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.
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.
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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