Christmas Kitchen Decor That Will Spruce Up Your Space

‘Tis the season for pulling out the old Christmas decorations and mixing with the new! Decorating your home for the holidays should be something you look forward to every year along with all the other excitement that comes with the Christmas spirit. Every season we see people go all out with their decorations, and the kitchen should be no exception. After all, we do we spend most of our time there!

I put together some of my favorite festive finds this year—and also have photos to show you my personal touch on how I styled everything. From wreaths to candles, these simple kitchen Christmas decor ideas will bring together the perfect cozy holiday vibe in no time. Plus, these items can be used year after year.

Faux Pine Trees

Christmas decor isn’t complete without pine trees! These come in multiple sizes to help you create a layered look throughout your kitchen.

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Ceramic Traditional House Figurine

Create your own little winter wonderland this season with these whimsical ceramic Christmas house figurines.

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Mini Faux Winterberry Wreath Toppers

Sprinkle these adorable winterberry mini wreaths around your kitchen for a fun pop of color. You can place them under your holiday candles for an elevated look or use them as place card holders when setting your table.

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Glass Jar and Lid

These glass jars are both functional and festive! You can fill them up with your favorite treats this season (and all year round). You can also buy a bigger version of this jar and fill it with another snack.

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Peppermint Candies

Speaking of functionality, these delicious candies double as Christmas decor. These would be so cheery in the glass jars or you can fill a jar with marshmallows (I like these ones!)

Spruce Garland

This spruce garland is the perfect decoration to put literally anywhere in your kitchen. Don’t be afraid to overdo it! There is also a shorter version here.

Cypress & Pine Tinplate Candle

Light this Cypress and Pine candle to make your space extra welcoming this Christmas.

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Ceramic Christmas Tree Figurine

These simple but fun Christmas trees come in two sizes. Use them as a centerpiece display on your dining table or add them to your shelves as subtle holiday decor that you’ll use for years to come.

Medium Glass and Gold Tree

I also love this neutral glass Christmas tree which would look super cute on open shelves or in a bookcase. It’s so chic and goes with everything!

Studio McGee Wreath

These wreaths are an unexpected kitchen addition that can really spruce the space up. Add them to your pantry door or your barstools (like I did!).

Snowflake Spoon Rest

You’re bound to need a spoon rest during the holidays with all of the soups that come along with the chilly winter weather. This snowflake version will keep the Christmas spirit alive all season long (and you’ll even want to leave this one out on the counter!).

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Plaid Potholder Set

You’ll definitely want to keep these cheerful potholders on display throughout the holidays! They also make a great hostess gift.

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Striped Flour Sack Towel

We all know how many dishes can pile up during the holidays (especially when you’re hosting), so why not make the task a bit more festive with this striped flour sack towel?

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Embossed Mixing Bowl

This mixing bowl not only serves as a bowl to prep your next recipe in, but can also be used as a serving bowl to dress up your dining table this season.

Here’s how my kitchen turned with the help of these holiday decor items. I’m so happy with everything and am really starting to feel the Christmas spirit. Merry merry!

Hi! I’m Erika and I live in Sonoma County with my high school sweetheart and two kids. Follow along to find home inspiration, delicious recipes, and the inside scoop on all things wine country.

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  1. 11.13.21
    Carlyn Biagiotti said:

    Looks awesome!

    Can you share the colors of pain in your kitchen? It’s beautiful

    • 11.13.21
      Carlyn Biagiotti said:

      Oops. Paint! Not pain

      • 3.24.24

        The cabinets are Pale Oak and the walls are White Dove—both by Benjamin Moore!