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Christmas Kitchen Window

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Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

My kitchen window is decked and now it officially feels like the holidays! Last November I decided that since we had no snow in sight (and never will!) that I would create my own snowy magic. A few village houses, my favorite birch trees (on sale right now!) and some realistic faux snow did the trick! I loved it so much that I decided to do the same this year and just added a few wool trees. (Similar wool trees in blush are still in stock!)

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

I also switched out my snowflakes and hung gold star drop ornaments instead. They are the same stars I hung on my family room Christmas tree this year. Kind of obsessed with them but can you blame me!? So beautiful. I used clear fishing wire to hang them.

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

{large gold tree/medium gold tree/round gold vase/decorative gold vase/antiqued metal tray (large)/faux snow/string lights}

I also added these beautiful gold trees and vases on my gold tray and then used faux snow and my favorite string lights to add to my cozy night lights. (Going to add some greenery in my small round vase!)

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

I placed white ceramic houses in my cabinet although I’m still debating whether or not I should keep it like this! I kind of want the large houses in my entry so we’ll see. Plus sometimes this looks a little busy for me. I love it! But it’s a lot going on. For now I’m keeping it and enjoying the cozy glow from the cabinet. (I linked the white ceramic houses at the end of this post!)

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

It makes me so happy to walk into this scene when it gets dark each night!

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

A few more angles because I took too many pictures. But you already knew that. :)

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

Christmas Kitchen Window (Sunny Side Up)

Love this time of year! If you are traveling this week be safe! I’ll be back very soon with some fun Black Friday deals. If you are celebrating Thanksgiving I want to wish you a wonderful holiday! I’m so grateful for you all (your support means so much to me!) and I hope you are able to relax and enjoy your family. Along with ALL the good food. Bring on the stretchy pants!

Lucky for me I own lots of them. ;)


xoxo, Erin
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16 thoughts on “Christmas Kitchen Window

  1. Oh goodness, this is beautiful, Erin. I just love the look and feel. You have a beautiful eye for design. I really like the addition of the gold ornaments and the wool trees to the window. Magical I also think the houses in the cabinet look fabulous. If you move anything, I would humbly suggest the tray you have below the cabinet. Whatever you decide, it will look great. I can see why you love this look, it’s just so cozy and delightful. Thank you for sharing! Have a beautiful holiday season. You are off to a grand start.

    1. I’m so happy you like it Jeanne! Thank you! You are always the sweetest. Grateful for your friendship! I hope you have a good pre-holiday day today! :)

    1. Thank you so much Chris! I’m so happy you like it. :) The trees in my window are both size 16″ and 24″! I have two of each in the window. Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. Oh my gosh, I am in awe. I am so glad I ran into your blog this month and subscribed. You have an amazing eye for decor and I am so excited to use some of your inspirations. I absolutely love all the lighting for your village display. I have pops of light all over in my dining and great room and so I can see why your display spoke to me. Just beautiful.
    Since I am new to your blog, this weekend I plan to look at your older posts for more inspirations!
    Looking forward to future posts. Have a wonderful holiday season!!

    1. Melinda! Your comment made me so happy! Thank you. I’m so happy you subscribed too! I’m thrilled you are enjoying my blog. :) It’s so nice to “meet” you. I hope you have a wonderful holiday season! Thank you again for such a thoughtful comment.. means a lot to me! XO

  3. Erin,
    Had to read this before I turn in for just a few hours. Ahhhh… Thanksgiving Day-here already!
    Love the ornaments in the window! Just love it ALL!
    It would be a shame to put even one dirty dish on the counter!
    One ISSUE tho…..
    Erin-you did NOT link the stretchy pants! ;-D
    A Blessed THANKSGIVING to ALL of you!

    1. Sharon I laughed out loud when I read this! Stretchy pant link coming right up. ;) I’m so happy you like the window display! Thank you! I hope you had the best Thanksgiving with your crew. It’s officially the Christmas season! YEA!! XO

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