Decking our halls: Christmas in the kitchen

This week, I’m sharing all the Christmas decor around our house. Yesterday, I shared the details on our two Christmas trees. Check out that post here.

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Today, I’m sharing the decor in our kitchen! 

I always like to do a festive tablescape, and this year, I opted to use my collection of red and green trees on top of a plaid table runner. My trees are all from Hobby Lobby and Michaels, and my runner is just some plaid fabric. I also added in my felt garland (mine is from last year, but this year’s version is so cute!), some candles with a berry candle wreath (similar here), and a few glassybaby to complete the look.

At each place setting, I used my regular placemats (they’re a champagne color with a little sparkle to them), and topped those with plaid napkins (similar here) and red poinsettia ornament clips (similar here) that I repurposed as napkin rings. To finish each place setting off, I added a tree coaster.

I’m loving how the table turned out, and it feels really festive with the red and green.

The other addition to our kitchen holiday decor is a small tree that I decorate with kitchen utensil ornaments. I’ve been collecting these ornaments over the years, and I just love them all! This year, in the Target Dollar Spot, I also found an adorable set of lights made out of star-shaped cookie cutters. How perfect for the tree, right?!

My favorite ornament is the vintage blender. So cute, right? In front of the tree, I added my two little Christmas friends, made by Lori Mitchell, and found here.

Thanks for visiting my kitchen!  I’ll be back Thursday with a fun, festive cocktail, then wrapping up (ha!) my holiday decor posts on Friday.

Party on!
JW

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