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Christmas Accessories for Your Kitchen

With December in full swing, it’s time to get your home into the holiday spirit with Christmas accessories and decorations.

From standout centrepieces to elegant embellishments, here’s all the inspiration you need to create your own winter wonderland in the heart of the home. 

Wreath-Adorned Cupboards and Mantels

A Christmas wreath is a traditional and tasteful way to bring a little festive magic into the home. From contemporary snow-frosted and pre-lit glitter wreaths to the more classic holly and shiny red berry wreaths, there is a style to suit every kitchen.

Hang your wreaths on kitchen cupboards or cooker mantels to add a seasonal feel without competing with the charm of your kitchen.

Holiday China

‘Tis the time of the year to bring out the Christmas china – so, show off your fabulous festive dishware by displaying it on open kitchen shelves. 

Consider the placement of the design and colours of your festive pots, pans and dishes, as you don’t want to overcrowd the shelves. Think of your holiday china as you would your Christmas ornaments and place them neatly for all to see and admire.

Fresh Greenery and Garlands

A simple touch of greenery and garlands make for a sophisticated touch of the festive season. It also brightens up a neutral kitchen space.

Place fresh greenery in the centre of your kitchen table for a refined and stylish look. Alternatively, for more of a statement, hang glitter garlands and greenery across worktops, units and around your kitchen clock and mirror to add a little bit of Christmas magic.

For a further source of inspiration, we’ve pulled together this year’s on-trend table décor so you can impress your guests and family.

Christmas Aromas

Fill your kitchen with Christmas scents such as gingerbread, cinnamon and winter spices for a festive aroma.

Get creative in the kitchen this Christmas and test out some of our seasonal and festive recipes from our blog. With the sweet smell of freshly baked pastry from melt-in-the-mouth mince pies, your kitchen will be a focal meeting point for the family, for sure.

However, if you don’t have time to bake, or are saving yourself for the big day, purchase Christmas candles and bring festive cheer into your home with beautiful seasonal scents.

Christmas Coloured Hues

Decorate your kitchen with Christmas-coloured hues or go all out and create a Christmas Coloured Kitchen with a beautiful bespoke seasonal inspired shade.

From festive forest greens, Rudolf reds and deep winter berries to bright snowy whites, sparkling silvers and glistening golds, there are certain colours which are associated with Christmas. Make sure to incorporate these colours into your kitchen to make the room sparkle and shine with Christmas cheer.

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