way to add a fun touch of color to your wall decor.
We also love the idea of finding old books with botanical prints to create gorgeous wall art. We hope you’ve enjoyed all these different ideas for kitchen wall decorating.