Wreaths in the Kitchen? Here’s Where to Put ‘Em.

published Dec 6, 2016
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We’re all about decorating for the holidays in as many places as possible. Garland in the bathroom? Sure! Mistletoe in the coat closet? Yes, please! That’s why we’re totally obsessed with the idea of hanging wreaths in front of kitchen windows — especially windows that happen to be over the sink.

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Kelly from Talk of the Home hung wreaths from her curtain rod using two different types of ribbon: red-striped burlap and a red satin one. And we can’t decide which one we like more! Those curtains, in an oversized red gingham pattern, add to the overall holiday look.

Where else could wreaths find a home in the kitchen? Perhaps over the pantry door, hanging from a pot rack or draped off the side of a kitchen island. You could even hang up mini wreaths along cabinet doors, the backs of dinner chairs, or along your backsplash. Our point? Wreaths in the kitchen are a yes!

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Here’s one more way Kelly added some holiday spirit to her kitchen: She hung up a string of ribbon and jingle bells across her plate rack. Oh, what fun!

Thanks for reading Kitchen Hang-Ups! It’s a new column on the site, meant to give you all sorts of ideas for things to hang from your walls — or even the ceiling.

See the rest of this festive kitchen (including a cute coffee station idea): Christmas in the Kitchen at Talk of the Home