Deck Your Holiday Windows – Holiday Kitchen window decor

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You’ve taken the time to adorn nearly every square inch of your home for the Holidays, but what about the windows? Because you have beautiful window coverings hanging in every frame (if you don’t, you should!) your guest’s eyes will naturally be drawn to your windows. Why not give them a little something to look at? Read on for beaucoups of festive ways to dress up your kitchen windows.

Make a Merry Scene in Your Kitchen Window

With family meals and parties galore, Christmas is often accompanied by more time in the kitchen. Make your cooking space a warm and inviting place to gather by decking  the kitchen window with boughs and bells.

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If you want to give your winter decor a vintage vibe, or are channeling Dr. Seuss this year, create a whimsical scene over your kitchen sink by suspending a tree branch and hanging it with colorful vintage ornaments.

 

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Compliment the natural look of woven wood shades with organic inspired holiday kitchen window decor, like a grapevine and ivy wreath or topiaries interspersed with blooms in holiday hues.

 

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Allow the beauty of steel pane kitchen windows to speak for themselves. Simplistic decor in this unexpected place will add a little extra holiday cheer. Starburst mirrors are pretty enough to keep up all year round, but a lush garland adds warmth and architectural interest to these stunning windows.

 

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A classic farmhouse kitchen will shine with traditional decor. Evergreen wreaths over the sink will invoke feelings of home sweet home, and will keep the kitchen smelling fresh.

 

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Holly sprigs spilling out of terra cotta pots is another holiday kitchen window display that will make a rustic kitchen shine. And the best part is, you can probably find all the supplies you need for this DIY in your backyard!

 

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For a look that’s both cozy and modern, hang a voluminous evergreen bough over your window and suspend a few red ornaments with hooks or a tension rod. A homey herb garden gets a holiday look with burlap wrappings and red twine.

 

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This is our favorite Christmas kitchen window by far, all because of these gorgeous fabric roman shades. The rich texture of the natural wreath pairs well with the clean lines of the roman shade. Perky paperwhites will never fail to bring holiday cheer, especially in a gorgeous sea foam urn.

Get the look with the Blinds.com Brand Classic Roman Shade in Coventry Chambray:

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This high quality shade can be custom designed with a wide variety of soft solid fabrics in cotton and 100% silk. See all the beautiful fabric roman blinds available at Blinds.com.

Share your holiday window designs with us!

Do you have a brag-worthy holiday window display over your kitchen sink? We’d love to see it! Share a photo with us on our Facebook page, and like us while you’re at it!

See even more Christmas inspiration for kitchen windows on our Pinterest board: Ho Ho Holiday Home!

Have a Very Merry Week!

Image via Flickr User Mikko Luntiala

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Abigail Sawyer

Abigail Sawyer is a Social Media Marketer for Blinds.com. As a newlywed, she’s on the hunt to outfit a new home with all things handmade, preppy and eclectic. Walking in the footsteps of Martha Stewart, she’s happiest when she’s crafting or whipping up a new recipe; although nothing beats curling up with a good book and some Girl Scout Cookies. Chat with her on twitter @BlindsDotCom + @whatabigailsaw and support her rampant pinning habit at @BlindsDotCom + @whatabigailsaw.