Good morning! We are excited to be joining our blogging friends today for the first Christmas installment of the Seasons of Home Holiday Decor Series. This week we are all sharing our Christmas kitchen!

This is kind of our “early” Christmas kitchen. I’ve actually already added a few more things in here since taking these pictures.  We usually keep it quite simple in our kitchen and just add in some paperwhites, greenery, a wreath or too and a little bit of sparkle.

On our pantry door we hung this knit stocking from HomeGoods inside a wreath we’ve had for years and years. (I have a couple of them and wish I had a way to purchase more but unfortunately the store is closed now and I haven’t seen anything like them since!)

Touches of gold and some ornaments add some sparkle to the room.

I rarely show faux flowers in photographs but I loved how realistic these ones were.

And here is a view of the kitchen from our family room. I did add some garland to the mantel as well as some stockings but I haven’t switched out any of the blankets or pillows in here for something more festive – that’s on the list for this week.

Kitchen and Breakfast Area Source List:
Cabinet Color – existing (I am pretty sure it is Lampblack by Benjamin Moore)
Wall Color – Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim Color – Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss
Counters – existing but some form of granite
Oil Painting – Gift from Family
Wood Tray footed Serving Piece to Right of Stove – Heritage Lace
Candle – Etu Home
Paperwhites – Bought years ago at a local store that has now closed
All Greenery (wreaths, stems, and garland) – Bought years ago at a local store that has now closed
Utensil Holder – Williams-Sonoma 12 years ago
Little Animal Stools – HomeGoods
Bar Stools – HomeGoods
Copper Mugs
Other Cutting Board (standing) – Heritage Lace
Pillows on Window Seat – HomeGoods
Faux Fur on Window Seat – Ikea
Blinds in Bay Window – Levolor from Lowes
Baskets on Back of door – HomeGoods
Paintings – antiques
Knit Stocking – HomeGoods
Polka stockings in background – Pottery Barn Kids
Wall Color – Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Eggshell
Trim Color – Simply White by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss
Door Color – Mopboard Black by Benjamin Moore in Semi-Gloss Finish
Lower Coffee Bar Cabinet Color – Wrought Iron by Benjamin Moore in Semi-gloss (we will have a detailed source for the coffee bar in a future post with more closeup shots)
Mantel and Other Woodwork – custom by a local builder
Rug – ESale Rugs Villa Rug in the 9 by 12 size
Round Basket – Birch Lane a few years ago
Blue and Tan Patterned Pillows on Sofa – Etsy
Striped Pillow – HomeGoods
White Lumbar Pillow – IKEA
White Knit Throw – Birch Lane
Large Barn Painting – was a gift
Round Ottoman – Joss and Main
Tray on Bench – HomeGoods
Now be sure to head on over and check out all of these gorgeous kitchens!!!! I love seeing them all!

Ella Claire | French Country Cottage | Miss Mustard Seed | Shades of Blue Interiors

Craftberry Bush | Rooms for Rent | Dear Lillie | Julie Blanner

Jennifer Rizzo | Kindred Vintage | Love Grows Wild | Jeanne Oliver

Nesting with Grace | and our featured guest, A Burst of Beautiful

Warmly, Jenni
Some Simple Christmas Touches in the Upstairs Hall Closet
Mini Caramel Maple Pumpkin Pies with Braided Crusts

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8 thoughts on “Seasons of Home – Our Christmas Kitchen

  1. Thanks for sharing your beautiful home with us! That cedar wreath is the most real-looking one I have ever seen (well unless they are real).

    1. I agree with Gayle. I would love to know another source (since you store is no longer available for the greenery) to purchase life like cedar greenery. This is beautiful. I have been looking and come up with non real plastic cedar greenery. Please help. Your Christmas decor is perfect in the kitchen.

  2. It’s all so beautiful! Loving the pretty greenery with the gold and copper touches. Thanks for sharing!

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