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    Instagram’s 5 Best Design Ideas To Help Spice Up Your Kitchen for Summer


    If you’re anything like us, you’re starting to realize that quarantine did a number on your Postmates bill—and it’s high time for you to get back in the kitchen.

    That old space? Yes—blurgh—we know.

    But being in the kitchen doesn’t have to feel like drudgery. Perhaps all you need is a fresh summer design to make you want to get cooking again.

    Like we always do, we combed through hundreds of posts on Instagram to bring you the looks that are trending hottest this week. From earthy jungle-inspired designs to vintage luxury, we’ve got you covered—no matter which direction you decide to take your kitchen decor. Here are five summer kitchen looks we can’t get enough of.

    1. Vintage baby-blue tiles

    Just like the iconic baby-blue of vintage Mustangs, this gorgeous hue is making its way back into home decor—and notably, in the kitchen of @hiermitmir.

    “As with all things vintage, baby-blue ceramic tiles are back,” says Lauren Noel of Love Remodeled. “When paired with current styles such as natural wood, modern furniture, or patterned tile, baby-blue tiles are the perfect marriage of old and new.”

    Get the look: Add this retro-inspired look to your kitchen with these Cambridge porcelain mosaic tiles from Wayfair.

    2. Chimney-style hood vent

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    There are hood vents—and then there’s this chimney-style hood vent in the home of @whitneyandcodesign.

    “We’re seeing kitchen design becoming more and more of a place to show off unique and show-stopping designs,” says Jaime Huffman of Charleston Blonde. “The chimney-style hood vent is a stunning addition to any kitchen. It frames out the cooktop area nicely and introduces texture.”

    Get the look: Get a show-stopping vent for your kitchen by shopping these artisanal copper vents from the CopperSmith.

    3. Lush jungle kitchen

    Not going anywhere exotic this season? Then it might be the perfect time to take a page from @kerrylockwood and turn your kitchen into an evergreen jungle.

    “Plants make a particularly stunning addition to a kitchen,” says Huffman. “Trailing vines are a great way to decorate any empty space, and the green tones really liven things up—making it an easy way to update any basic kitchen on a budget.”

    Get the look: Head to your local nursery or shop the collection at The Sill to get started growing your very own jungle kitchen.

    4. Dove-gray cabinets

    Gray has been a favorite kitchen color for a while now, but these luminescent dove-gray cabinets featured by @mini_malnie_maksymalna? Now that’s a result that’s pretty perfect.

    “Gray cabinets—specifically dove-gray—have become a popular alternative to white cabinets,” says Doreen Amico-Sorell of Sorell Interiors. “While being a soft shade of gray, they continue to have the neutrality of white—offering the ability of going into a different color palette and aesthetic entirely.”

    Get the look: Shop Silver Strand by Sherwin-Williams to bring this blissful gray hue into your kitchen.

    5. All-white bough pendant

    Bring nature inside! (And we don’t mean the bugs.) These summery all-white bough pendants, featured by @tuskhome, are the perfect way to give your kitchen a warm-weather refresh.

    “The all-white bough pendant takes a more natural approach to the open-frame pendant light trend,” says Huffman. “Instead of angular black metal pendants, these lights feature natural curves and bends, and the white-painted wrought iron keeps the kitchen color palette light and airy while still making a statement.”

    Get the look: Snag this look for your kitchen by shopping this handmade pendant light from Etsy.

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