I am excited more this year than ever to decorate our kitchen for Christmas. It’s starting to take shape into the kitchen I have always wanted.
Since we painted our kitchen cabinets this a few years ago it feels so much brighter and definitely more my style. Also redoing the flooring and now starting to take down the backsplash it’s coming together to what my whole vision is.
The cabinets used to fight with any decor I wanted but now that they’re white they are the perfect backdrop for my decor.
I wanted to take advantage and spruce them up. I decided to make little rustic wreaths to hang on the main cabinet doors.
I purchased 8″ grapevine wreaths, some berry picks, rustic ribbon and general purpose Indoor Command™ Brand Hooks that can hold up to 1lb. I decided on the Command Hooks because I didn’t want anything to ruin my painted cabinets. They come off with no damage to the surface and no sticky residue!
With my supplies I simply inserted the berry pick into the grapevine wreath. I love that the stem of the pick hides within the wreath. I then formed the berries along the wreath for a simple look.
I cut the ribbon to length looped in the wreath and tied the ends.
I followed the package instructions to hang the hooks on the back of the cabinet doors.
After waiting an hour, I then hung the wreaths over the doors and tied them to the hooks.
I love how festive my the kitchen is! It’s subtle and rustic and I love it.
I also love that I’m not ruining my cabinets with nails, screws or sticky adhesives!
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Wednesday 23rd of November 2016
Very good idea. I rarely decorate my kitchen anymore but looks pretty simple to me. Already have some grapevine wreaths I purchased at DT. Think I will give it a try. Thanks for sharing. Love all your projects.