Low-Cost Color for Your Kitchen

Add some bright accents to your kitchen with these fun, easy projects.

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That naked kitchen window is just waiting to be jazzed up.

So for this makeover, skip the mini-blinds and go for a set of classic café panels. To make your own, give an old-fashioned craft a twist by turning tea towels into artsy curtains. Start by dyeing four flour-sack tea towels in a trendy color like magnolia green. Then buy three shades of paint in the same color family and three large foam stamps to create your design. Stamp all over the fabric, alternating the colors and the stamps as you go. Position a decorative tension rod halfway down the window and hang the four panels side by side across the rod with curtain ring clips. If your color-pop is conch shell peach, you might choose seashell stamps, or if peacock blue is your color, pick paisleys to pattern your panels. What a pretty punch of color!

Decorate With the O'Neil Sisters at hgtv.com.

Photos by Jennifer and Kitty O'Neil

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