3 min read
When you're a design buff, there's nothing more exciting than finding the right Christmas decorations to help you get into the holiday spirit. Eye-catching ornaments, festive wreaths, rustic chocolate stations, elegant Christmas string lights—the list goes on. But while you may be completely focused on sprucing up your entryway, living room, and even your dining space for your big holiday celebration, there's one area you might overlook: the kitchen. Explore 13 fun and inspiring ways to make your kitchen more festive.
These DIY Mini Chair Christmas Wreaths are very easy to create and can be made for only $5 each!Via Domestically Beautiful
Wreaths hung from the ceiling and cabinet knobs make the perfect hanging spot for baubles, while cornices and pelmets can be adorned with holly and spruce. Select moisture-resistant, wipe-clean decorations and faux foliage to avoid wilting in the heat.Via Ideal Home
With all the food that’s going round, you’ll have enough for a few decorations. Christmas cake, mince pies, sausage rolls and biscuits will look a bit more inviting sitting on red table runners, and are sure to tempt any passing guests. Don’t forget to put out a few plates and napkins to catch crumbs.Via Ideal Home
To create this Christmas village, add a bunch of Christmas sparkle with a mixture of trees and mercury glass votives. Use a pushpin to hang the wreath on the gingerbread house.Via Ella Claire Inspired
String lights are an awesome idea to make the space welcoming, inviting, inspiring, to warm it up and add a holiday feel even when the holidays aren’t on. They are very budget-friendly and feature many shapes and looks, so you can easily find an option for every interior. Decorating with string lights not for the holidays is popular, as they will create another level of coziness, to your already cozy kitchen. Adding a bit more will never do any harm to the space.Via The Pink Dream
Thiscenterpiece for dining table, kitchen island for breakfast or anywhere else will add some merry cheer to your elegant decor! Gorgeous stainless steel, chrome, lush ribbons and thick, hefty card stock that is UV-coated to resist fading. Easy set-up-In less than 2 minutes, you can have your centerpiece ready to go. Now that’s what I call stress-free holiday decorating.
This hanging piece of eucalyptus and berries makes an eye-catching statement in front of a kitchen window. Suspended on a wintry birch branch, this leafy piece is a minimalistic take on the usual Christmas tree.Via House and Home
A hot chocolate bar complete with indulgent winter treats is sure to impress friends and family alike. ViaThe Turquoise Home
A neutral palette that will shine no matter what your decorating style is. Glittery trees gathered on a tray with mercury glass candles make a glam statement!Via Citrine Living
White ginger jars are dressed up with beautiful satin ribbons and these gorgeous mercury glass snowflake ornaments.Via Citrine Living
What I love most about this wreath is the lush, full look it has, and how it makes a bold, yet very sophisticated statement in our elegant Christmas kitchen.Via Citrine Living
Illuminate your kitchen counter with an assortment of candles in glass lanterns. Use different shapes and sizes for variety. For safety, never leave lit candles unattended or use battery-operated ones.Via Pinterest
From preparing dinner with your family to staking out holiday cookies in the oven, there's no denying that the kitchen is a high-traffic space during the season. This year give the heart of your home the attention it deserves for the holiday season.
We're so glad you're here! Birthday Butler helps make celebrating easier and more convenient.
Get great party ideas & gift ideas delivered to your inbox every weekend!