Shabby chic kitchen are just lovely — so cozy and inviting. Get inspired by these examples.
Oh, is there anything more lovely than a shabby chic kitchen?
When I got early access to Pinterest years ago, a whole new world opened up for me.
Instead of ripping pages out of magazines, which I did all the time, I started pinning pictures of things that I love to my 200+ boards.
My shabby chic board grows with more ideas all the time. Here are several of the shabby chic kitchen pictures I have pinned to my board for inspiration.
Since I love the farmhouse and cottage decor look, a lot of these shabby chic and chippy kitchen ideas also have elements of farmhouse or cottage decor.
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Shabby Chic Kitchen Decor Ideas
My dream kitchen would look something like this. And yes, it would be this cluttered, because as you know, I have a lot of vintage decorating items I love to display.
That chippy hutch is lovely, and I like the collection of plates on the wall.
This is a beautiful little hutch I’d love to have space for in our kitchen:
I have a farmer’s sink like this one in our Blue Cottage — it’s the one thing I insisted on in the whole house.
When you order one, make sure you get free shipping — these are very heavy! I ordered a fireclay farmhouse sink because it’s so durable.
This one is reversible — check out the other side!
Did you notice the chandelier in the previous picture? Swoon? A chandelier in the kitchen? Yes, please!
This chandelier would be my choice — can you believe it’s under $100?
I also absolutely love that distressed shelf idea above the window as well. It’s wall art and more storage space.
Here is another stunning kitchen with a farm sink. I love the soft, shabby chic colors.
I love this floor. I have a thing for painted wood floors.
My parents had an antique store and were collectors of many things, and I definitely inherited that bug. I love vignettes of things, like this one of creamers and bowls on open shelves. I have similar collections, of Green Gate items and others, in my shabby chic kitchen!
Shabby chic kitchens often start out with a lot of white, and then you decorate with soft pinks and flowers, and vintage dishes like in this picture.
I adore this cozy breakfast area. I painting most of our chairs with white chalk paint to get this look. Shabby chic is just so comfy and inviting.
Isn’t that chippy table everything?! And here is another lovely white hutch.
Oh, a shabby chic kitchen needs pink ranunculus or roses in pretty vases. I actually owned these tea cups from England — I made them into candles and sold them in my Etsy store.
I love the small open shelving around the window in this shabby chic kitchen. I appreciate any extra space to display my things. Those scallops remind me of clouds :)
I hope you enjoyed these shabby chic ideas — did they inspire you to recreate one or two ideas in your home?
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