16 Ways To Decorate Your Kitchen For St. Patrick's Day
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than with some fun and festive kitchen décor? Check out these great ideas on how to decorate your kitchen on this special day!
This St. Patrick's Day season, we've compiled a list of 16 ideas that are sure to make your kitchen sparkle. From rainbow-inspired decorations to simple green accents, we've got you covered. So get ready to get creative and transform your kitchen into a true St. Patrick's Day wonderland!
1. Paint Cork Coasters with Green and Gold
St. Patrick's day coasters - Image by Sarah Hearts
It's a good idea to use cork coasters to keep your drinks from leaving watermarks on the table. You can use them when drinking alcohol or soda, especially if you want that authentic Irish experience!
- Paint a few coasters emerald green and the rest with mint green color using a flat paintbrush.
- Using a small paintbrush of your choice, do a simple free-hand design using the gold craft paint. You may need to coat the coasters twice since the cork is porous.
2. Accent Your Kitchen With Green Apples
There is nothing more essential than a beautiful green apple for accent pieces. You can place them virtually anywhere; as the centerpiece on your island or end table, they will always look good against any color scheme.
3. Make Your Sink Luxurious With A Gold Dish Rack
Why not decorate your kitchen for St. Patrick's Day with this dish rack? It's a good kitchen tool that will keep your dishes clean and organized—you'll never have to worry about where you put your kitchenware again.
St. Paddy's day is special, so having this functional yet stylish rack will make you spend less time cleaning and more time celebrating with family and friends.
4. Decorate With Shamrock Dish Towel
Shamrock dish towels are the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in your kitchen. They're soft, absorbent, and machine-washable, making them an excellent choice for everyday use.
Whether you're using them to dry dishes or to decorate your oven handle, kitchen towel rack, or cabinet handle, these towels are sure to add a touch of Irish charm to your home.
5. Cook Your Favorite Irish Food Using a St. Patrick’s Day-inspired Apron
St. Patrick's Day is coming up and we have the perfect apron for you!
This green apron features two large front pockets, an awesome print of shamrocks on it, along a ruffle bottom trim that'll make any kitchen look festive. Not only does celebrating in style ensure maximum enjoyment but hanging this kitchen apparel anywhere around the kitchen provides style too.
6. Hang a Wreath On Your Kitchen Door / Window
Irish culture has had a significant impact on many Americans’ lives, and we should remember that every day. To celebrate St Patrick's Day, put up a green wreath in your kitchen to remind yourself of all the great things this country does! Here are some ideas:
Paper Clover Wreath
This decoration is the perfect way to make your home feel like it's full of fortune. With just a few things, you can create this charming paper clover wreath that will be sure to bring luck to every room!
Take the crepe paper and fold it over, then cut a good heart shape with a space for the stem. It should have the appearance of a chef's hat.
- Fold the stem of the paper leaves.
- Cut the floral wire into smaller pieces.
- Collect four leaves and connect them with floral wires. We're going to make a four-leaf clover out of paper.
- Wrap the clovers around the wreath frame.
Mesh Shamrock Wreath
This wreath is perfect for anyone who wants to make a statement during St. Patrick’s Day. It measures 24 inches wide by 6 inches deep and features intricate mesh material that will catch viewers' eyes, along with some ribbon accents in addition!
You'll be the talk of your next party when you display this stunning piece on any table or countertop.
The bowknot bouquet wreath design is perfect for any part of the kitchen. It's both decorative and comfortable, making it easy to use in many different areas of your house!
This particular wreath would look great hanging from the front door or as an outdoor accessory during springtime seasonals like St Patrick's Day.
7. Make a Centerpiece Using Rainbow Pots
Rainbow pots on the table - Image by Not Just A Housewife
One simple and easy way to decorate your kitchen for St. Patrick's Day is by using rainbow pots as a centerpiece. It is an excellent way to add a splash of color and a dash of holiday cheer to your kitchen, whether you buy or create it yourself.
Fill a few colorful pots with green plants or flowers, and place them in the center of your kitchen table or worktop. Rainbow pots are an easy way to get a little bit of the Emerald Isle into your home decor!
8. Decorate Your Space With Mason Jars
These jars are the best option if you're new to crafting or concerned about messing something up. The possibilities are endless once you know how to make these!
Make them in any color you want for any occasion, wrap them in a pretty ribbon, or paint some simple designs on them. You can use these adorable jars as a gift, centerpieces, utensils holder, and a flower vase for the kitchen countertops.
- Paint the mason jars with green and white. Let it dry.
- Decorate the white jars by painting them with green shamrock. Let it dry.
- Using your brush, paint the green jar with white shamrock. Let it dry.
Watch the full St. Patrick's Day Mason Jar tutorial video here:
9. Decorate Your Table Setting With Napkin Wraps and Rings
Napkin wrap with ring - Image by Good Housekeeping
If you're throwing a St. Patrick's Day party, a stylish napkin wrap and rings are a great way to set your table. These napkin wraps will add a festive touch to your festive dinner or party. You can use these napkin wraps at your family dinner.
If you're throwing a St Patrick's Day party, these stylish napkin wraps are an excellent way to set your table. They'll add the perfect touch of festive flair that will make any meal feel like an occasion worth celebrating.
10. Change Your Placemats Into Green
You can't go wrong with this round braided placemat in green. It serves as both a decoration and protection for your dining table. A rectangular, round, or oval table can all use it.
It is simple to maintain. Hand wash in cold soapy water and air dry, or use a damp cloth to wipe away dirt and grime. No matter what holiday you're celebrating, you can put it to use with this trick.
11. Wrap Your Chairs With Ribbons
Chair ties can make or break the look of your kitchen. People often forget to decorate the chairs when they plan a party. With a bit of glitz and sparkle, chair decorative ties help tie together other parts of the kitchen's decor, like centerpieces and tablecloths, all at the same time!
The chair seat covers make your kitchen look more festive and fancy for parties. You don't have to buy chair covers if you don't have the time or money. You can just tie green or gold fabric bows around the backs of your chairs to make them look pretty.
12. Use Green Flora to Beautify Your Kitchen
To bring good luck and color into your home this St. Paddy's Day, place green flowers in strategic locations like the kitchen area. The white carnation traditionally symbolizes prosperity, so it is an excellent choice for those who want their dining table or living room sofa filled with life-changing magic!
A four-leaf clover can provide you one lucky penny every time it occurs; however, if we're talking about pots o' gold, then don't worry because our Shamrocks will do just fine too.
13. Hang Crepe Paper Streamers
Paper crepe streamers are a low-cost but high-impact party decoration. Party streamers may transform your holiday party into a joyful one with a few simple supplies: A roll of paper streamers, scissors, and some tape.
Streamers can be used to decorate kitchen windows, walls, or cabinets. You can simply hang streamers to create a backdrop and focal point for your dessert or beverage table. You can also make a Crepe Paper Canopy by Twisting the streamer and attaching it to the outer and center walls or the ceiling.
It is a great way to show your creative style. Hanging decorations add a festive feel to your kitchen without becoming overbearing.
14. Glam Up Your Kitchen Cabinets With Garland
Bring the St. Patrick’s Day spirit to your home this season with vibrant garlands. The durable material makes it long-lasting so that you can use them year-round for years!
Decorate your kitchen space with faux eucalyptus garland for a natural look. There are many ways you may use it, in addition to draping it across your kitchen cabinets, such as making a wreath, placing it on your dining table, or using it as a place runner or centerpiece.
15. Install Green Clover Fairy Lights
This festive green string lighting will bring a welcome splash of color to your kitchen. These dazzling decorations are ideal for any occasion!
You can tie them on stools, hang them from the kitchen ceiling, or even place them over appliances to add some sense of style to your kitchen.
16. Put Up a Banner or Poster.
Wouldn't it be great to have an accent piece that celebrated your Ireland pride? The shamrock garland is perfect for any fan of the green goddess or those looking to need some decoration in their home.
If you want to spend money on decorations for a one-day holiday, you don't need to spend much money on them. You can make some of these to style your home if you're throwing a party.
No matter what kind of decorations you choose to put up, the important thing is that they make you feel good. By decorating your kitchen for St. Patrick’s Day, you can enjoy looking forward to something uplifting every day and get into the spirit of the holiday.
We hope that these tips have given you some ideas to make your kitchen festive and fun. With a little bit of effort, you can turn your kitchen into a cheery and welcoming place where you can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with family and friends.
Do you have any additional tips or favorite decorations? Let us know in the comments below!