I’m sharing the best kitchen Christmas ideas for adding holiday cheer to the heart of your home. Our kitchen is certainly the heart of our home, and we spend a lot of time in there over the holidays.
I love adding festive and cozy touches all around the room, and today I’m sharing some of the best ways to decorate your kitchen for Christmas. Our kitchen certainly gets lots of love and attention with all the holiday baking, cooking, entertaining, crafting, cookie decorating, and not to forget — game playing that happens when all of our kids are home for Christmas. I’m sure if you entertain often in your home you’ll find that guests tend to gather and linger in the kitchen. You can have an entire house decorated and ready to receive guests, but they just always seem to be drawn to the kitchen.
Complete the look by adding mason jars full of your favorite hot chocolate toppings. Flank your stove with pretty Christmas topiaries decked out in red velvet bows.
Tartan plaid ribbon added to a wreath in the window is the perfect touch for cozy Christmas kitchen.
Make red and white checked placemats from a roll of decorative jute mesh.
Display your Christmas dishes on your kitchen counters in a cute tiered tray. Use a multi bud vase holder to create an easy centerpiece with greenery and berries.
A vase holder like this makes it so easy create simple Christmas arrangements for your table. Even if it’s undecorated, a simple tabletop tree is perfect for the top of a buffet in the kitchen.
I’ve dried oranges the past two years for Christmas and love using them around the house.
Add tiny houses and small bottle brush trees to a decorative glass cloche.
I added these cute little galvanized house ornaments and some small bottle brush trees to this glass cloche to create a miniature village. I actually used them on my Thanksgiving table this year and then added them to this buffet display for Christmas.
Whether you go with traditional red, white, pink, or variegated varieties, poinsettias make any room look Christmassy! Add wreaths decked out in plaid bows to your kitchen cabinets.
The tartan plaid ribbon really dresses up these DIY blue and white cachepots filled with rosemary topiaries. You can find so many fun whimsical decor pieces perfect for your kitchen at Christmas.
Force some Paperwhites to bloom in cute tartan plaid-wrapped terracotta pots. I faux-aged these terracotta pots and added a pretty Tartan plaid ribbon.
It’s fun to watch the plants grow and exciting to see the white blooms at Christmas. I hope this inspires you to give the heart of your home a few Christmassy touches with these cozy classic kitchen Christmas decor ideas. If not, check out my Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook and be sure to follow me on all the socials so you don’t miss out on any of my holiday decorating and DIY ideas!