When you're decorating your home for Christmas, don't forget to include Christmas kitchen decor. It's a known fact that people gather in kitchens and you don't want to disappoint by not making it as pretty as the rest of your home. We've gathered some wonderful photos of Christmas kitchens that will steal the show.
Add some greenery, wreaths, candy cane stripes, stars, and mini trees to your kitchen at Christmas time. It's a great idea to bring the festivities into your kitchen.
Sweet and yummy smells coming from your kitchen; why not make things look just as delicious with these perfect Christmas kitchen decor ideas.
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Christmas Kitchen Decor
Mini Christmas Trees In A Christmas Kitchen
There is so much we love about Jessica's, from I Dream of Homemaking, Christmas kitchen. But one thing that caught our eyes right away is the beautiful mini Christmas trees she has scattered all over.
From the tops of the cupboards to the countertops, they make for simple and merry decor.
Wreaths Hanging On Cabinets
Ashli, over at Our Cozy Cottage, decorated her kitchen with cute red and white plaid curtains, towels, and ribbon that adorn the perfect wreaths on her cabinets. I loved sharing my own pine cone swag for holiday decorating and it is incredibly easy to recreate yourself.
It's simple to hang wreaths on cabinets like this with command hooks. You can follow our directions on How to Hang a Wreath with Ribbon on the Front Door to get the same look as these wreaths hanging in your kitchen.
Greenery Hanging In A Kitchen At Christmas
When you're picking out your Christmas tree at the farm, grab some extra greenery for around your home. Meghann, at Farm Fresh Curls, has decorated her kitchen elegantly with pieces of greenery. Twisting some around her lights and displaying some on her range hood makes this kitchen Christmas ready.
Greenery, Holly & Pine Cones Hanging On Jars
While hanging your greenery or putting up your Christmas tree, don't toss out the tiny pieces that break off. Jessica, from Rusty 7's, shares a great idea of taking those small pieces and hanging them on her glass jars in her kitchen.
You can add even more holiday charm by adding holly and pine cones to the greenery.
A Touch Of Winter Wonderland In The Kitchen
Erin, over at Creativity In The Corn Belt, brought some winter wonderland into her kitchen with these pretty red-feathered trees and an adorable deer. A shelf above your range hood is the perfect place to decorate during the holidays.
Hanging A Wreath On Chairs At Christmas
We love the idea of hanging a wreath on each dining room chair as part of your Christmas kitchen decor. Angela Hodges Abode has done just that and it looks magical.
Christmas Wooden Signs In The Kitchen
Ashley, from Cotton N Copper, has picked out a few wooden signs with the perfect Christmas messages on them to add to her Christmas kitchen decor. These are great ideas to send just the right message to those that gather in your kitchen over the holidays.
Star Decor As Part Of Kitchen Christmas Decorations
The simplicity that Sarah, at Hearts of Claremont, incorporates in her kitchen Christmas decorations with white stars is charming. You don't have to go overboard when adding decor to your home for the holidays.
Simple pieces can make huge statements.
Handmade Christmas Tree for your Kitchen
Adding a little touch of the season to your kitchen with this tree will give you that holly jolly feeling without taking up space.
This mason jar tree made between the cabinets was created from a fallen tree branch. The process is very easy and the best part is that it is inexpensive.
For more directions on how to create this Christmas kitchen decoration click Mason Jar Christmas tree for more.
Do you now have the inspiration to add Christmas decor into your kitchen? It's an important room in your home and deserves a little decor during the holidays.
If you love Christmas villages, you'll want to check out our Apple Candle Village that can be added to your kitchen Christmas decorations with ease.
We would love to hear of your favorite ways to add holiday kitchen decor to your home. What are your favorite pieces or themes to incorporate? Leaves us a comment below!
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