Christmas Kitchen 2014

12.18.2014

Let's go into the kitchen. I had fun pulling out my Christmas dishes and adding them in the open shelving this year since the cabinet doors were still on last year.





Lots of traditional red and green dishes collected over the past few years.

All these stay stored away in my dish closet.



I placed my vintage looking figurines on a silver tray and a blanket of snow.





Fruit that was gifted to us sits in this vintage bowl on the chopping block.

These hang here all year.



I added a wreath with a red plaid bow to the vintage bread board.



More fruit placed on my vintage scale from France.


Oh, and Miss Bessie got all dressed up, too. I draped faux mailbox greenery over her and added a big red bell tied up with red twine. I was looking for a real cow bell for her and came across this big red bell for only two dollars at the flea market.

Oh, my gosh less than one week away from Christmas!
I have a few more gifts to wrap and one more to buy. Are you ready?

Have a super weekend!

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29 comments:

  1. looks wonderful. so lively and lovely.

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  2. Very cute and Christmasy! I love your aprons that are there all the time, and the little vintage touches sprinkled throughout.
    Brenda

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  3. Love it - and I love the open shelving! So nice to be able to display all the Christmas dishes!
    Shelley

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  4. Your kitchen is decorated so charming for Christmas! I love all the warm colors and the Christmas dishes on display. Miss Bessie has never looked better!

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  5. Ready here other than grocery shopping and cooking for the Big Day! Just taking time off and enjoying the season. Doing some of our fun holiday traditions.

    Now I see why it takes you so long to decorate for Christmas! I cannot imagine changing out kitchen cabinets, etc. You must have a ton of stuff to put up after the holidays. Bessie is looking good!

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    1. tina, my decorating was done in a couple days except for tweaking. Really not near as much as I used to do.

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  6. Kim your kitchen is fabulous ..love that open shelving!

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  7. Your kitchen looks so fun dressed up for Christmas, Kim!
    Merry Christmas,
    Mary Alice

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  8. Your kitchen looks wonderful. Love the wreath on the bread board and Bessie looks marvelous and festive!

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  9. Love everything...especially the wreath on the round board.
    A very Merry Christmas to you Kim!
    Sheila@mykentuckyliving

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  10. Your Christmas kitchen looks great Kim...love the wreath hanging from the breadboard and love how you dressed Bessie up...very cute!

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  11. It looks great, I always love your kitchen, at any season. Just got home from a Christmas get together, tomorrow is luminaries and then desserts at the clubhouse, Sat. night we host our dinner group here, and Sunday another party!!! The Mon. I organized a mini house tour in the neighborhood, 10 houses and then everye ends up here for drins and snacks. WHEW! Then CHRISTMAS!!!!

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  12. The kitchen looks so festive and the perfect embellishments for the holidays....I have to agree with some of the above that the wreath on the bread board is my fav too....and of course there is Bessie...she is so cute with her red bell.

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  13. So Christmassy Kim :) Bessie's big red bell .... so cute!!. Never seen one so big.
    I can't believe we are only a week away from the big day. I am ready... but yikes!

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  14. Your kitchen is so lovely and festive. But I must say Bessie is my favorite!

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  15. Forgot to mention, the vintage looking children are my favorite thing and to have them right there at the sink would make me smile all the time!

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  16. Every time I scrolled to the next picture, I thought, "ooh, that's my favorite." The bread board with the wreath and the aprons are my top two :) All of it taken together is so festive!

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  17. I love your kitchen, Kimmie! It looks wonderful! That scale is awesome! You have some lovely things.Merry Christmas, sweet friend.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  18. So pretty and welcoming. A very beautiful kitchen indeed. It certainly is the heart of the home and where everyone seems to love to stay.
    Happy Holidays. xo Catherine

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  19. Love Miss Bessie's bell! And everything else, too!

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  20. The very first photo says it perfectly, fun, festive, cheery and sweet! LOVE your Christmas kitchen!!

    Happy Christmas, Kim!

    Poppy

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  21. Lovely Christmas touches Kim, like the places you've found to use wreaths and greenery!
    I've still got a bit of shopping left to do!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  22. I love the wreath on the bread board.

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  23. Love your open cupboard. Especially those cows. So cute. I keep mine on a lazy susan and dress him up for every holiday :-) Your kitchen is so warm and inviting. I'd love to share a cup of tea.

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  24. Fun and festive, Kim! One day, I just might *have* to borrow your idea of hanging pots on the side of your cabinet. :)

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  25. OK, I'm back. I had to run to find my red striped straws and put them in a cup. I just love that whole open cabinet setup. Very festive! Oh, and Bessie's looking mighty fancy these days :)

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  26. I love it all, Kim but I especially love that wreath on the vintage bread board and the big bell on Bessie! Merry Christmas!

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  27. Miss Bessie is the cutest for Christmas!

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  28. Kim your kitchen looks beautiful as always! Love your pretty Christmas touches!

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