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Christmas Decor

Christmas Decor

Posted by 20th-Dec-2023

Whether cooking or enjoying a festive feast, your kitchen is where all the excitement happens on Christmas Day. Whilst the home is set for the Christmas frivolity why not refresh your kitchen with some easy decorations and seasonal craft projects?

If you are using your kitchen as an entertainment space, or just want to raise the chef’s spirits, there are many simple tweaks to bring that festive feeling into the room. If you’re looking for a more subtle nod to Christmas you can utilise popular Scandinavian decor, or, on the other end of the scale, you can choose a more maximalist approach to your décor.

Christmas wreaths

A traditional Christmas wreath can instantly transform any door, but now families also place them around the kitchen.

The most popular and logical locations to hang your kitchen wreaths are on cabinet doors, windows, or on units above the hob or oven. However, you must make sure wherever you place your wreath, it is safe and not at risk of setting alight.

Foliage garlands

Similar to the wreaths, there is an increase in hanging foliage garlands around windows and above tables this Christmas. Whether artificial or real, garlands can be mixed with items such as Christmas lights, pine cones, berries and leaves​​ that wonderful yet subtle way to bring the outside in.

Garlands can also be a great option for creating an impressive centrepiece without obstructing any conversation. Opt for one garland draped across the centre of the table with baubles and holly.

Christmas Candles

Scented Christmas candles can fill the air with beautiful scents. These are ideal for a warm and cosy winter setting. Whether you prefer cinnamon, pine, or beautiful berry scents, they can mask cooking odours, too. These candles can look good anywhere around the house too/

Festive Drinks (Please drink responsibly)

Decorating a drinks trolley or another drinks area is a great way to free up valuable space in your kitchen or on the dining room table,  These areas can be decorated in any way you wish.  Another lovely idea is the addition of presents, baubles and foliage to a drinks trolley as well as some festive glasses and jugs.

Make use of coloured jugs, glasses and containers for your festive favourites. Not only will it look much nicer than bottles on the table but it is another great excuse to incorporate some more colour.