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5 Impactful Kitchen Additions Under $150

5 Impactful Kitchen Additions Under $150


January 20th 2024

After this recent cold spell, you may be hunkered down in the kitchen, whipping up comfort food, or baking something sweet. So why not give the heart of your home some TLC that won’t require a huge hit to your bank account?

This week’s chic looks from Instagram are all about small decor changes that can deliver big results in your kitchen. The best part? They all cost under $150. Take a look at these affordable, trending kitchen designs that will make those long days indoors fly by.

1. Statement kettle

For a little refresh that immediately boosts your kitchen’s aesthetic (and your mood), try an eye-catching kettle like this one from @kate_rose_morgan.

“Your stovetop can be a design opportunity if you place things on it that are both functional and design-driven,” says interior designer Peg Hemzacek, of FLOOR360. “A kettle is the perfect choice because the options are endless, and the styles vary from kitschy to ultramodern.”

2. Countertop lamp

Another small but mighty kitchen upgrade that gets us glowing? This adorable countertop lamp from @kateabtdesign.

“The art of shelf and counter styling is a worthy pursuit in today’s kitchen designs,” says Hemzacek. “Tabletop lamps are the perfect mix of eclectic and vintage. Choose a lampshade with some texture and a round curved base to contrast with the straight lines of cabinets.”

3. Cookbook stand

Fun fact: There’s counter decor out there that can also give you immediate cooking chops. It’s true! This cookbook stand featured by @akindofhome doesn’t just add a certain slow-living romance to the space, it also hints at the culinary skills of its owner.

“People love to showcase their favorite cookbooks—primarily ones passed down from their family,” says designer Devin Shaffer, of Decorilla. “For that reason, I try to stick to old-school wood styles. Don’t worry about being too matchy-matchy—the book is what matters most.”

4. DIY plant shelf

Nothing warms up a plain-Jane kitchen quite like a few plants. But when it comes to staging your green-thumb prowess for maximum effect, we find a plant shelf like this one from @bohoxdecor does it best!

“Kitchens tend to get more light than other areas in the home, which makes them a great spot for plants,” says Shaffer. “I love keeping my favorite plants in the kitchen, because I never forget to water them. You can also train certain trailing plants to grow in various directions for a more lived-in vibe.”

5. Pot rack

Utilizing your vertical real estate to make a statement isn’t just for small kitchens—it’s also a great affordable way to add more cottage-esque decor and function to the space. Not convinced yet? Just take a look at this design from @designstudiospaces.

“Mixing metallics in the kitchen is a design trend that adds interest and a personal touch that’s unique to your home,” says Hemzacek. “Get creative, and go beyond kitchen fixtures to bring in a set of artfully displayed and neatly arranged pots and pans.”

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