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Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen Tour
Well y’all, today is the last day of our Come Home for Christmas blog tour series. We hope you have enjoyed seeing all of the gorgeous spaces that our friends have decorated for Christmas. And we hope that you’ve been inspired to get creative with your decor this year.
One of the things that sold me on my home a few years ago was the kitchen. It had granite countertops with a huge island, something I never had before, and white cabinets. It really was the perfect space. The only thing we had to add was the subway tile backsplash. It is such a fun space to decorate, but this is the first year I’ve really decorated the entire space for Christmas. I have to say, I love it!
I have had this tiered tray for a while, a gift from mom, but never got around to utilizing it. I’m not sure why I waited so long. It is the perfect piece for the kitchen and love it all decorated for Christmas.
If you follow us on Instagram, you may have seen that I have a slight Christmas sign problem. They are just too cute to pass up. This is one of my favorites.
Decorating on the Cheap!
Believe it or not, I got these bells from the Dollar Store! I swear every time I go to the Dollar Store, something entertaining happens. I went in and saw these white jingle bells, but they only had a handful so I grabbed them all. A few seconds later, a woman came up to me saying how cute they are and where did I get them. I proceeded to tell her that I grabbed the last of them. Next thing I know, we are both acting like crazy people digging through the unopened boxes to see if we could find more of them. Unfortunately we did not, but the other store down the road had some 🙂
Another one of my signs…love it’s rustic charm.
And I of course had to incorporate my little cow creamer.
I got this spool for a great deal at an antique store and use it all the time in my decor. I wrapped a little bit of ribbon around it to give it more Christmas spirit.
I’m very fortunate to say that my little 1901 Victorian Farmhouse has 4 beautiful original fireplaces that are so much fun to decorate. I got the boxwood wreath at Trader Joe’s. You may have seen my other one on the Christmas front porch tour.
This old flour sack was a find after Christmas last year that I almost forgot about! It’s just so cute and perfect for the kitchen.
Also, I love this little ceramic tree I found at the Target Dollar Spot and am kicking myself I didn’t buy more.
Same with these adorable little houses…
Too bad I can’t keep my Victorian Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen decor up all year long. It’s just so festive!
Thank you so much for joining us on our little tour and following along! Be sure to visit the other great rooms that have been showcased throughout the week.
Click all of the links below in each room, each day of the week. We were blown away by the amazing talent and home decor of each of the home design bloggers. You will be too!