If you’re coming over here from Maison de Pax, welcome!
It’s almost December but my trees were decorated a day or two after Halloween.
So I’m sure it’s obvious that I love Christmas! I’m also super excited because last year we were living in boxes waiting to move in to this house so there was no Christmas posts or tours 🙁
Later this week and next week I’ll be sharing with you my mantel, living room and dining room along with some DIY projects for Christmas.
But today it’s all about my favourite room in the house. I’m sharing with you my kitchen all decorated for Christmas.
There is oh so many things yet to show you in my kitchen. I plan on doing a full kitchen tour with sources early next year.
I recently painted this natural wood Ikea stool with a beautiful bronze (Bronze – Matthew Mead Studio Metallic paint) from Fusion Mineral Paint. It matches all the gorgeous bronze features in my kitchen.
This big block of soap and picked up in France this year. I really wish I bought more!
I made this vintage vertical Christmas garland two years ago and I still love it. It looks amazing against subway tile.
Every Canadian house needs a maple syrup candle, in my opinion. It even has a crackling wooden wick!
The wreaths are from Home Depot and are gorgeous noble fir.
I added some of my French yogurt jar candles in the little cheese crate where I usually stash my tea bags.
Why not decorate your drying rack with ornaments too?
A Christmas tour wouldn’t be complete without a crock. You know how much I love my crocks!
I’ve had this old moose antler shed for a few years now. I added some noble fir branches (also from Home Depot) and added some pillar candles on top for a beautiful island centrepiece.
Thank you so much for coming over for my Christmas tour today! Be sure to check back to the other tours I’ll be sharing later this week and next week.
Now be sure to visit my talented friend, Annie from Zevy Joy.
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