Tartan Plaid Christmas Decor in the Kitchen + Video

I’ve decorated my kitchen for Christmas in tartan plaid and I’m loving it! Be sure to visit all the farmhouse vintage Christmas decorating ideas in this post.

Tartan Plaid Christmas Decor in the Kitchen with Jamie holding a small plant staring out the window.

I just shared the plaid Christmas decor in my living room, the snow glob cloches on my mantel and DIY plaid ornaments so in keeping with my plaid theme, I’m decorating with a plaid pattern my kitchen.

Today I’m joining a Farmhouse Christmas tour hosted by my friend Sheila of Maison de Cinq. If you are coming here from Liz Marie, welcome! Be sure to visit all the beautiful Christmas tours at the end of this post.

The white kitchen with a stainless steel stove, plaid hand towels on the stove and a mini tree on the counter.

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I love decorating in neutrals and the same is true when decorating for Christmas so choosing buffalo plaid is definitely going out of my comfort zone but I love it!

Especially in my kitchen, the colour just pops against all the white.

(I bought four of these faux eucalyptus wreaths this year and they are such a great price!)

A green wreath with a flannel bow on the range hood.

I decided to wrap the inside of my one glass kitchen cabinet. The tartan looks so pretty!

Pinecones on the counter, bread board and wooden cutting board, a white pot on the stove and plaid cloth in the cupboard where there is glass.
Wooden spoons and flocked pinecones and mini tree on the counter.
Wooden bread and cutting boards with a mini evergreen tree in a crock on the counter.

Adding a few touches to the open shelves like the plaid flannel ribbon and cow bells changed the whole look with a few simple decor touches.

Open shelving in the kitchen draped with tartan plaid ribbon and various holiday items on the shelf.
A wooden cake stand with a twig Christmas tree and glass cloches with mini flocked trees in them.

I brought out my vintage wooden sleigh and added candles to it like I did two years ago. Last year you might have remembered I added gingerbread houses to it.

A wooden vintage sleigh with candles, plaid ribbon and red berries on it.

Tying some flannel ribbon to some of the taller candles along with some red berry garland added just a bit of red to match the rest of the plaid details.

Holiday sleigh on the kitchen island.

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(the link to the exact eucalyptus wreath)

(the link to the exact cow bells)

(the link to the exact reversible plaid gift wrap that I love)

The wooden sleigh with candles on it lit up on the island in the kitchen.

Click here to see my Christmas kitchen 2017

Click here to see my Christmas kitchen 2016

I hope you enjoyed my cozy plaid/tartan Christmas kitchen. Now be sure to visit Haley at Mountain View Cottage and the rest of the beautiful tours below.

Be sure to check out my short video on my plaid Christmas tour!

Make sure to pin it for later!

Plaid Christmas Kitchen poster.

click in case you missed:

Christmas Snow Globes

Christmas snow globes graphic.

French Vintage Kitchen Christmas Tour

French Vintage Kitchen Christmas tour poster.
Farmhouse Christmas Tour graphic.
A decorated Christmas tree in the living room.
A girl on her porch with her dog.

Today’s Posts:Miss Mustard SeedLove Grows Wild

Oranges used in a mantel display.


A white sparkly mantel display.

Liz Marie Blog

A white holiday kitchen decorated.

So Much Better with Age

White stockings on a mantel.

Mountain View Cottage

A cozy fireplace that is on with white pillows and stockings.

Lauren McBride

And if you missed yesterday’s posts, you can get to those by clicking the links below!

Thursday’s Posts:

Thursday holiday tour poster.

Maison de Cinq | Boxwood Avenue | Ella Claire | Rooms for Rent | Maison de Pax | Farmhouse on Boone | Thistlewood Farms

Friday’s Posts:

Friday Christmas tour poster.

Miss Mustard Seed | Love Grows Wild | Tidbits | Liz Marie Blog | So Much Better with Age | Mountain View Cottage | Lauren McBride

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  1. Love, love, love every inch of this Jamie! Your kitchen is so perfect anyway and at Christmas it really shines! (and I adore that vintage sleigh – I’m thinking I need one in my life;))

    Thank you again for hopping in and joining us! I’m so glad you did!

    Merry Christmas!


  2. Jamie, your Christmas kitchen is an absolute holiday delight. I love how you’ve used a variety of plaids in unexpected ways to create such a cozy look! Your green glassware, bottle brush trees and pedestal vignette trimmed out with plaid ribbon make a charming composition on your open shelves. Thank you for generously sharing your creativity.

  3. Hello Jaime!

    I am new to your blog, as of last week. As I was perusing I came across a printable “Joyeux Noel”, is this still available? Your blog and style is simply magnificent!

    Regards, Karen

  4. I have always loved Tartan plaids. Tablecloths, runners, ribbon, throws etc. I have collected many. They have a wonderful history and something that has been a delightful part of making Christmas even more beautiful…. Your Kitchen is proof!
    Merry Christmas.

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