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Christmas in the kitchen! It’s always such a fun place to add some holiday cheer isn’t it!? Everyone hangs out in the kitchen and I love adding greenery and favorite decor to warm things up and make people want to hang out here even more. :) I’m so happy to have you all over for a little tour of this space!
This year I stuck with my tried and true garland combo for over my cooktop. I just wrapped one cedar garland with one eucalyptus garland (on sale at the moment!) and it creates a beautiful combo. This is actually 4 pieces of garland (2 wrapped on each side) on my shelf.
Then I just added a little Christmas cheer here and there with cute bottlebrush trees..
and fresh balsam holiday candles. :)
I added my cute black metal houses on my shelf too (they light up so pretty at night!) and my beloved Christmas tree board and hoop wreath against my backsplash. And yes.. I move the wreath when I cook. Believe me.. my house could be up in flames in no time given my track record with the cooktop! We take no chances around here.
But cooking woes aside.. this section of the kitchen is looking festive. :)
I kept my kitchen window the same as last year.. I just love it too much! Especially with my little white houses in my glass cabinet.
It’s magical at night!
The only difference is this little arrangement below my cupboard. I left my oatmeal station (El is coming for the holidays so I can’t take it down!) and then added this fun black tree cutting board.
Simple greenery in a beautiful vase is always a good thing this time of year!
I also added a little holiday cheer to my butler’s pantry shelves.
I’m slightly obsessed with tree boards in case you couldn’t tell! They are so much fun to decorate with and then to pull out and use when entertaining.
Cute decor but also holiday party essentials!
Did I buy this nottaway chandelier in the summer picturing it with greenery hanging over it in the winter?
Why yes. Yes I did. :)
I used a command hook to hang a wreath on this window and I’ve loved the look!
I took these pics before I added glasses and napkins but this was my table for my holiday party.
Aren’t the plates fun!? The plaid dinner plates are so inexpensive! And I love the trees on the salad plate.
A few more black houses, my reindeer tea lights and gold votives light up and make this a cozy scene at night.
Wrapping up my Christmas kitchen post with a view from the family room!
Time to curl up on this couch and enjoy some down time. This time of year is so crazy but I’m determined to carve out a few family movie nights! The best.
Enjoy Thanksgiving prep! I hope you are all spending the holiday with loved ones exactly how you want to spend it! Given my track record in the kitchen I’ll be in charge of the usual with my family.. setting the table and entertaining the kids.
Also the best. I’ll take it.