Christmas in the Kitchen

In just 16 days we’ll be celebrating Christmas!  I haven’t bought a single gift yet. Have you? I need to do some serious shopping soon!  I’ll blame my lack of present shopping on the fact that I’ve been busy decking the halls for Christmas. Today I’m joining a group of bloggers for the inaugural “All Through the House” tour. Each day this week a group shares the Christmas details of their home!  Today it’s all about Christmas in the kitchen!  You can see the rest of the blogger rooms by following the links at the end of this post.

Christmas in the KitchenIn December, my kitchen is all about cooking and baking. I remember when I was younger my mother and I would bake cookies together and freeze them so the family would have plenty to snack on through the holidays. Spritz cookies were my favorite and I always enjoyed decorating them.

 

Christmas in the KitchenI’ve made a few slight decorating changes in my kitchen since I shared my Christmas home tour last week. I added wooden stars in the trio of windows above my kitchen sink.

 

Christmas Baking in a Farmhouse KitchenOrnaments on the counter and shelves add a bit of Christmas cheer.

 

Wintermint Ombre CakeInstead of baking cookies this past weekend, I made this Wintermint cake with ombre frosting. I’ll be sharing the recipe soon, here on my blog.

 

Christmas Decorating in the Breakfast NookOn the other side of my kitchen is the breakfast nook.

 

Christmas Decorating in the Breakfast NookRed poinsettias and pomegranates add a touch of color on the kitchen table.

 

Cupcake Stand filled with Vintage OrnamentsA tiered cupcake stand holds an array of my vintage ornaments.

 

Tiered Cupcake Stand filled with Vintage Christmas OrnamentsI didn’t hang any of them on my Christmas tree this year, but I still wanted them out on display.

 

Kitchen Sideboard Decorated for ChristmasI rearranged a few Christmas items on my kitchen sideboard.

 

Christmas in the KitchenI swapped out my lamb sign on the shelf for a Milk and Cream farmhouse sign.

 

Christmas in the KitchenWhite ironstone and a Christmas pitcher add subtle farmhouse touches.

 

Christmas in the KitchenMilk and cookies are served in red and white style.

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Christmas in a Farmhouse KitchenI like to use a bit of red in my white farmhouse kitchen. I think I’m finally done decorating and rearranging for the holidays.

 

Christmas in a Farmhouse KitchenThe finishing touch in my Christmas kitchen is a small faux fir tree tucked in a stone crock.

 

Poinsettia in a Stoneware CrockI love poinsettias at Christmas time, do you?

 

All Through the House Christmas Hop

Visit the rest of the bloggers below for more Christmas details in various rooms of the house. The rest of the week’s links will go live on their respective day of the week!

 





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Comments

  1. Oh, it’s all so pretty and charming, Jennifer. I can’t imagine a more welcoming kitchen! That’s cake looks yummy and too pretty to eat. Can’t wait for the recipe!

  2. I love your beautiful cottage/farmhouse kitchen and it is especially wonderful at Christmas…I love that cake…looking forward to the recipe….

  3. Jennifer, I love your charming kitchen anytime of year, but it’s so darn cute at Christmas. I’m right there with you on the shopping. I have only got a few things for the grands. Forget anyone else!

  4. What a beautifully decorated kitchen! So bright and festive, I just love all the little Christmas touches you scattered about. And I would like to sample some of those goodies too 🙂

  5. belinda elam says:

    Where did you get those great kitchen tiles, I have looked everywhere and can not find that color.

  6. Jennifer your kitchen tour is amazing. I adore everything. The vintage ornaments on the ckae stand are amazing. Love the crocks you used.

    I have great memories of baking with my mom at Christmas too, they’re priceless

    Cindy

  7. were did you get the Milk and Cream farmhouse sign. i want to eat that cake right now. i love cake.

  8. Jennifer your kitchen gives me a good feeling…every detail is full of charm. And I’m looking forward to hearing about your cake! It’s gorgeous! xo

  9. oh, how love this kitchen making some notes

  10. Very pretty Jennifer … makes me want to get up and start decorating. You have some good idea to share. Thanks
    Merry Christmas.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  11. So pretty and festive looking. I adore the stars in the window and the tiny tree is fabulous

  12. Jennifer, that wintermint cake looks so amazing. Wow! I also LOVE all your vintage ornaments and that Ironstone. Do you find tons in your area. I don’t see much up here. But maybe I’m not looking in the right places. 😉 Wishing you a very Happy Christmas! x

  13. I love your house at any time of year, but Christmas is special there!

  14. You built-in is dreamy! Love your simple touches of Christmas cheer. Hope to have such a beautiful kitchen in my farmhouse someday, but I don’t think I will be getting a kitchen for Christmas this year. So thanks for making my day by sharing yours!

  15. Very pretty and just my style! I’m going on an online shopping spree tonight to try and get some of my shopping done. Thank Heaven for internet shopping!

  16. I’m in love with your kitchen!

  17. Jennifer I LOVE your kitchen!!! You did a beautiful job decorating for Christmas! Your tree is so pretty! Okay…so I gave up sugar, as delicious as that cake looks…and I know it is 😉 , I’ll pass and have a glass of wine 😉 . I’ve heard you speak highly of that wine, I may have to try it. It would make a great Christmas gift for myself…Ha! Merry Christmas!

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