A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

It’s Christmas weekend and I wanted to share a little Christmas in my kitchen.  I enjoy using lanterns in my designs, especially during Christmas.  Their lovely glow creates such a warmth around the home.  When the lights are turned off the lanterns give an appearance of what life must have been like in times past.  Their subtleness can make a room feel soothing and romantic.

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

Over the sink I have a white rustic lantern with some plants that I purchased during the summer.  I just added a sparkling white Christmas tree with a few glass ornaments to the vignette for a quick and simple holiday look.

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

I hung a cedar pine garland over the bay window to make it a little more festive in my kitchen.  I like the cedar pine’s soft and wispy appearance.  It’s a lovely garland choice if you want a lighter design.

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

 

 

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

 

 

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

On my kitchen table is another white lantern with more matching ornaments and sparkling white trees.  I like to match the items used in a particular room to keep the design in the room cohesive.  Mini cedar pine wreaths on charger plates make the table more interesting.  I like the wintery look they create.

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

 

 

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

 

 

A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

I hope you enjoyed  “A Little Christmas in the Kitchen” post today!
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5 thoughts on “A Little Christmas in the Kitchen

  1. Love it Luann
    Did you use real candles?
    I have a few lanterns that I use around the house with luminary candles. I love the timer feature.
    Love your nice deep windowsill over the sink. It has endless possibilities.
    Merry Christmas
    Best
    Susan

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