Shabby chic kitchen are just lovely — so cozy and inviting. Get inspired by these decor ideas. I’ll show you how I incorporated some of them into my farmhouse kitchen decor.
Shabby chic decor often start out with a lot of white, and then you decorate with soft pinks and vintage, chippy treasures or dainty flower patterns or lace.
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.
A lot of shabby chic and chippy kitchen ideas also have elements of farmhouse or cottage decor.
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Shabby Chic Kitchen Decor Ideas
First rule of shabby chic decor: lots of white! So white cabinets for sure, like these:
A shabby chic kitchen needs furniture pieces and decor with chippy paint like this.
One easy way to achieve that: repaint a furniture piece you already have white with chalk paint and then use sand paper to sand down some spot to create the chippy look. I painting my chairs I use in the kitchen like that.
This is a beautiful little hutch I’d love to have space for in my farmhouse kitchen:
I like that anything vintage looking works, anything that isn’t even in perfect condition. You can buy any vase or container or little shelf at a thrift store and paint it white for added accents.
I have a farmer house sink like this one in my 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 sinks are very heavy! I ordered a fireclay farmhouse sink because it’s so durable.
This one is reversible — check out the other side!
A chandelier in the kitchen? Yes, please!
The wood accents on the island and the hood also add to this style of kitchen. Now I’m thinking of adding one to my range hood. It’s such an easy update!
This chandelier would be my choice — can you believe it’s under $100?
I bought a similar one and added it to my staircase.
I absolutely love little shelves like these. It’s wall art and adds more storage space. I appreciate any extra space to display my many vintage items.
My parents had an antique store and were collectors of many things, and I definitely inherited that bug. I love vignettes of things, like creamers and bowls on open shelves.
I have a collections of Green Gate cups in my shabby chic kitchen.
Shabby chic farmhouse decor means soft, often pink colors. So adding canisters or a cake stand or a few mugs in pastel colors in an easy way to add to the shabby chic flair.
I have a thing for chippy, painted wood floors. If my floors ever don’t look so nice any longer, I’m totally painting them white. I don’t even care if some of the paint gets chipped off at some point — that just adds to the charm.
I hope you enjoyed these shabby chic ideas and that they inspire you to redecorate your own kitchen.
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Shabby Chic Farmhouse Kitchen Decor Ideas