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When you live in an apartment like me, it doesn't feel like there's a lot you can do to make a kitchen your own, but a few simple touches can make all the difference. Here's a look at my kitchen.
Start small - Cute, colorful dish towels are one of my favorite items to buy when it comes to brightening up the kitchen. It's a small purchase that brings in personality and color.
The doors - Depending on your landlord, you may have the option to paint your cabinets or even remove the doors for an open storage look. If neither of those are possibilities, switching out the hardware on your cabinets gives you a little creative control.
Accessorize - Add a table lamp to the countertop, artwork to the walls, a rug, a stack of cookbooks. Kitchens can be the forgotten land when it comes to interior decorating, but it just takes a little effort to make it a room that reflects your style.
On display -- Apartment storage is often limited, and there's no need to hide everything. Adding shelving and pot racks is a great way to make your private items public. Don't be afraid to have those whisks and wooden spoons, Le Creuset pots, spices and that pretty bottle of olive oil out in the open.
How do you add style to your kitchen?