Tuesday, December 18, 2018

5 Ways To Display Kitchen Christmas Wreaths

5 ways to display Christmas wreaths in the kitchen!

5 different ways to display Christmas wreaths in the kitchen!

After my post last week about Kitchen Christmas decor, I started thinking about all of the ways to display Christmas wreaths in the kitchen.  I had a few of these Dollar Tree wreaths, so I decided to do a little photoshoot with them!  I came up with 5 different ways to display the wreaths & I’ll be highlighting them below…so let’s get started!

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1.  Wreath over the oven.
I put this wreath over our oven area & I think it looks so cute with my mason jar baking supplies!  I liked it so much that I even left it there!  I also haven’t had to get into those cabinets yet so I’ll probably end up taking the wreath down when it do because it’s super inconvenient!  Because I wanted the wreath over both doors, I just put a thumbtack behind the cabinets & wrapped my ribbon around.  I just repainted my cabinets so I didn’t want to put a new hole in them just yet!

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2.  Wreath over the window.
When I was looking for ideas for this post on Pinterest, I saw the wreath over the window idea & I loved it!  I have a huge kitchen window, so this was super easy to do!  Our window trim is old & busted, so there was enough of a gap where I could just bunch the ribbon in behind it to hold it together!

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3.  Wreaths on the backsplash.
Because I live in a log home, there was no need to put up a backsplash!  I’ve struggled with what to do with that space & finally found my groove with these Christmas wreaths!  I can put nails right into my backsplash but I would suggest something less invasive if you have a real backsplash!

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4. Wreaths on every cabinet.
This is the one I’ve been seeing everywhere!  I’m not entirely sure on how to attach these.  The easy thing to do would be to bring the ribbon up to the top of the cabinets (like I did with the wreath over the oven) & attach it that way.  I only thought of that after I took these pics though!  Maybe tape or tacks behind the cabinet?  What I did was the super lazy way & just shut the door with the ribbon in it!  Of course, if I wanted them to stay that way, I’d have to never open those cabinets again!  Haha!

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5.  Wreaths on some cabinets
I thought the wreaths on every cabinet was a little bulky, so I tried wreaths on every other cabinet.  I probably just should have centered them between the cabinets & tacked them up above!  This way looks a little weird, but it definitely isn’t as crowded!Christmas wreaths in the kitchen

Would you put wreaths in the kitchen?!

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