Even the simplest way of thinking could result in significant change. Check these DIY winter kitchen decoration.
A kitchen can be—literary—the warmest place in the house, even during winter, because it has something that produces fire every day, other than the fireplace itself. So, how can we feel the winter spirit if we have to dwell often in the kitchen?
1. Decorate Your Kitchen with Branches
Don’t be so hard on yourself thinking about how to decorate your house beautifully. Create a winter ambiance in your kitchen by slipping some natural pieces to your furniture. Evergreen branches are a good example. Bring some branches you found during your walk and tuck it in your kitchen.
Place some pine cones in your kitchen area. If you don’t want it to be all-over-the-place and leave a cluttered impression, group them in one spot. The bigger the pinecones, the better it serves for decoration.
Bring home extra evergreen branches. Strand soft branches and make it into a garland. Use the garland to decorate your kitchen’s walls, cabinetry doors, or anywhere you like. Opt for cedar or boxwood branches. You can add more winter ornaments by hanging flannel snowflakes together, or any kind of these.
Other than garlands, you can make a DIY small winter wreath to hang in your kitchen, whether it is on the wall, cabinetry’s door, or even over your range! There are many options on how you could design your wreath. This décor’s looks will significantly change the air in your kitchen.
This is the ultimate winter decoration piece that can bring the winter ambiance into your kitchen. It’s a winter bucket with a personal touch. You can put anything in this winter bucket decoration. Have a small to a medium-sized silver metal bucket, then arrange the container with any wintery ornaments you could find. You can start with the combinations of branches, twigs, and pinecones. Even a bucketful of birch wood or pine cones will do really well for a décor.