There are many ways to decorate your kitchen for Christmas, and you can do it in Scandinavian style, rustic style, minimalist style or in traditional, which we all love.
To decorate in traditional style take red and green accessories, hang wreaths, choose tableware, rugs, tablecloths and napkins in red and white stripes. Scandi and minimalist styles mean black and white, ‘frosted’ Christmas tree or branches, for rustic style choose burlap and rustic baskets for the Christmas tree and decorations. Christmas ornaments put into bowls or hung as garlands are suitable for any type of décor.
Look at the examples below and get ready for Christmas!
A set of kitchenware that includes bright red and green themed plates, glasses and bowls is another wonderful way of adding some holiday cheer to the kitchen. You can use this China sparingly and it is a perfect way to accentuate your Christmas dinner table without going overboard.
At My paradissi it is said that accessories play an important role too.
It’s always about accessories and quite frankly a kitchen is the perfect place inside a home to invest on pretty little accents that can be both beautiful and practical. Tea towels, mugs, bowls, trays, votives, straws and so many more to name play their role in the festive decoration of the kitchen as well as help you out with the Christmas entertaining. Open shelving proves a great option to showcase your holiday collection but, if you’d opted for closed cabinetry, you can always use the countertop or table for that matter.
And there are plenty of ways in which you can decorate the kitchen elegantly and efficiently for this holiday season. Decorating the kitchen is not all that different from dressing up the living room for Christmas and there are custom-crated ornaments that look especially appealing in the kitchen setup and are specifically crafted for the space. Check some amazing ideas at DECOIST!
Christmas is fast approaching and it’s high time you start decorating your home, if you have not already started with it. It is one of those times of the year when there is plenty of your mind and often the “to do” list before Christmas Eve seems never-ending! From buying gifts for friends and family to decorating the Christmas tree beautifully and hanging those twinkling lights on the rooftop, there is simply so much to do, even while having loads of fun. Yet, Christmas is the time for unlimited joy, and should not be limited to the decoration of a Christmas tree or the living room alone.