Owner Molly Filipczak was published in Chippewa Valley Home Builders Association's Home Impressions magazine. She shared tips for keeping up with the kitchen theme trends, and you can read the article below!
Whether it's roosters, apples or wine, kitchen décor themes seem to be everywhere for a while, and then just as quickly as they rise to the top, the craze is over and what was once a trend can seem out of date. How do we know what themes to buy into and what ones will be passing ships?
I try to not overthink it. If I like it, I'm going to do it. I also tend to keep it simple. I have my main pieces how I want them, and then invest in a few, easily replaceable trendy pieces. I keep it thrifty, knowing that I will probably not want to use those pieces in a few years. That way I can change it out and not feel guilty.
Right now, my kitchen has a sprinkling of arrows and owls, but not so much that it will be hard to switch out when I stop loving the look. I wouldn't recommend wallpapering in a theme, or any other decorating that would be a lot of work to change.
Décor trends come and go, and some of them even come back around again (pink bathrooms, anyone?). It can be hard to stay on top of it all, but if you keep your main pieces neutral and keep your trendy pieces replaceable, you'll stay on trend without breaking the bank.