During the holidays, we talk a lot about hanging the stockings by the chimney with care or decorating that “O Tannenbaum” (otherwise known as the Christmas tree in your living room). But what about those occasionally overlooked areas of your home? If you’re someone who even enjoys decorating the bathrooms for Christmas, we’re thinking it’s time that your kitchen receives a holiday makeover. After all, it’s where you spend so many hours during the holidays, putting together your Christmas dinner menu and baking Christmas cookies galore, just like Ree does this time of year! Why not have some gorgeous Christmas kitchen decorations to look at while making all those meals and sweet treats?
Your cabinets can be decked out in garland and Christmas cards, while your countertop can display charming Christmas villages, gingerbread houses, and bowls filled with sparkling DIY ornaments. And don’t forget about the functional items of your kitchen! Even they can showcase holiday cheer, whether you opt for a festive spatula, decorative tea towel, or an extra cozy kitchen mat. While it's so much fun to make DIY Christmas kitchen décor, you can certainly purchase some delightful, ready-made touches if you’re strapped for time. No matter which Christmas kitchen decorations you decide to display in your home, they're sure to add plenty of Yuletide cheer!
If you’re all about the Christmas cookies each holiday season, then this metal sign is right up your alley.
To cozy up the windowsill in your kitchen, look no further than this Scandinavian-inspired wood winter village. Although it’s magical for Christmas, we think it’ll work all winter long.
During Christmastime, your kitchen basically requires a hot cocoa bar! You’ll need this set for all those Christmas movie marathons you’ll be having, and it works as sweet décor, too.
Milk and cookies aren’t just Christmas Eve staples in your house! You and your family savor this combo all season long, which is why this sign will be just the thing for your kitchen.
Bring some holiday flair to a towel bar or oven handle with this set of two yuletide tea towels.
Your kitchen tools could use the Christmas treatment, too. Start with a snowman spatula that you use during the holidays and into the rest of winter.
Here’s a Christmas kitchen decoration that’s pretty and practical. Fill glass canisters with Christmas-essential ingredients, like sugar and hot cocoa, and polish them off with cute touches, including candy canes and a red-and-white plaid mug for scooping.
Get the tutorial at StoneGable.
‘Tis the season to be rolling! To imprint Christmas shapes onto your baked goods, use these rolling pins that double as holiday décor.
Swedish dishcloths are all the rage these days (they're eco-friendly and budget-friendly!). We think they look even better decked out with a Christmas-ready red truck that Ree would surely love.
Does this sound like you? “I just want to bake stuff and watch Christmas movies all day!” If so, we’re thinking you need this tea towel.