Today I’m continuing my Christmas Home Tour in the kitchen! I like to keep it simple in the kitchen when decorating for Christmas. I add a few small touches to bring just enough holiday cheer to the space!
Christmas in the kitchen
I love wreaths in the kitchen! Initially I thought I would put a wreath on our range hood, but after that didn’t work (it just didn’t look right to me,) I settled on the wreath hanging from the wood cutting board. I like it even more this way! This Target Wreath is still in stock in some stores, and I love these Etsy Wood Cutting Boards.
A small faux tree next to a stack of cookbooks is the perfect place to add in some greenery. This Magnolia Table Cookbook looks so pretty displayed out on a countertop or open shelf. I also love this Sunday Suppers Cookbook! Both would make great gifts! Some Target stores still have my Tiny Faux Christmas Tree in stock.
I love to switch out art prints throughout my home for the holiday season. My kitchen is no different! A winter scene with a wood frame is the perfect touch. This Vintage-Inspired Winter Landscape Print from Etsy is what I used this year. I also love this Charming Cabin Print. I use this West Elm Wood Gallery Frame in my kitchen.
Pretty containers holding everyday items such as flour, oats and cookies are an affordable way to dress up your countertop (holiday or not!) My containers are these Target Glass Canisters, which I love.
festive dish towels
A great way to bring some holiday cheer to your kitchen is to switch out your dish towels. Whether you are looking for traditional colors like these William Sonoma Christmas Towels, or leaning more neutral like I did this year with these William Sonoma Black & White Towels, there is something for everyone!
pretty mugs & dishes
I love to display pretty mugs out on the countertop. Last year, I had red and green elf mugs on a mug tree. This year I have these adorable Target Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Mugs, these Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Appetizer Plates and this Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Wood Tray out on my countertop.
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I hope you enjoyed the Christmas Home Tour In My Kitchen this year!
If you missed my earlier holiday home tours, you can find them here: