Christmas decorations do sneak into my kitchen this time of year, but not like these kitchens. I am completely inspired by them. Fun, festive and completely inviting. I can imagine drinking a hot cup of cocoa in any of them. How about you?
Admittedly, white kitchens have an advantage at Christmastime, as the red elements pop like crazy! Loving this example from Pink Peonies.
If you'd like your kitchen stools a bit more cozy, fun Santa hat slipcovers might be the way to go.
Doubt I'd buy a KitchenAid mixer to match my Christmas decorations, but if you happen to have a RED one, then this is the time of year to bust it out and show it off. (LOVE the snowflakes.)
I'm sure the checked curtains in this kitchen look charming during the off-season, but they are absolutely perfect during Christmastime, especially with the addition of two simple wreaths. (Shout out to that gold/brass hardware! Looks great with that natural wood countertop.)
Speaking of checked, check out this black and white combo taking place in the eating area of a kitchen:
Okay, not many of us might have room from a full-size Christmas tree in our kitchen, but how about a 2 or 3 footer? This on eis decorated with cookies and old fashioned candies that can be picked off the tree and popped into your mouth.
If you happen to have a kitchen island, it's the perfect place to display a Christmas tree.
Christmas drama abounds in this galley kitchen.
And, finally, no red for this charming blue kitchen. Just a simple wreath with a coordinating bow. Perfection.