Welcome to my Christmas cottage kitchen tour! Decorating the kitchen for Christmas is fairly easy for me. You can do so much to this space with just food and greenery.
I love the fact that you don’t have to take much of your everyday decor out of the kitchen for Christmas. I mostly added holiday touches to the mix, such as garland, berries and a couple of wreaths.
Add a festive touch by placing a wreath on the range hood! Fresh rosemary not only looks pretty in the kitchen, but smells amazing! In water, it lasts for weeks.
Garland around the pot rack definitely says Christmas! I experimented by adding the color red to my cottage kitchen this year. I was afraid of how it would look with the turquoise cabinet. But I was pleasantly surprised by how well the two went together.
A few poinsettias sitting in the sink would make a great statement, and look great in an Instagram Christmas post! I am on the hunt for vintage thermoses, so my shelving can make an even bigger statement.
You can do so much with open shelving in a kitchen. And there is always room for a wreath of bells on the glass cabinet. I brought in the Santa Claus Lane sign to add a pop of red to the room.
For a more festive look, I added bay leaf garland around the windows. The centerpiece is an old vintage chicken feeder, filled with rustic ornaments, berries and greens. The greenery was both faux and fresh from the yard.
Some great kitchen decor props are pomegranates, candy canes and baked goods.
Thanks for tagging along on my Christmas cottage kitchen tour! I have so many great ideas for next year, but would love to hear any that you may have!