With Christmas cheer growing by the minute as we approach Christmas, have you started to update your kitchen décor for the festive season? Not to worry, we have a few tips to add some Christmas embellishments to your kitchen décor.
Every interior designer knows they cannot simply jump into decorating without a plan. Thoughtfully decide what theme you will incorporate into your home for a truly magical Christmas such as an ocean theme with natural elements like shells or a farmhouse theme with milk jars. From here you will be able to visualise what will suit your kitchen décor.
Décor to include in the Kitchen:
To create a welcoming ambience for guests a variation of lighting is required to create mood lighting.
- Mason jars can easily be used to add Christmas cheer by tying ribbons or bells around the jar and placing a candle inside. Group a few on your Kitchen Island and surround by greenery for a gorgeous Christmas kitchen décor set up.
- Fairy Lights look like sparkling stars for a special twinkly Christmas add lighting around cupboards or throughout your main Christmas runner when entertaining.
Establishing a holiday theme will help to create an amazing tablescape to match and have all your guest’s mouth watering in anticipation for a Christmas feast.
- Table runners can be spruced up by adding a garland to add some depth and intrigue to your table. Pair with red berries, pinecones or fairy lights to tie into your Christmas theme.
- Add a focal point to wow guests. This may be a deer ornament for a classic country Christmas, pillar of candles on a stand for a rustic look or an array of sprays, picks and flowers for a unique bouquet.
Display your loved and classic Christmas items for all to see.
- Place your wreath on display in the kitchen by propping it up on a wreath stand; adding some small ornaments, red berries and a cheerful Christmas message sign to embrace the Christmas spirit.
- Use food as décor by creating a little coffee or cocoa nook with traditional Christmas colours and decorate the surrounding area with ribbons hanging off mugs and greenery around the drink station.
- Baubles do not only have to be hung on the Christmas tree. They can also be put on display in large glass jars with exquisite ribbon or used to dress up your kitchen windowsill.