Christmas Kitchen Decor
When the chef of the house is slaving away over a hot stove making the Christmas dinner there’s nothing nicer than having a festive kitchen to keep them in the spirit.
The kitchen serves us year after year and is often forgotten about when the festive period comes along, our mission is to put a stop to it! Don’t be alarmed we won’t have any pine needles being dropped in your gravy, or turkey juices splashed on your favourite ornaments. We’ve come up with the perfect décor designs to give your Christmas a festive makeover.
Let's Get Creative
Make your own large wreath and hang it from your ceiling! Use an old wire coat hanger and bend it into a circle shape, wrap around one of our thick luxurious garlands, use a thin string to ensure it stays tied to your wire.
Before you secure the circle completely add some of our twinkling fairy lights and baubles to give it that extra festive feel. Secure the two ends of the wire with some thick sellotape and fluff up your garland to cover it.
Get some thick ribbon in your chosen colour scheme and loop 4/5 strands around and tie them to secure the loop. Add a sticky back plastic hook to your ceiling and pop it on. They create a magical look and feel to your kitchen.
If you're not big on DIY then use our Majestic 1m wreath, and follow the same steps!
Wreaths are usually just put on a front door, why not add some of our pre-made wreaths to the inside of your home, hang them on doors and walls, they’re the perfect festive accessory for adding a splash of Christmas cheer!
Add fairy lights round your window or on top of your kitchen cabinets for a twinkly Christmas feel.
Make sure to snap your Christmas kitchen creations and tag us on social media for the chance to be featured on our social pages.
We all love a sweet treat at Christmas time, especially if it’s festive themed, make our quick and easy Festive Chocolate Bark!
When the festive season comes around everyone loves a cosy get-together with delicious snacks and warm boozy drinks
There’s nothing better than being cosy and warm inside when the weather turns grey and the rain is pouring outside..