Christmas is coming, it’s high time to finish off your decor or add some polishing touches if you haven’t done it yet. Today we are discussing Christmas kitchen decor and ways to pull it off in a stylish way.
Kitchens are practical and functional spaces that aren’t supposed to include much decor. But you may still incorporate some or even much if you want so. There are pendant and wall decorations, smaller Christmas trees, various kinds of displays and lights plus Christmas-themed food and drink stations. Let’s take a look at some ideas.
First of all, go for the most evident thing for decor that will be practical at the same time. Organize a cool hot cocoa, chocolate and coffee station – depending on what you prefer. Use your kitchen island, cabinet, buffet or some other furniture item. Decorate your station with signs, garlands, lights, buntings, various figurines. Serve cocoa or chocolate, coffee, candy canes, cookies and candies plus other stuff you like for holidays. Make everyday things part of decor: rock penguin and Santa mugs, use sugar pots and tea pots with traditional stripes and star prints.
a classic hot cocoa and sweets station organized using a cupcake stand is what you need for holidays
a small and cozy hot chocolate station with penguin mugs and a chalkboard menu
a beautifully organized Christmas chocolate and coffee station with snowflakes, penguins, polka dots and plaid touches
a hot coffee and chocolate station with traditional mugs, evergreens, pinecones and other cute details
organize a sweets station with cupcakes, cookies, cakes and other stuff like that
a vintage table as a hot chocolate station with sweets and a little Christmas treee in the corner
a little gingerbread station with a gingerbread tree and house plus a vintage sign
a gorgeous festive hot chocolate station with sweets done in traditional red and white
Create cool festive displays using trays, dough bowls, porcelain bowls, vintage sugar pots and cupcake stands as bases. Fill them all with various Christmas stuff: pinecones, cinnamon, acorns, and dried fruit, with ornaments and evergreens and much other stuff you want, add lights. Such displays can be placed on a kitchen island, windowsills, tables and used as centerpieces. What’s cool about such displays – you may DIY all of them easily just filling bowls with stuff and get a cool decoration.
a fun Christmas display with gnomes, a house and bead garlands all done in red and white
a holiday stand with deer figurines, pinecones, ornaments, a sign and fake evergreens
a Christmas etagere with evergreens, pincones, jingle bells, candle holders and letters
a wooden tray with mason jars filled with silver ornaments and a cranberry garland
a trio of mason jars with evergreens, candles and wood slices ccan be used as a display or centerpiece
a crate filled with vintage silver ornaments and evergreens is great for any space if your tree can't accommodate them
a cupcake stand done in silver and greens, with evergreens, snowy pinecones, deer and Santa figurines and pears
a stylish cupcake stand with evergreens, star lights, fake berries, snowy pinecones and candles
a tray with houses, tinsel Christmas trees in burlap with lights is a cool rustic decoration
a two-tiered Christmas tray with fake berries, pinecones, a twine ball and beautiful candles
a two-tiered tray with pineccones, evergreens, candles and antlers for a woodland or natural feel
If there’s enough space, place a small Christmas tree and decorate it with lights, pinecones, ornaments, jingle bells and fake flowers. Don’t have enough space? Go for a tabletop Christmas tree, decorate it with various items, lights or even some little kitchen stuff for a fun and whimsical touch. A cute little tree can work as a centerpiece, place several ones on your table.
decorate your kitchen Christmas tree with edibles - cranberries, citrus, popcorn and cookies
a tray with a large tree in a galvanized bucket, vintage ornaments and an oversized one
simple placing of a Christmas tree into a galvanized bucket is also ok, no decor is needed