It’s Christmas in my kitchen!
I also recently had the rest of the wall tiled in the eating area. I debated back and forth on whether or not to do it. Tracey Ayton really helped me, she said most definitely, just do it! She has an amazing eye, that girl! I did it and never looked back.
Today I’m revealing Christmas details in my newly renovated kitchen!
When we bought the house, it was pretty dated and so was the kitchen. I painted the cupboards and did a lot of simple updating but I was dying for a large island.
We couldn’t have one in this space so I extended the countertop to look like a large island.
Here’s the beautiful newly tiled wall. Best decision ever!
Best photo shoot spot ever! Her’s my Vintage Vertical Christmas Garland again.
After the kitchen was renovated, our old kitchen table and chairs didn’t fit in our eating area as the countertop was extended to the window. We bought a new chairs and table from Restoration Hardware and the old set went up to the not-so-rustic cabin.
The space looks so open and bright now. I just love all the white with dark rustic touches. It also goes with my Industrial Beachy French style.
I think the farmhouse sink and bridge faucet are my fave part of the kitchen.
We shortened the countertop on the opposite side to have more built-in storage and to house the microwave.
Would you like a homemade sugar cookie?
Okay, I also love my new Sub-Zero fridge. We took out a bulk-head that used to be above the old cabinets so it gave us more height in the kitchen.
I made this simple ‘Merry Christmas’ garland using these metal and kraft tags (*affiliate link) and red and white twine.
And just for fun, here are a few photos of the OLD kitchen!
Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you have a wonderful time with your family and friends.
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