A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen – Holiday Home Series

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

Hey everyone! ready for some more Holiday Home Inspiration?! Today I am sharing how to bring a subtle flair of Christmas into your kitchen.

Kitchens are the heart of winter… When I think Christmas, I think family. When I think family, I think food… and I LOVE food. Making it, entertaining with it, eating it. It’s all good in my book.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

So this Christmas I wanted to bring the decorating into my kitchen. Having a big heaping chalkboard wall just called for some Christmas Hand Lettering, so that’s where I started.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

I love to bake, and I seriously think my chocolate chip cookies are one of the biggest factors in my husband marrying me. Not even kidding. With that said, I keep a lot of flour and sugar in stock, and I like to keep it out on the counter in glass canisters.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

My Vintage Marquee Light already screams Christmas, but I decided to add some pallet gingerbread houses to our kitchen island, and I snuck a christmas sign in the hutch.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

Christmas is all about Jesus, and I want my little ones to understand that. I remember playing with my parent’s nativity growing up, and I really wanted to hand that tradition and memory down to my kiddos. Silas and I made them together. He used the jig saw to create blocks, and I painting the nativity characters on them.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

June and Jason love them!

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

The gingerbread houses are also something I did with June. Let’s just say we haven’t had a good track record with actual gingerbread houses. These ones were much easier (and less messy!) Lol.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

I like to keep my cooking utensils up on the counter, and my dish towels in a bucket. They look so good up against subway tile.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

I totally made a hot cocoa bar on my bookshelf, and I am obsessed with how cute it is!

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

I totally redid last year’s garland over my door again this year. It’s so easy to make, and looks way prettier than anything store bought.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

For this one, I just tied wires around the stems to connect the branches.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

I have had this big pallet frame sitting in my garage for several months. It was actually an instagram sign I made for a wedding last summer. Now that it served it’s purpose, I wanted to reuse it in our home. I thought it would look amazing on our back door, so I repainted it, cut a wreath hanger to lay flat against the frame, and added some velcro to command strips to keep it from banging around.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

I also made a few more Christmas signs to scatter throughout our house, like this “Better Not Pout” one.

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

And here’s a watercolor Christmas Tree I painted that says “Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

To be truthful, I normally have pots and pans drying on my counter, but for the sake of my blog, I took off my dish drying rack so everything could look pretty in photos for you all. Haha!

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

So there you have it! A sneak peek into my clean kitchen! (As in “clean when I took these photos!”)

A Very Merry Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen - Holiday Home Series

I have one more room to share with you and then I will be flooding you with Christmas tutorials all month!

SOURCES:

Arrow Light: Vintage Marquee Light

Buckets: Better Home & Gardens | Walmart

Mugs: Rae Dunn | TJ Maxx

Baskets: Homegoods

Flour Canisters: Walmart & Target

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  1. Elisa

    January 23rd, 2018 at 6:16 pm

    Love your style! Gorgeous kitchen design and tons of light. Your husband is very talented as well. You gave me some great ideas, especially the garland.

    Thank You for sharing!

  2. Hannah Hathaway

    January 24th, 2018 at 10:55 am

    Thank you so much for saying that! It made my day!

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