The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in our homes, especially during the holidays; everyone seems to gather here as they try to chip in the holiday meal prep while making sweet memories!
Being the heart of the home, your kitchen shouldn’t be left out when you’re layering in Christmas decor to the rest of your house.
From gingerbread houses, Christmas garlands and wreaths, tabletop Christmas-themed trees, Christmas centerpiece ideas, etc., the kitchen provides numerous options for incorporating your kitchen Christmas decorations.
We’ve compiled a list of 25 festive kitchen Christmas decorations that will instantly add the holiday spirit into your cooking space.
Take a look!
1. Keep it Simple with Wreaths
The black-and-white theme of this tuxedo kitchen is elevated by touches of fresh greenery with wreaths on the chairs, between wall cabinets, and a rustic fern-filled vase.
A silvery wreath adorns the space above the cooker, while rustic pinecone decorations on the kitchen island give the design a natural feel.
2. Celebrate the Holidays with Minimalist Opulence
This kitchen adds the perfect seasonal touch with ribboned wreaths embellished with rustic bells on the seats and dashes of greenery in planter vases.
The cutting board acts as the perfect base, contrasting nicely with the neutral marble countertop, while candles bring some warmth to the ambiance.
3. Add a Festive Touch with a Gingerbread Village
This kitchen’s tuft bush pink and white gingerbread houses present a sophisticated twist on a Christmas holiday village.
A lit garland, hanging cups, bottlebrush Christmas trees, and gingerbread men accent the lovely houses, while snow-themed art finishes the look in style.
4. Let Your Greenery Do All the Work
Even without a single red bow in sight, you can still tell the holidays are just around the corner with this kitchen decor.
A loosely draped garland with a festive bow adorns the range hood, and the theme is echoed by mini planters on the countertop, one elevating the space with its fairy lights.
5. Layer Your Kitchen with Touches of Nature
A simple leafy thread on the kitchen cabinets, faux fern wreaths suspended by red ribbons, and a rustic floral planter are all this kitchen uses to bring Christmas cheer.
The black chairs perfectly contrast the white kitchen background, and some miniature Christmas trees on the kitchen countertop add festive fun.
6. Bring a Cozy Ambiance to Your Holiday Meals
Candles on the linen table runner, kitchen countertop, and console table create a dreamy vibe in this kitchen.
A floral wreath on the ceiling light fixture, real and faux Christmas trees, star decor, and a hanging wreath on the cabinets add to the magic in this neutral dining space.
7. Create a Statement Piece with a Wreath
The floppy red ribbon bow on the hanging wreath on the vent hood takes center stage in this kitchen Christmas decorations.
A long garland with red ornaments on the shelf extends the indoor-outdoor theme, matching the wreath and the ribbon.
8. Bring Festive Cheer with Plaid Patterns
Framed by greenery and crowned with plaid patterns, this cheerful classic kitchen gets the ultimate Christmas treatment.
Plaid patterns add color and retro charm to the design, while the garland and Christmas trees breathe some life with some greenery.
9. Add Your Christmas Tree into the Mix
You’ll never go wrong with a classic Christmas combo of red and green. And who says your Christmas tree doesn’t belong in the kitchen? (I mean, it’s where everyone gathers during the holidays!)
A green garland with holly berries frames a cute red and white fabric garland on the range hood, matching the red and white decor on the tree. A few red ornaments on the countertop also break up the space.
10. Showcase Your Vintage Collection
Whenever Christmas comes around, it’s always the best time to get your collectibles out and show them off.
Red and white trinkets like Santa figurines, gnomes, tins, candles, and bottlebrush trees transform this open shelves into a story scene, with the dining set flaunting matching decor.
The wintery Christmas trees further enhance the festive mood.
11. Spruce Up Your Holiday Meals with a Tabletop Tree
A festive tabletop Christmas tree lit with fairy lights acts as the centerpiece in this kitchen.
The tablescape uses splashes of red on placemats, ribbons, and bows to add color, and the cabinets are embellished with lit garlands and hanging wreaths with red bow accents that continue the room’s theme.
12. Celebrate the Holidays with Red Supremacy
From the countertop to the dining table, red bows, ornaments, accessories, cutlery, and chairs add vibrancy to this pristine kitchen.
A greenery wreath with red baubles decorates the ceiling pendant, while a faux fern runner, bottlebrush trees, miniature Christmas tree, and pinecone ornaments balance the decor.
13. Create a Winter Wonderland Window Vignette
A window-statement garland bedecked with red decorative bows, a wreath, and red blinds transforms this kitchen vignette into an evergreen wonderland.
The window display color’s palette is echoed by small miniature Christmas trees and green cabinets with gold touches, creating a well-considered space.
14. Enjoy Hot Cocoa with a Festive Flair
Every kitchen needs a designated hot cocoa bar to give it that warm, inviting feel.
The Santa mugs, napkins, snowflake decor, gingerbread decor, and rustic star at the top of this three-tier coffee tray bring Christmas cheer. The holly and the elf figurine add texture and visual interest to this warm-toned setup.
15. Let Your Kitchen Shine with Gold and Red
This kitchen’s wreath, garland, and miniature Christmas trees create a whimsical vignette that sparks delight.
Shimmering gold and red ornaments fill the room with glam and are complemented by red bows, napkins, crockery, and a coffee maker, which trail the color scheme to the last detail for a playful touch.
16. Add Texture and Interest with Vintage Christmas Decor
A pair of ribboned wreaths and an evergreen garland outline this contemporary farmhouse kitchen’s window, emphasizing the powdery views outside.
Splashes of red, green, and white from florals, faux ferns, miniature trees, cups, candy canes, ribbon wreaths, and other accessories make this kitchen merry and bright.
The retro kitchen sink vanity, muted green cabinets, and wooden floor keep things neutral and ground the room.
17. Touches of Green and Red for Some Festive Fun
The green wreath with a red bow on this kitchen’s cabinet adds a graphic touch to the layout.
Matching decor in the form of small ribboned wreaths with golden bells on chairs, fern-filled vases, and ribbon-tied cans gives a festive nod to this minimalist take on kitchen Christmas decorations.
18. Enhance Your Kitchen Countertop with a Centerpiece
This thoughtful centerpiece spruces up the countertop, making it look right at home in this prominent white kitchen.
Dried orange slices work well as a charming addition to the tree, which meets up with a sprig’s evergreen garland adorning the window header. Rustic copper accents provide some contrast.
19. Make Memories with a Festive Tablescape
An evergreen runner, hollies, candles, and a miniature Christmas tree create a beautiful centerpiece for this festive dining table.
Red steals the show in this kitchen, bedecking the chairs, stockings, placemats, and ornaments. Add your food into the mix with some red berries or plums to make the holidays even more fun!
20. Give Your Cabinets a Touch of Christmas Magic
The small wreaths hung with red ribbons on cabinets pop nicely against the all-white background and breathe some life into this elegant kitchen.
Small bottlebrush Christmas trees, miniature red and white houses, rustic Christmas signage on the countertop, and a festive dish towel complete the festive theme.
21. Bring Festive Cheer to Your Farmhouse Decor
You don’t require much decor to give your kitchen a Christmasy look.
Wreaths hung with red ribbons on the barn sliding doors combined with a tabletop tree on the island, a wreath on the window, and greenery on the shelves lend cheer to this vibrant farmhouse kitchen. Two chalkboards and a pillow also help to spread the sweet holiday message.
22. Elevate Kitchen Christmas Decorations with Stylish Ribbons
Gifts aren’t the only things you can wrap during Christmas; even kitchen cabinets look great when wrapped!
Brown ribbons tied to the kitchen cabinet doors work in tandem with evergreen garlands on top of the cabinets to consolidate the dominant white background with a warm, neutral tone.
Using minimal decor on your kitchen countertop and island will come in handy when preparing your Christmas meals.
23. Enchant Your Kitchen with Classic Christmas Decor
The gold finish on this kitchen’s cabinets provides the perfect backdrop for the classic Christmas decor around the space.
Small wreaths with red bows decorate the glazed cabinet doors, and a red-and-white fabric garland sits on top of a lit green garland on the black kitchen island. A bowl of treats, red and white mugs, a kettle, and miniature trees enchant this retro-style kitchen.
24. Prepare Your Holiday Meals with a Vibrant Snowy Look
The frosted garlands in this kitchen keep in line with the red-and-black palette, with red “Merry Christmas” letters and a framed “Eat, Drink, and Be Merry” art welcoming the holidays.
Touches of red on cans, the dish towel, embroidered snowflake art, and a rolling pin on the island add color to the rest of the space.
25. Light Up Kitchen Christmas Decorations with String Lights
This farmhouse industrial-style kitchen design uses strategically placed lighting that lets its kitchen Christmas decorations shine at full wattage throughout winter.
Subtle strands of string lights on the Christmas tree and kitchen countertop brighten this gloomy vintage kitchen. A green garland decorates the window, matching the room’s theme when the sun’s rays enter the kitchen.