Doesn’t it seem like our kitchen windows don’t get the same love as the rest of our windows? We stare out them nearly every day, but often we leave these windows bare! Let’s show some love to our kitchen windows. Here are 14 new ways to dress up kitchen windows!
I love the idea of wooden signs to decorate a window as At Home on the Bay shows here! This is an out-of-the-box decor choice and I love it. And if you don’t want to do it yourself, I sell a few wooden signs too…hint, hint, wink, wink. :)
Tea Towels as Curtains
I love this sunny kitchen and how the homeowner decided to use two sheer, colorful tea towels as curtains. Hung on a simple curtain rod and curtain clips, these towels still let enough light for you to not feel like you’re in a dark room, but they also add that pop of color!
Custom DIY Frosted Windows
Cleaning Junkie made custom DIY window privacy film with cute designs and the effect is great. I can see so much potential with this, such as little bird designs, favorite sayings, etc. You just need some black paper, some frosty contact paper, and a few other supplies.
Here’s a way to frame your windows without using curtains. The trick? Decorative shelf brackets! You can buy them in a range of designs, and install them, and there you have, instant window art! I bet it would make some pretty shadows as the sun rises and sets as well.
Washi Tape Blinds
Washi tape, also known as Japanese masking tape, comes in all kinds of patterns and colors, and you can certainly use it in interesting ways. What about this? Perfect for renters! You can dress up your white blinds with some colorful washi.
No-Sew Banner Window Treatment
This next window dressing method looks so cute when used on a kitchen window. The 36th Avenue uses scrap fabric to add to some whimsy and cheer to the space. Best of all? It’s no-sew!
Vintage Hankie Valances
If you collect vintage hankies, you might love this idea by Flamingo Toes. With just a rod and some clips, you can turn them into a cute valance. This would be a great way to draw attention to kitchen windows that are a bit short, too!
DIY Distressed Kitchen Shutters
What about window shutters? Who said they have to be on the outside of the house? Vintage News Junkie tackled her kitchen window treatments with this set of awesome shutters!
Book Page Window Treatment
Bookworms, this window treatment is a great idea for your tattered books! I found the idea at a blog called Tattered Style. Dana used a yellowed book to create the look. She laminated the pages and attached them to a piece of scrap wood with jump screws and eyes.
No-Sew Burlap Window Dressing
Don’t want to sew? No problem! Blogger 11 Magnolia Lane will show you how to make a simple valance out of burlap. You just tie the burlap after attaching it. Another great choice for your rustic or farmhouse style home.
Look at the lovely way that these beads frame the window. You can either make the curtains yourself or buy a set pre-made. It would be cute to do a special set just for the holidays, wouldn’t it?
Mason Jar Vase Window Treatment
I love Mason jars, and did you know you can use these all-purpose jars to decorate your windows? It All Started with Paint did a simple set up of daisies and Mason jars to create simple window vases.
DIY Roman Shade
Here’s a way to get a Roman shade in less than an hour, thanks to the ower of DIY. There are several ways you may make it, such as using tension rods. Homemade Ginger shared a great way to create your own Roman shade using mini blinds.
14 Ways To Dress Up Your Kitchen Windows
Sometimes it seems like we find a tablecloth that is too pretty to soil with food. Here’s a great way to make yourself colorful kitchen window treatments by using simple tablecloths. Just fold the tablecloth over and hem, or cut as needed. You could use a larger-size scarf.
Whether you want something traditional or something a little out-of-the-box, I’m sure you’ll love your new kitchen window treatments.