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We’d love marble countertops, brass sconces and a French cooking range. But since we don’t foresee an unexpected inheritance befalling us anytime soon, we’ll be using these ten super-easy, super-gorgeous styling tricks (foraged on Instagram) to fancify our kitchens.

RELATED: The One Trick For An Infinitely Prettier Kitchen 

Add Oversize Potted Greens To Your Counters

Fresh flowers in the kitchen are nice and all, but these guys pack major drama and design cred. 

Get the look: Delray Plants ivy pot ($30)

Create a Spa-Like Moment At the Sink

Style a fancy soap, hand lotion and scented candle to elevate your dishwashing experience.  

Get the look: Antica Farmacista gift set ($74)

Lean Art On Your Countertops

Bonus: no nails.

Get the look: Chasing Paper framed print (from $45)

Or Hang A Bold Kitchen Gallery Wall

If you're a maximalist and you know it, clap your hands.  

Get the look: Artfully Walls framed print ($228)

Corral Your Cooking Essentials

The first step is stowing most supplies out of sight. But for everyday basics, like oil, salt and pepper, a chic tray makes a world of difference when it comes to visual organization. 

Get the look: Hayneedle marble tray ($110)

Tack Your Favorite Plates To the Wall

Why leave your finery lingering in the china cupboard...when they can be used as stylish kitchen decor? 

Get the look: Astier De Villate John Derian bird plate ($96)

Leave A Prized Pot On Permanent Display

Consider this your excuse to splurge on Le Creuset’s new lavender line.

Get the look: Le Creuset Dutch oven ($285)

Upgrade Your Vessels

Try a pretty ceramic cachepot for your cooking utensils, decant your packaged olive oil, and store your produce somewhere unexpected and whimsical—like on a cake stand. 

Get the look: West Elm utensil holder ($29)

Introduce Heirloom Ceramics

Your massive ginger jars? Totally kitchen appropriate.  

Get the look: One Kings Lane ginger jar ($39)

Put Down An Antique Runner

We know: You’ve seen this move all over the place—but with good reason. The warmth, color and character it adds is undeniable. Plus, it’s cozy on your feet while doing dishes. 

Get the look: Safavieh runner ($126)

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