Need some last minute Christmas decorating ideas for your kitchen? Take a look at these vignettes in My Southern Inspired Christmas Kitchen.
Three-Tiered Tray on the Island
Just like the kitchen is the hub of activity in the home, the island is the central hub of activity in many kitchens. I like to try to have something decorative on one end of the island, leaving plenty of room for function at the other end. My go to lately has been the 3-tiered tray. Sometimes I’ll choose a theme for the items I add, but other times I just choose little things that I like (and that will fit) on the trays. This year, for my Christmas kitchen display I selected random Christmas items – all with various combinations of red, green, and/or white.
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Christmas Kitchen Table Decor
I created a simple tablescape with a wood tray, bottlebrush trees, a little red tractor from my snow village, and a red truck ornament. The mercury glass votive holders came from the dollar store! I just embellished them a little bit:)
We drink lots of coffee in this house and I may have a slight obsession with coffee mugs (thanks HomeGoods!)
Open shelving can be very functional in the kitchen, but also so much fun to decorate during the holidays.
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I love accessorizing this old farmhouse window that hangs over the kitchen desk area! So easy to trade out the items as the seasons change. The felt ball garland is a new addition this year. I found these adorable Christmas printables from Pinterest. No Christmas kitchen vignette would be complete without a little plaid thrown in;)
I created a little snow village scene inside antique Mason jars. All it took was some Epsom Salt, bottle brush trees, a red sled and a cute little reindeer ornament. These, along with a Christmas tree farm sign and a little red truck, were used them to help brighten up a corner under the kitchen cabinets. I love how something so simple can add a touch of joy to an otherwise boring countertop space.
Hope you enjoyed these vignettes from My Southern Inspired Christmas Kitchen and can use some of these ideas in your own kitchen this holiday season.
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MERRY CHRISTMAS, Y’ALL!