Holiday Kitchen Decorating Tips

Design Tips | December 4, 2019

When it comes to decorating for the Holidays we like to consider all of our favorite spaces in our homes including our kitchens! We love adding small touches to specific areas such as our sink wall, window and stove.

Tip 1. The Kitchen Window: For a kitchen window we recommend adding a garland. It does so much to dress up a kitchen and draws the eye upward. In our Midway kitchen we added our paper snowflakes and velvet teal ribbon to accentuate the simple cedar garland.

Tip 2. Accentuate the Items You Already Have: Take the things you already use in your kitchen like your cutting boards and cookbooks and just add decorative elements like trees, Santas or cute Christmas houses.

Tip 3. Create Wow Factor by Adding Greenery to Your Stove: Your stove and hood are not to be ignored. These are usually the focal point of any kitchen so dress them up accordingly! Drape a garland on your hood or add a wreath.

Tip 4. Don’t Forget the Open Shelves! If you are so lucky to have open shelves in your kitchen this is a great opportunity to add in some decorative Holiday pieces. Don’t forget about changing out some of your art. There are so many pretty options. Find a winter scene, a holiday typography print or even a nativity painting.

photography by Lindsay Salazar Photography and Lizzyography

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite holiday items for you to decorate with. These are pieces we have in our kitchens so we know you’ll love them too!

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