1. New Hardware:
Blogger, professional landscaper, and host of HGTV’s “I Hate My Yard” Sara Bendrick used National Hardware to build an outdoor coffee table that doubles as a storage space. She also appeared on Home & Family on the Hallmark channel and showed off her one of a kind National Hardware DIY project.
In just a few simple steps », Sabine from Mom in Music City has a brand new looking kitchen.
If your 2017 New Year’s resolution was to get more organized, this one is for you. Open shelves, glass cabinets and neatly organized coffee mugs are a great way to update the look of your kitchen. Adding a few cup hooks to the inside or under your cabinet door can help you organize and store your kitchen utensils and be on trend with just a few ‘on display’ items. For more ideas to get organized, visit our post»
3. Mug Wall:
One of the simplest ways to store and add a decorative feature to your kitchen is to build a mug wall or coffee station. With a few pieces of scrap wood and some decorative hooks, here is a step by step tutorial on how to create a mug wall in just under an hour.
4. Sliding Door Pantry:
Probably one of our favorite trends this year (we may be a bit biased) is replacing old doors with sliding barn doors. We love saving space and being on trend and decorative.
Here is a post » from our blogger KariAnne at Thistlewood Farms who transformed her pantry doors into sliding doors. This look could work on anything from closets and bookshelves to medicine cabinets and shutters. Bonus points for making this door double as a message board!
5. Black and White:
Always timeless and easily interchangeable to different trends. A black and white kitchen is truly a chameleon when it comes to staying on trend. With a few additions of new hardware » or light fixtures, you can take your kitchen from traditional to farmhouse in an hour.
6. Hanging Plants/Indoor Plants:
There is no space too small for this eco-friendly trend. Bringing real plants into your living space, kitchen, or bathroom will not only liven up your space, but it will also create a beautiful backdrop or focal point. Try hanging a variety of plants in colorful, fun-shaped vases using rope and cup hooks: Do it yourself! »