I’ve cleaned the cookie crumbs from the counter and swept up Sushi’s dog hairs just so I could bring you Christmas in my kitchen.
Hopefully, you’ve taken my main Christmas Home Tour HERE but if you missed it, make sure to check it out.
Now let’s get cooking and check out my Christmas kitchen decorations.
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In my ongoing KISS quest (keep things simple stupid), I sprinkled a few festive touches around the kitchen.
How fun is this huge red metal bow. It reminds me of red solo cups!
My tip to make your kitchen look more high end, take the tile up to the ceiling. I’m still loving this chevron marble tile I chose over eight years ago.
I have a thing for gnomes and this cookie jar holds power bars.
This tiered tray serves double duty as an easy place to grab often used things plus it makes a perfect display for my salt and pepper shakers. My girls painted the snowmen years ago.
Obviously, I’ll never win Cupcake Wars. I used one of my favorite new cedar placemats underneath my Trader Joe’s gingerbread chalet.
My red stove makes it seem like Christmas 365 days a year.
I’m crazy about unique lighting and this bubble glass chandelier takes the prize.
This vintage cookie jar was on top of my refrigerator when I was growing up. I had to drag a chair over to the fridge and climb on top to be able to reach inside and pull out a cookie.
This little bench separates my kitchen from my family room and I knew just what to do with this trio of bowls when I found them.
Oh, and I swear, the Elf did make me drink it.
Sources – if not listed, either vintage or no longer in stock:
Red Metal Bow
Demijohn Lights over island – similar
Bubble Glass Chandelier
Green Cake Stand
Marble Cake Stand
Van Cookie Jar
Sparse Christmas Tree (in dining room)
Metal Wall Hanging Rack
HomeGoods – Rae Dunn mugs, plaid wreath, hanging terrarium, dishtowels, dog bowl, bowls (holding Christmas trees)