A little Kitchen Christmas Decor Tour sharing my favorite decor pieces in our white kitchen.
Christmas has officially taken over our kitchen!
Last week I was able to decorate most of the kitchen during little sister’s morning nap.
Normally I have a game plan for how I want to decorate a room, but I didn’t really have one for this room.
I knew I wanted to use this lamb’s ear garland around the window and add some faux pine stems to make it appear more Christmasy, but that was the extent of my plan.
Originally I hadn’t even planned on putting the wreaths on the back of the chairs because I wasn’t sure if the girls would mess with them too much.
But in the end I decided to go ahead and put them up and the girls have been really good about not tearing them apart!
I used the same wreaths as I did last year when I shared this Mini Chair Wreath Tutorial, but I refreshed it a bit.
Island Chandeliers | Island Barstools | Indoor/Outdoor Runner | 2 Garlands Around Window | Garland Stem Addition 1 | Snowy Pine Bush Garland Addition | Bead Garland on Window | Small Window Christmas Trees | Large Wood Cheeseboard | Brown/Medium Cheeseboard | Round Cheeseboard | Small Cheese Board | Salt/Pepper Glass Jar | White Snowflake Hurricane | Bottle Brush Tree | Vintage Looking Ornament | Flocked Tree Above Stove | Big Ornament Above Stove | Mini Tree Above Stove
I considered hanging garland above our stove like I did last year (which you can see here), but I decided to go with a simpler look.
We really liked how clutter-free and clean the hood looked with the fall decor this year (which you can see here), so I tried to keep that in mind as I decorated the stove hood.
A few weeks ago I saw this adorable utensil holder online and fell in love.
I then completely forgot to order it in time to use when decorating our kitchen.
Luckily, I had already picked up this adorable white snowflake hurricane and I decided to use it in the kitchen as the utensil holder.
I wanted to add something Christmasy in our baking corner, but I couldn’t come up with something that didn’t seem to fluttery around the brown sugar and flour jars.
So instead I decided to add two stems of snowy pine branches tied with twine.
Just the right amount of Christmas without the clutter!
I then moved on to our island.
I love having a round tray on our island, so when I saw this gold one I knew it would be perfect for Christmas in our kitchen.
Normally I place a vase of flowers or branches on the tray, but since we seemed to have a little Christmas tree theme going on in our kitchen I figured I may as well add two more to the island!
I had zero plans for our breakfast room, which is an extension of our kitchen.
So I decided to wing it.
Usually, I draw something on the chalkboard, but then I remembered the beautiful sign I had found and this was the perfect spot for it!
I decided to keep this area simple so that I could add Christmas cookies and sweet treats over the coming weeks.
And hopefully, there will be a whole lot of sweet treats being baked in our kitchen in the weeks to come!
I hope this Christmas home tour helps you as you decorate your home!
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With love, Giusti
Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.
Psalm 119:105 NIV