Holiday House Tour
I love cooking in our kitchen for the holidays whether it is preparing family dinners or cooking for 200 guests for our Christmas party. Today I am sharing how I decorated our kitchen for a Holiday House Tour.
I am thrilled to be a part of a Holiday House Tour and I am so excited to join fifty bloggers as we share rooms in our homes decorated for Christmas every day this week! The tour is coordinated by my friend Krista at The Happy Housie. Be sure and check out her blog! If you are coming here from Home Made Lovely, welcome!
Today I am sharing how I decorated our kitchen for the holidays. The first thing I do every year in our kitchen is to add wreaths in our windows. The fresh evergreen smell is absolutely wonderful and I love it so much.
I found the fresh wreaths with the red bows at The Home Depot. Thye were $9.99 which is the best price I have been able to find for fresh wreaths!
I also added some beaded berries in the windowsill. I love the slight touch of red. These berries match the ones in the windows of my craft room.
I do have to confess that decorating a room for Christmas that is already painted green and has mostly white cupboards is a pretty simple task!
My traditional red and green decor works really well in our kitchen. Of course, I spend a lot of time cooking in our kitchen so I can’t overdo the decor.
On the island, I added some faux florals and filled the wooden box with small bottle brush trees. Aren’t they fun?
Our kitchen decor is simple and yet festive. You don’t have to add a lot of decor to achieve a festive look. This year I am hoping to decorate every room in our home and include them in my holiday house tour. I hope this inspires you to do the same.
Be sure to head on over to see Shelia at Maison de Cinq to see how she decorated her porch!
Pin the image below to your Holiday or Christmas decor boards on Pinterest (just click the Pin button in the top left corner). You can also follow along with me on Pinterest!
Sharing today with me are….
The Happy Housie ** Shabbyfufu ** Jenna Kate at Home
Inspiration for Moms ** We’re the Joneses
Rambling Renovators ** Home Made Lovely ** My 100 Year Old Home
Maison de Cinq ** Nick + Alicia
And sharing the rest of this week…
House by Hoff ** The Tattered Pew ** Clean & Scentsible
The Turquoise Home ** Rain on a Tin Roof
Stacy Risenmay ** This is Our Bliss ** Southern State of Mind
Styled with Lace ** Life is Better At Home
Taryn Whiteaker Designs ** Just a Girl and Her Blog ** Cherished Bliss
So Much Better With Age ** Cassie Bustamante
Lemon Thistle ** The DIY Mommy ** Love Create Celebrate
The Handmade Home ** Craftberry Bush
Rooms For Rent ** Grace In My Space ** Modern Glam
Happy Happy Nester ** Town and Country Living
Two Twenty One** Place of My Taste ** Life is a Party
Sincerely, Marie Designs ** Willow Street Interiors
Tatertots and Jello ** A Pretty Life ** Maison de Pax
She Gave it a Go ** Summer Adams
Amber Tysl ** All Things With Purpose ** Cuter Tudor
Chrissy Marie Blog ** The Happy Housie
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Love your kitchen decorated for Christmas
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Good morning! Three things I love about your Christmas kitchen is one canister is not in line. It’s real. The other is that it is green and easily decorated for Christmas. When decorating I always have Christmas in mind! The window wreath are so pretty. Thx for sharing your happy Christmas kitchen.