A neutral kitchen Christmas decor tour sharing all of my favorite finds and holiday decoration DIYs in our white kitchen.
I am so excited to share with you our Christmas filled kitchen!
When I first started putting together this space I couldn’t decide exactly where or how I wanted to place things.
So I decided to start fresh!
To begin decorating this room I took down all of our fall decorations (minus the garland on top of the stove hood which I reused) and placed all of our Christmas decorations on our breakfast nook.
I loved having a clutter-free space to begin decorating with for Christmas!
I then started adding pieces in here and there, rearranging as I went.
And of course, I had my favorite Christmas music playing in the background.
Dare I tell you what it was?
When I was in college I discovered the Glee cast (yes the high school tv show – my sister use to record them and watch them on the weekends) had released a ton of Christmas songs and I really enjoyed their renditions.
During one of those horrible end of semester college exam weeks, I made a Pandora station based on their Christmas music and over the years have fine-tuned it to include a ton of Christmas songs from the classics by Bing Crosby to the queen of Christmas Mariah Carey to the soulful Michael Buble.
So even though the station rarely plays Glee Christmas songs anymore, I still have to say “Alexa play Glee Cast (Holiday) Radio” anytime I want to play my favorite Christmas songs.
I’ve polished the music that plays on this station so much over the last 9 years that Roger even enjoys it.
I know I should probably change the name of the station, but I so enjoy hearing Roger ask Alexa to play this station from the other room.
I crack up laughing every time!
I decided to keep most of the Christmas decor neutral this year since that is what you all voted for on my Instagram post last month.
And I love how this space turned out.
I found this adorable little glass ornament garland while doing some Christmas decor shopping early this week.
I thought they were tiny ornaments meant for a tiny Christmas tree, but after I brought them home and opened the box up I discovered they were an ornament garland.
At first, I wasn’t sure what to do with them and thought about returning them, but at the last second, I decided to see if they would stretch across our kitchen window.
And I’m so happy I did because now I think this Christmas window would be lost without them!
Originally I had planned to keep the gold glass hurricane on top of the wood tray on our island just as I had it arranged for our fall decor, but in the end, I decided I was ready for a new look in the kitchen.
So instead I created a cozy hot chocolate bar in the corner of our kitchen.
I figured this was the perfect location for it as it is below our mug filled cabinet, next to the fridge, and across from our microwave.
The biggest jar has a rich hot chocolate mix, the medium is filled with mini marshmallows, and the matching small jar is filled with dark hot chocolate mix.
I also added 2 more little glass jars to the hot chocolate bar, one filled with candy cane sticks (I broke off the hooks of the candy canes to make them fit in the jar – saving the “U” shaped hook for later use) and poured mini chocolate chips in the tiny jar.
Now I’ll just have to fight the temptation to drink hot chocolate every day!
Although I used the same eucalyptus garland above the stove as I did this fall, I felt it needed a little extra Christmas cheer.
Next, I swapped out the fall quotes that I had in those two frames during the fall for something a little more festive.
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Originally I had planned to keep the cotton stem by the sign on the stove hood, but when I came upon this starburst Christmas tree topper I knew it was meant for the kitchen.
Once I brought it home I found that it is the perfect height to go next to the sign.
Oh, and that Fraiser Fir candle by the sink is one of our absolute favorites.
I absolutely love having an open floor plan, but one of the downsides to an open floor plan is that the scent of candles drifts away before it has a chance to fill a room with its beautiful fragrance.
But not this one!
We’ve had it for years and the Fraiser fir fragrance fills our kitchen with so much Christmas cheer!
I hope you enjoyed this little Christmas decor kitchen tour!
If you find any new favorite pieces to decorate your home with this Christmas after reading this post, be sure to share a picture and tag @DomesticallyBlissful on Instagram so that we can all see your beautiful Christmas decor and so that I can share your image on my stories!
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What is your favorite part about decorating for Christmas?
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With love, Giusti
Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace.
And be thankful.
Colossians 3:15 NIV
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