quick kitchen makeover {lazy woman’s version}

by Angela on April 16, 2012


I’ve got the spring bug.  You know the one that causes you to want to change everything…lighter and brighter (or just different)?

It seems like every year around this time, I start changing things around.  I’m still working on the girl’s bedroom, but I’ve also started playing around with my kitchen.

I thought I would be re-painting it, it would be fourth time in 3 years, but I think I’m just going to go an easier route.  I found some tea towels that I like and a few other accessories.  {There will be some pink involved! ;) }




I’m also ready to change out the hardware for something a little more fun.  This is what I have now:

I’m thinking of going with something like this:

Any thoughts on the knobs?

This is a picture I took a few months ago.  It will give you an idea of the wall color.

And lastly I want to use these to make two shelves.

Simple changes, but I’m really excited about them.  What do you think??



tea towels:  West Elm & World Market
candles & soap organizer:  Target
Hardware:  Hobby Lobby
Brackets:  Anthropologie
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Vanessa April 16, 2012 at 9:29 pm

Oh Angela, your kitchen is so gorgeous! Anything you do will just be like the cherry on top. :-) I love those new knobs and think they would be beautiful against the cabinet color. Your new towels are fantastic too!


Angela April 17, 2012 at 11:33 pm

Thanks, Vanessa! I am actually going to use a couple of different knobs I think? I went back to HL today and found one I like in the same color. I might stay up late “playing” tonight! ;)


Rondell April 16, 2012 at 10:26 pm

Love the knobs just like I love HL! Love the tea towels also:)


Angela April 17, 2012 at 11:35 pm

Rondell, thanks! I’m playing around in my kitchen right now…I’m getting excited with the little changes and have moved into the living room as well. I NEED TO BE STOPPED! :)


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