10 Kitchens we would love to cook in this winter
Whether it's for baking, cooking or making hot cocoa, we spend a lot of time in the kitchen every winter. Turn yours into a warm and cozy space you want to be with these blogger inspirations.
At the Picket Fence
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Heather from At the Picket Fence shows us that you don't have to rearrange your entire kitchen to make room for the holidays. Heather placed her larger decorations on the island and sneaked in a few candy dishes, a wreath and a hanging sign to cozy her space up for baking season. Choosing a brighter color arrangement allows Heather to feel cheery as she cooks up seasonal dishes and bakes warm desserts.
Top This Top That
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Top This Top That blogger Laura transformed her kitchen into a winter-ready area by utilizing open space for decorations. By placing holly around her pillar candles and winter greenery with pinecones atop her stove, Laura was able to make a large statement without sacrificing her kitchen's previous style. Since her Christmas tree is in the dining room, Laura spruced up her upholstered chairs with holiday ribbon and twine wreaths for a small addition but a heartfelt look.
The Diary of Dave's Wife
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Want a kitchen that's warmed up for winter and ready for Christmas baking? Kristy from The Diary of Dave's Wife has the perfect solution for you: Just add red. Like the other bloggers, Kristy was able to use only a few decorations to turn her kitchen into a new space for the winter season. After clearing out old decor, Kristy added a wreath and pillar candles above her cabinets for a mantel-like vibe. Showing off her red KitchenAid, a red framed chalkboard and, of course, a red cookie jar for all of those baked goods, Kristy's kitchen is ready for a few extra baking sessions.
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To turn her kitchen into a place that she could feel cozy in for the holidays, Kate found all of her red-handled rolling pins and placed them in a large vintage canister. She wrapped a few wooden cutting boards in plaid ribbon and added a bit of greenery for a festive look. In the dining area, she used a mini tree and presents to make dining fun.
Maria ja pojat
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Finnish blogger Maria used red-and-white plaid to warm up her Finland kitchen for winter. With a tray of candles on the island, Maria's kitchen looks inviting and ready for holiday greetings.
Boy Plus Girl Design
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Warm up your kitchen with a nice cup of espresso and hot cocoa like these DIY bloggers at Boy Plus Girl Design. Using only a few pieces of winter decor, the couple set up a branch with falling snowflakes, a cute chalkboard sign and little glass reindeer overlooking the scene. With open cabinets, white dishes and a blue dresser, this is one kitchen space to cozy up in.
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The Dear Lillie blogger and designer shares her sister's amazing kitchen on her site. Pretty and natural, the kitchen looks spruced up and full of life as they head into the holiday season. With small accents that include a bow-wrapped canister, ornaments, a decorative sleigh and a lot of greenery, this space is winter-gorgeous and glam.
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Featuring another great use of greenery and ornaments, this winter kitchen comes from Kate at Centsational Girl. Using her beautiful above-the-sink bay window, Kate keeps her decor to one simple space in the kitchen. We love the mercury glass candle holders on the windowpane that bring this seasonal space to life.
Aiken House and Gardens
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Country turns fabulous in this beautifully decorated kitchen by Carolyn at Aiken House and Gardens. Using red and white decor items, Carolyn uses smaller winter accents to allow her space to keep its natural country ambiance. With pillar candles next to the sink, it's easy to get comfortable in this cozy kitchen.
The House of Smiths
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Keeping their winter decor in the kitchen nook area, The House of Smiths' bloggers used metallic and natural accents to soften up their space. Looking similar to a winter wonderland, this Ohio home is what our winter dreams are made of. We love the softness of the woodsy accents on the shelf, while the fancy gold items are used for the tablescape.