How to Bring the Holiday Spirit Into Your Kitchen



Decorating for the holidays is a tradition in most American homes. We deck out our exteriors, dining and living rooms for the season, but one high-traffic space sometimes gets left out of the picture: the kitchen.

Check out the idea list below if you want to bring a festive touch to the heart of your home without going all-out with a remodel.

Easy Holiday Kitchen Makeover Ideas

  • Lighting. Warm dimmer lights, Christmas lights and fairy lights will give your kitchen a cozy holiday feel. Consider hanging string lights or lanterns outside, especially if your kitchen adjoins an outdoor space.

  • Garlands, wreaths, plants and plant cuttings. These natural accents are an elegant way to bring in the season. You can also use well-made faux ones to equal effect.

  • Special china. Many families have fancy dinnerware and serving dishes stashed away in a cupboard for a special occasion. What better time to bring them out than the holidays?

  • Food. Edible décor, anyone? Put seasonal fruit and some of your favorite holiday goodies out on your counters. They’ll be a treat to look at as well as eat!

  • Soft accents and other small touches. Festive runners, rugs, kitchen towels, and strategically placed vignettes and ornaments are another easy way to add holiday decor to your kitchen.

  • Scent. There are plenty of ways to introduce festive scents into a kitchen: cooking, stovetop or slow cooker simmers, potpourri and even hand soap.

Create a Kitchen to Make Holiday Memories

If you have something more permanent in mind, feel free to touch base with DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Greenville. As one of the area’s leading bath and kitchen remodeling contractors, we can transform your home into a welcoming space that will make future holidays—and every day—feel even more special. Start a conversation with us by calling (864) 214-0296, or fill out our contact form today!

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