4 Christmas Kitchen Decorating Ideas

Tell all ya friends and neighbors!

A roundup of four kitchens that are sure to get your creative juices flowing on how you can add simple decor touches in your own kitchen for Christmas.

I ventured out and decorated our master bedroom for Christmas for the first time this year (and our porch!) and I’m loving how it feels to have a little bit of jolly in multiple rooms.

Since we keep it real on this blog, I will say that I have done very little, if anything in our kitchen but I’m not giving up hope yet! I’m still getting inspiration and I’m also sharing some of my friends from the last week of our Deck The Home Blog Hop that have got some good taste when it comes to decorating their kitchens.

First up, Lidia at Design Inside The Box shows us some simple ways to add Christmas decor to your kitchen and one of these is this snarky little pillow. Check out the rest of her post to see other ideas on adding decor without breaking the bank.

I will have to say that I LOVE the rustic and classic elements of Amy’s kitchen. Those little merry & bright signs are SO cute! Decorating in a kitchen for Christmas doesn’t have to be that difficult! A little sign hanging from the mug holder and even the touch of a red Keurig makes everything just look super festive! I love the simplicity of this kitchen.
Okay, if you didn’t know, I’m a sucker for a good letter board saying. And a good letter board saying from my most favorite Christmas movie of all times? Score! This simple Christmas kitchen decor hits all the right feel goods for me.

Hopefully this sparked a little interest in decor for you, but if not, I’d love to see what you come up with on your own! Or just tell me in the comments below – are you one of those who decorates other rooms other than your living room for the holidays?

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  1. Thanks so much for including me, Carmen! I have had so much fun collaborating with you this past month. I just adore your blog and will continue to stalk, I mean, follow you through the rebranding and beyond. πŸ™‚

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