Small accents can still make a big statement in your holiday kitchen! Today I’m sharing how to use minimal farmhouse kitchen Christmas decor to create a festive holiday kitchen.
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Farmhouse Kitchen Christmas Decor
I love keeping my farmhouse kitchen Christmas decor very minimalistic. I have one shelf that I use to decorate my kitchen for the seasons and the rest stays simple and understated.
This allows me to focus on making sure that the minimal Christmas decor that I do add is impactful!
Minimalistic Christmas Decor
First, I added simple hoop wreaths to my windows to call attention to the outdoors.
Then, I added my sweet vintage santa that my grandmother painted to my countertop. I love seeing his jolly smile and he creates the right amount of festive spirit in an otherwise simple kitchen.
And that is it for my main kitchen space! It’s a very minimalistic approach compared to my normal style, but it’s just enough to have that Christmas feeling!
Kitchen Shelf Decor
My open shelving is where I focus most of my efforts when it comes to seasonal or holiday decor. First, I added some simple bottle brush trees to my mini shelf that coordinate with the bottle brush trees on my Christmas mantel.
Next, I moved onto my L shaped shelf. I am so in love with the pie painting my mother did for me. She’s so talented and I will treasure it forever! It is perfect for kitchen decor, in general, but I love the cozy feeling it adds for the holidays as well.
Then, I created this super simple Christmas “artwork” with a gingerbread cookie tea towel and modern farmhouse frame. It was so easy to make and is something that can be easily used or stored after the holidays are over.
The rest of my kitchen decor is seasonless! Simply adding a few festive touches creates a whole new look to my every day kitchen decor. Vintage crocks, cutting boards, live plants and mugs are year round items I use on a daily basis.
Simple Christmas Decor Goes a Long Way
I love being able to add 3-4 pieces of traditional Christmas decor to my kitchen and still have it feel cozy and festive. A few bottle brush trees, wreaths, DIY “artwork” and jolly old St. Nick and I’m done!
My kitchen is the only space in my home that I feel like I can accomplish the minimalist decorator vibe. But I love it! What about you? Do you go all out in your kitchen for Christmas or keep it minimalistic?
Kitchen Decor Source Book
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Make sure to check out my Christmas archives for more modern farmhouse style Christmas decor and DIYs! And stay tuned for more to come!