Hi there everyone!
I am going to make this a quickie in the kitchen today. Today, I am sharing how to seasonally decorate your kitchen on a budget. You will see in this post how I jump around from season to season sharing the different looks. I would estimate my yearly seasonal changes are around $100-$150.00 a year. If that because a lot of the decor I recycle and use in different areas of our home.
Now onto some fun budget friendly decorating ideas.
I believe it was last year around the fall season that I discovered changing out my window treatments didn’t have to cost me an arm and and a leg.
This was the first tablecloth I had ever purchased for the kitchen windows. I was truly amazed at how pretty they looked, and custom just for this window. Considering I would need longer panels, they would have cost me at least $40.00 a panel. I think I spent less than $20.00 on these tablecloths.
Then I went onto the Christmas season and found two tablecloths marked down for less than $3.00 each.
Then at Christmas time I found yet another tablecloth for el cheapo and was able to change up the look once again. I believe in my first post I shared about using tablecloths for curtains I mentioned how I can change the window treatment look for less than $100.00. My speculation was correct.
Now onto the spring/summer look. This time I only purchased one tablecloth for less than $20.00 and cut it in half. I realized one panel would suffice just fine.
All the colors I so love! Blues, yellow, greens and coral. Paisley print is always my all time favorite.
I found the darling burlap birds and burlap mini pillows from Walmart. They were cheap too!
Fall kitchen decorating ideas
One tablecloth cut down the middle, made two panels. I put the cut part on the outside and when I tied the panels back, you couldn’t even tell what so ever.
My recent dollar tree votives made over with tissue paper. I took these photos back in April, I see my birthday balloon in this picture slightly.
Tea towel was a recent birthday gift. I love the vibrant colors.
Another burlap bird
A colorful rooster that came out of retirement (out of the cupboard)
Pretty floral wreath added to the window for cheer. Same wreath I had on my thrifty chair makeover last month.
Coordinating tablecloth curtains here
I’m ready for the happy, bright season ahead.
Next, I need to style my industrial diy shelf with some fun and peppy colorful decor. Looking a little blah zah over there.
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Hope this inspired you to go grab a few tablecloths and make some pretty window treatments this season.
No glue, no sewing. I used curtain rod clips that I simply attached to the tablecloth and as you can see used a decorative curtain rod that I have up all year round.
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Great inspiration Deb… Love the colors ! Now I am going to check out the tablecloths. ❤️
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Love your kitchen, great accessories and vignettes. It looks wonderful.
Great kitchen. I love the curtain changes. We probably wouldn’t do it at our place. I did show some of those ideas to my Sister when she moved in her new house and needed ideas.
Beautiful! Love everything!
Where did you find all those great tablecloths so cheap?????
OK. Never mind! I clicked back to a previous post and saw Wal Mart! This is a great post and great idea!!! Thanks! Dona
Love it, Debbie! Everything just goes together. I have a hard time decorating anything! I’m still trying to select paint colors ( for the last six months)! Guess I need to go shopping with you!
Your Spring spruce-up is inspiring. I think I am going straight into Summer mode. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, I can use red, white, and blue. That’s seasonal and patriotic. We have had our first day in the 90s already here in Mesquite, Texas. A lovely Spring day is one without tornado warnings! For something like your DIY industrial shelf, I would think just one more of your lovely dishcloths and another bird ought to be plenty. The room already looks complete and sweet!
Penny at the Comforts of Home
LOVE all of the table cloths you have found for curtains!!
Can I come live at your house? LOL Yout home looks so welcoming and comfy, Debbie! Great Spring spruce up!!!
Thanks Kris! Sure, I have an extra room:)
I love how you turn tableclothes into curtains! They look wonderful! I like to change things up with the seasons too but had not thought of the curtains! You are a rock star!
Now I cant wait for tomorrow morning to go check out Ross and etc. stores for their table cloths and maybe flat sheet section to re decorate my eating kitchen area while we wait to remodel. Can you give any cheap floor ideas for a kitchen floor since retiring I must watch every penny.
Hard to say Lorraine without seeing the space and your home plan what would be the cheapest option. Tile is typically budget friendly.
How lovely! The easy and cheapest spring decor for us is definitely flowers. Just grab some blooming from the garden, put it in a jar, and bam! Instantly makes the room so bright and beautiful.