Hello everyone, today I am sharing a Christmas kitchen. Grab a hot beverage and enjoy the pretty Christmas décor. Besides sharing décor there is an updated new project, my curbsde hutch. Let’s begin a Christmas kitchen.
Let’s Look Inside the Hutch
Now, let’s look inside the hutch for a Christmas kitchen. The hutch looks dreamy decorated for Christmas showing many of my bottle brush trees. I particularly enjoy adding these to my antique tureens, footed sugar bowl and thrift store finds.
The Bethany Lowe sheep adds a French feel.
My antique bronzed baby shoe holds a special place in my heart. A small bottle brush tree adds a Christmas touch. The large bell adds an old touch with an antique book.
A creamware pitcher filled with preserved cedar branches adds a touch of Christmas greens.
An old ornament with a bit of silver gilding adds character alongside an antique small soup tureen.
The colder months is also a time to add candles to bring a soft glow in the evenings. Nestled here and there with pinecones alongside a few gilded walnuts adds warmth. The candles also add a warm glow therefore making them sparkle.
A bottlebrush tree sitting in an old glass knob in antique ironstone scalloped dishes is pretty. Also adding elegance, gilded walnuts are nestled alongside.
A bottle brush tree sitting inside a crown on my Florentine tray adds whimsy. Additionally, a small antique cast iron urn looks pretty here with gilded walnuts.
Above the Hutch in A Christmas Kitchen
Easy DIY Snowy Houses and a dehydrated fruit & chestnut garland especially add warmth, interest and Christmas charm to the top of the hutch. Fairy lights on a remote control timer casts a warm glow in the evening.
A Quick & Easy Winter Wreath adds charm and elegance to an old wood and metal piece.
I particularly love the mix of green and champagne trees. Fairy lights on a remote control timer adds a warm touch.
A coal scuttle filled with large pinecones and small birch logs to adds some interest to the empty space at the bottom.
A French basket holding a small Cedar lighted tree also adds a bit of Christmas to a corner. A metal bucket found at Michael’s filled with dehydrated orange slices, an orange and pinecones is a great finishing touch. I added dark wax to the bucket which also added character.
The Kitchen Table Area
The kitchen table is kept simple for the season. A large pedestal bowl filled with an abundance of snowy pinecones and a deer antler is all the table needs.
Hot chocolate and homemade Gingerbread Biscotti are also waiting for us to enjoy. Christmas dishes and mugs give the table a festive feel for two.
Having a semi open floor plan, the kitchen is partially open to our great room. We particularly, enjoy seeing our Christmas décor from both rooms.
Such as our tree. Today I’m sharing the kitchen view of our tree.
This tree is filled with Christopher Radkxo and ornaments from Poland. A wine crate filled with white birch logs is added for interest and fun
Lastly, are Reeses and Peanut’s stockings waiting for Santa Pup to visit.
Are getting your halls decked? Are you also thinking of your baking? I’d love to know the comments.