::Christmas Kitchen::

I teased you with this pretty little aqua and red vintagey vignette in my last post.

It actually sits behind my big corner sink....one of my favorite things about our new house!

Some white bottle brush trees, epsom salt and red jingle bells nestled inbetween dollar store white poinsettas.

Looking the other direction toward our dining area.  Yes, that Ethan Allen piece will be painted. 
 The dining set will not.

Ornaments from Hob Lob last year.

Same stockings from last year, but I thought they'd look fun on the stairway instead of the mantel.

I took a bazillion pics, but it's raining out, and my daughter has my tripod, so everything came out blurry.
These were the only salvageable ones.  I asked Santa for a new tripod, so hopefully my camera skillz will improve!

Shopping is almost done, and I'm getting stuff wrapped around boxes and such.  Hope you're enjoying these last busy days before Santa arrives :)


Sherry said...

Oh what a beautiful kitchen and I love your decorations. I have been doing a little blog hopping to get inspiration and you have inspired me. I am off to take a few pictures and get my decorating done.

Sheila said...

I love the white trees inside the blue jars. I'm going to steal that idea!

Rebecca said...

I really like the colors of Christmas in your kitchen...soft, gentle. Just lovely! And I see why that corner sink is your favorite spot :)

Unknown said...

Boy...you've been busy, girl! It's super loverly!

Unknown said...

Boy, you've been busy, girl! It sure is loverly!

Debra Howard said...

It turned out so pretty! Love love love the colors and especially the white trees in the blue jars.

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

Love! That vignette behind your sink is so pretty and goes so perfectly with your beautiful kitchen!

NanaDiana said...

It looks beautiful, Cindy. You have waited a long time to get settled in there and I am so happy you got in before Christmas. LOVE all your sweet details! xo Diana

Melanie said...

What a beautiful kitchen!

Three Birds Inspired said...

Darling! I have been waiting to see what you were doing with the turquoise trees. Just darling. Right now my kitchen looks like a pine tree dropped in. I think I have 4 more illuminted pinecone baskets to make and then I am done, done, done with stinking pinecones!

Brenda Pruitt said...

Your new home is blissful! Love the colors and the touches you always include in your decor. Happy Holidays!

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Your kitchen is lovely all adorned for Christmas. I love the stockings on the staircase rail! Merry Christmas to you and yours!


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