Christmas in the Kitchen

There’s just something about red, at Christmas.  Mix it with fresh greenery and you have the perfect recipe for some good old fashioned, nostalgic Christmas décor –  Exactly the feeling I’m going for in our kitchen this year.

I chose to use a pair of woven-checked placemats on top of our sink skirt for a fun, vintage nod and added fresh greenery to the shelves.  A string of twinkling white lights and some old red and white enamelware pots finished off the look.  I also brought in my favorite apple honey butter candle to greet our noses with a cozy warm hug as you walk into the room. So, Grab something yummy to sip and come on in!


Murry, our Elf, also decided to join in on the tour:

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Tomorrow I’ll be sharing a few more simple ideas on how to add a dash of Christmas to your decor (right behind this half wall).


Thank you, as always, for your continued support!  I’m so happy you’ve stopped by.

Source List:

Open Shelves: Wood and Brakets Home Depot
Canisters: Williams Sonoma
Cup rack: DIY by Mister Blueberry Hill
Red Tartan Blanket: Rite Aid
Mugs: Homegoods
Apple Honey Butter Candle: DW Home (can also be found at Homegoods)
Hanging Fruit Baskets: Décor Steals
Moscow Mule Mugs: Walmart
Hand Soap: Murchison Hume
Grey and Blue dishware: Crate and Barrel
Black basket: Crate and Barrel
Red and White enamelware: Ebay
Checked placemats: Hand-me-down from my mom
Cotton Boll Wreath:
Stacked Baskets: Homegoods
Antlers Lumbar Pillow: DIY Blueberry Hill
Oversized clock: DIY Blueberry Hill
Hanging Pot Rack: Homegoods
Grocery Sign: DIY Blueberry Hill
Kitchen Stools: Here when we bought the home
Woven grey runner: Rugs USA

If there’s anything I missed that you’re interested in, please send me a comment or direct email.  Thank you!

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