Come on in! Welcome to my home. Last week, I shared our Rustic Industrial Christmas decor in the living room. If you missed it, there’s an amazing Christmas gallery wall worth seeing ;) Today, I wanted to walk you into my kitchen quickly so you can see the simple decorations I added to give the space a cozy festive feel. Welcome to my Christmas Kitchen Home Tour.
This year I wanted a simple, no-fuss tablescape. Something I could set up & use in just a few minutes, but would still look beautiful and welcoming. The red and green is both traditional and stunning.
These antler napkin rings will probably be used in every table setting possible for a while. I’m so in love with them! And they are so nicely complimented by the DIY wood chargers underneath!
If you were wondering about the artwork on the wall, I LOVE how this simple chalkboard piece fills the space. It was SO much easier to make than you can imagine. I’ll be sharing the tutorial for those little metal envelopes shortly!
And we can’t forget about the perfect print from Jibe Prints that we have hanging on the wall behind the table.
I found the most beautiful boxwood wreaths from Afloral, and I LOVE how they look in the window panels. I love how these wreaths add height to the space and draw your eye up from the table.
On the other side of those doors is our island and main cooking space.
I added character and warmth to the top of the cupboards by adding simple pine branches with pinecones.
Then I went about decorating the counters with simple pieces that I love. Staring with the coziest sweater ornaments that you ever did see!
Finally, we reach my command centre – before we get to the living room. It’s always so fun to fill the basket, update the schedule and show off a festive print in this space.
The reindeer print below was downloaded from a lovely blogger’s site here.
If you missed it, don’t forget to hop over and view that festive living room space!
I hope you are finding some inspiration from all of these beautiful home tours! I have a few more to share with you! Be sure to check out the links below to get a sneak peak into a few more blogger homes.