Our Christmas Kitchen

Just a quick share of our kitchen this Christmas..

Our precious hand artwork from the preschool years.

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A few from the family room…

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The glass and metal table is from Pottery Barn, but I actually found it at an estate sale.  I usually try to do a more elaborate drawing on the chalkboard – but it is time consuming, so I decided to just go with what was quick and easy.  I also have my collection of vintage ceramic light up trees.  Both my Mom and Grandma had them out when I was a kid – they each made theirs, it was always a favorite.

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I kept things simple, just adding a few green elements.

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I added some felt ribbon found at Michael’s on the shelves of the hutch and added some green stars and moss birds.  It works well with our collection of Liberty Blue and Friendly Village transferware.

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I recently had a shelf added above the stove and I added some small ironstone pieces, some more green stars and birds and some greenery.

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I always have my blue canning jars on the window shelf and also added green stars there.

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22 thoughts on “Our Christmas Kitchen”


  1. Everything is so pretty. Loved seeing what you have done. Those stars and blue ball jars in the window are just great.

    Merry Christmas

  2. Every.single.picture is inspiring. Love the green mossy stars. Don’t know where you found them, but I hope they sell them in my area soon! Makes me want to go coastal looking at your pics, with all the blues and whites.

  3. Beautiful kitchen. I love the transferware and the green stars. Those vintage ceramic trees are great. My grandmother had one of those and I always loved it.

  4. Your kitchen is beautiful! One of my favorites. I love how you change out the silver tiered trays. Where did you find those beautiful green stars. They are wonderful and so simple.

  5. You have such a great style. Your kitchen decor is so pretty. I love all the vintage and handmade touches scatter around. So cozy and cheerful.

  6. Love your decorations! I have been looking all over for an old wooden box to reproduce your centerpiece! I have a few more places to try! Hopefully I’ll find it before christmas!

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  7. I am absolutely in love with your kitchen, in fact, I am pinning images to use it as the model from my upcoming remodel. Congratulations, Laura !!!