Today I’m sharing how to accessorize your kitchen for the holidays because after all it’s the most wonderful time of the year! We are only a few short weeks away from Thanksgiving and then Christmas will be here before we know it! These simple accessories will add warmth and create an inviting vibe to your kitchen just in time for holiday entertaining.
Tip #1: Add Copper Accents
Copper is super in and on trend right now – making a come back from the 70’s. I love the warmth and look of copper. Copper adds a cozy vibe and is the perfect kitchen accessory for the holidays. I found these amazing copper canisters that I can use for a variety of storage items – think tea, flour, pasta, treats, whatever your heart desires! It is all nicely contained and displayed in a pretty way on your counter. I am going digging in my mom’s storage for more of her copper so stay tuned for more ways to add copper while keeping the look fresh and modern.
One of my favorite ways to serve an adult beverage or any fun holiday drink are in my copper mugs. They scream “holidays” and they are a great addition to any kitchen. You can display them in your glass cabinets or on a pretty serving tray. As guests arrive they will be welcomed by a pretty display.
Tip #2: Add a Festive Hand Soap
I love buying a pretty soap to display for the holidays. This one is a favorite of mine for fall and I’ve linked another one for Christmas. It tells your guests that you went the extra mile to give them something pretty with an added perk that it smells just like the holidays!
Tip #3: Add Seasonal Flowers
Using flowers that are in season are the perfect way to accessorize your kitchen. They don’t cost a lot and make a big impact. I chose pink dahlias with eucalyptus and a pine type of greenery. I like to display my vase on a pretty woven placement to add texture. I also like to add succulents to my tiered tray and made a small vase of greenery to display by the sink.
Tip #4: Add Pretty Dishtowels & Aprons
I love a cute dishtowel and apron and your guests will too! I’ve linked my favorites below and you can see a couple in the picture below. You can see how I displayed my apron in my latest kitchen post.
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