Decorating for Christmas in the Kitchen is a wonderful way to celebrate the season in the most used room in your home! Here are some simple and pretty ideas!
Today I’m joining Krista of The Happy Housie and a talented group of bloggers as part of the Seasonal Simplicity Christmas Series. Over the last few weeks we’ve been busy sharing handmade gift ideas, DIY Christmas ornaments, Christmas crafts, and today we’re sharing our homes all decked out for the holidays! If you’re coming over from Jen at Tatertots and Jello, welcome, I’m so happy to have you here! I hope that you leave inspired for your own holiday decorating! Make sure to take a tour through all the beautiful homes at the bottom of this post! xo
Welcome to Christmas in my Kitchen!
As part of this Christmas home tour series I’m sharing my kitchen all decked out for Christmas. Come on in, there are cookies waiting for you.
Because I spend so much time in my kitchen during the holiday season (and basically all the time haha), I love to decorate it for Christmas. So I created a festive and cheery kitchen space, with just enough decorations so as not to interfere with the most important kitchen task of the season…baking! On a side note…I pull out this sparkly apron every Christmas season…I made it years ago when I first started blogging…I love it so much. One can be fancy in the kitchen, no? 😉
A lot of baking magic and family fun happens in this simple kitchen space of mine. So why not treat it with love for the holidays…the decorating doesn’t have to be complicated. Simple touches like festive tea towels and Christmas mugs are good enough. And if you want to go all out and put a tree in here, why not?!
I added simple holiday touches like festive seat cushions, little wreaths for our chairs, a food themed Christmas tree, twinkle lights, Santa dishes and loads and loads of cookies.
It’s just enough to make this space feel merry and bright! These simple Christmas touches make every day during the holiday season feel special!
It’s the Little Things that Make the Season Feel Special
I think it’s really important to celebrate the season every day in little ways with our families…don’t just wait for guests to come to bring out the cute touches like wreaths on the chairs…they’re perfect and fun for every day too. Don’t save the Santa dishes and mugs…fill them up and have fun with your family…your kids (young and older) will love it!
A Food Themed Christmas Tree for the Kitchen
A tree in the kitchen? YES. I have wanted a Christmas tree in our kitchen for years but I’ve just never found the right one, until now. Recently pencil trees have become quite popular so I was able to find exactly the right tree for this small space in my kitchen. Pencil trees are tall and skinny compared to regular Christmas trees, making them perfect for small spaces like this area in my eating nook…it’s tucked back nicely so it doesn’t get in the way at all.
And because it’s in my kitchen I had to decorate it in a food theme! Candy canes, dried oranges, popcorn garland and cookie cutter ornaments…I LOVE it so much. It looks so good in my kitchen area…and the light it casts at dinner time is lovely.
Let the Kids Help!
Kids love to be a part of holiday magic making! Get them to make strings of popcorn garland, dry oranges and hang candy canes. We all gathered together one night after dinner and created these popcorn garlands…it’s a really nice memory for me. And I LOVE how it turned out.
Make Christmas Cloches
Cloches are so pretty and versatile! While they’re great for cookies, cakes and snacks, they’re also so pretty as part of your Christmas decor. Create a little winter scene in them with bottle brush trees, or use them to hold Christmas cookies. Pretty and practical!
Cookies are the Best Decorations!
Whimsy Whimsy Everywhere!
I can’t resist adding little bottlebrush trees and miniature woodland creatures to my kitchen counter oat and flour jars. Seriously the cutest. When my youngest saw these he said they were one of his favourite Christmas decorations every year. I loooooove that.
Add a little string of fairy lights too…they’re especially pretty at night.
It’s all in the Details!
For simple finishing touches I hung a little wreath from my centre cabinets, added some festive tea towels, strung a string of fairy lights and put out a few little Santas and I’m done. Simple and pretty.
Thank you for being a part of my Christmas in the Kitchen tour…I hope I inspired you to add a few simple holiday touches to your own kitchen! xo
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MORE CHRISTMAS HOME INSPIRATION
Now head over to visit Rachel at Maison de Pax, I know you’ll enjoy her beautiful holiday home. Once you’re done there, take a tour through all these amazing and festive Christmas homes. You’ll be sure to leave inspired for your own space…there is something for everyone here!
Have a very Merry day!