Whether you put wreaths on the cabinets, jars with candy canes, or a tiered stand with holiday treats, there are always ways to decorate for Christmas. Desirable Kitchen and Refacing, suggests these ways to decorate your new kitchen for the holidays!
Maybe your Pittsburgh kitchen has just been remodeled or refaced, maybe it hasn’t. There is always still time. Either way, the holidays are in full swing, and now it is time to deck your halls, decorate your tree, and put the lights up outside. The remodeling can come later. `
Let’s add some Christmas décor to your kitchen and enhance the holiday spirit where the holiday meal gets prepared!
You have your main Christmas tree in your family room or living room, but who says you can’t have a mini tree in the kitchen? Pick up a mini Christmas tree and decorate it to the max. Your kitchen might even have some green in its color scheme already, so could be an easy match.
Wreaths also give your kitchen a nice touch. Hanging little wreaths on your cabinets or the backs of your kitchen chairs can make your Christmas kitchen come alive. Add some garlands around your cabinetry or some pine on your open shelving. Poinsettias are another option too.
While red and green are the go-to colors for Christmas, that isn’t the only color scheme you could use! Maybe opt for white and gold décor with frosted trees this year or some blue and silver décor if it matches your kitchen.
If decorating is a bigger deal for you and are thinking of remodeling your kitchen, the presence of neutral colors will give you more flexibility. Consider this if you are planning on getting new or refaced cabinets, and painting your walls or trim.
Instead of your everyday dining sets, use your holiday plates and bowls! You can also use Christmas placemats and napkins for added décor. Swap out your everyday soap dispenser for something more festive and make sure your cookie jar is brimming for St. Nick’s annual visit! You can get holiday dish towels, mugs, and jars from your nearest Home Goods store, or order online!
Live out your childhood wonder that ignites with the holidays. Make some homemade snowflakes with printer paper or even some paper garland to hang amongst your cabinets. This is a great activity that you can do with your holiday guests on or around Christmas!
You have the back of your chairs decorated, the garland is wrapping around your cabinets, and Santa Claus now dispenses your soap. What’s missing? Add a string of Christmas lights to your kitchen. These can be featured around the vent above your stove, or on the tops of the cabinets if they are accessible!
There are tons of ways to deck your kitchen out for Christmas. For all your kitchen remodeling in Pittsburgh needs, contact Desirable Kitchen and Refacing in the South Hills!
Serving all of Western Pennsylvania, Desirable Kitchen and Refacing will make sure you are satisfied with your kitchen makeover. Call Desirable Kitchen and Refacing at 412-515-0582 or send an email to contact@dkrpgh. You deserve the kitchen of your dreams!