A kitchen is perhaps the coziest space in your home, and I can’t imagine anything cozier than a kitchen in the winter or at Christmas – ah, that smell of gingerbread and cocoa is just amazing! Decorating your kitchen for Christmas will make the space more welcoming, and staying there more exciting.
Hot Cocoa Stations
Baby, it’s cold outside! that’s why organizing your own hot chocolate or cocoa bar is essential. If your kitchen is tiny, you can take just a small nook for it: place a cupcake stand for cups, marshmallows, sugar and candies or serve them in a wire basket. Add a chalkboard sign or banner to make the nook cuter and cozier. If you have enough space, think over placing a separate table and decorating it besides displaying, everybody in your family will be amazed.
Wreaths are the most popular and the easiest decorations for every season and holiday, and for Christmas also. Make simple boxwood or evergreen wreaths with plaid or red ribbon and hang them anywhere you want: on the windows, on the cabinets, fridge and on the door if there’s any. A couple of such cute wreaths can completely change the space into a holiday-like one.
Ornaments put into places like tableware and dinnerware, into vintage baskets and bowls, hung onto windows and attached to the chandeliers will bring a festive spirit. Cinnamon sticks and clove studded oranges will bring not only a look but also an aroma. If you have enough space, you can just place a Christmas tree in the kitchen decorating it according to your style.