My French Vintage Kitchen Christmas Tour is ready for its debut tour this year with simple yet beautiful rustic and natural details.
Today is the last of my Christmas tours and it’s the favourite room in my house – the kitchen! A French Vintage Kitchen Christmas Tour 😉
In case you missed the other Christmas tours from this year:
I hung two faux green cedar wreaths on the two big windows with Command-Strips this year and added some cedar branches to the shelves.
Just a few natural touches make a huge difference in Christmas decorating. I just clipped these branches from my backyard.
This Vintage Vertical Christmas Garland I made years ago and still hang it up every year. It’s so simple to make with vintage postcards, glitter and some mini clipboards.
I made another stunning Christmas wreath the same as in my living room and have the easiest tutorial for you.
I also added my Joyeux Noel printable to my French bread board with some glitter wash tape. Make sure to download your free copy!
Last year I had antlers with candles and evergreen branches as a kitchen island centrepiece. This year I used a vintage sled, some gingerbread houses and candles!
Do you know that I hot glued these gingerbread houses together to save time? Yes! Hot glue! I wanted them to be displayed all seasons (I start decorating right after Halloween) and I have another gingerbread house that me and the kids made that they can eat after so these ones are purely just for display. I bought some gingerbread house kits at the grocery store and put them together with hot glue. That saved more of the pre-made icing for decorating with.
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Just adding one little ornament to a cute little decorative tree makes it very festive with minimal work too.
I hope you enjoyed my French Vintage kitchen Christmas tour this year!
Be sure to check out all my other tours and Christmas projects.
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