Rustic Christmas Kitchen + Video

I am sharing with you a kitchen tour with rustic Christmas decor details.

Christmas Kitchen Tour 2016 - So Much Better With Age

I’m very excited to decorate for Christmas this year because last year we were living amongst boxes waiting to move in to this house so there were no Christmas tours.

I recently shared with you my two trees but today’s tour starts off my Christmas tours. I’m participating in the Styled + Set Holiday Tour hosted by my friend Lory from Designthusiasm. If you’re coming over here from Maison de Pax, welcome. Be sure to visit all the tours at the end of this post.

A white kitchen with a green wreath on the window.

Here is my full kitchen tour with sources.

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 French white kitchen.

This big block of soap and picked up in France this year. I really wish I bought more!

 There is a driftwood Christmas tree in the kitchen.

I made this vintage vertical Christmas garland two years ago and I still love it. It looks amazing against the white subway tile.

 White subway tile and wreath is on the range hood.
A wooden bread board is leaning against the white subway tile.

Every Canadian house needs a maple syrup candle, in my opinion. It even has a crackling wooden wick!

There are wooden spoons in a crock in the kitchen beside a can of maple syrup.
Up close look at the wooden driftwood tree.

The holiday wreaths are from Home Depot and are gorgeous noble fir.

There are Christmas post cards on wooden clipboards in the kitchen.
A simple vase with a sprig of evergreen is on the counter.

I added some of my French yogurt jar candles in the little cheese crate where I usually stash my tea bags.

 Noble fir clippings in mercury jar.
 Stars and greenery kitchen vignette.

Why not decorate your drying rack with ornaments too?

There is a wreath hanging in the kitchen.
A white kitchen with Christmas details.

A Christmas tour wouldn’t be complete without a crock. You know how much I love my crocks!

There is a mini tree in the kitchen.
 Green wreath over window, drying rack decorated with cinnamon buns on a plate.

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.

 Noble fir and candles in moose antlers.
 Up close picture of candles.
Candles lit on the kitchen island.
An antler filled with candles and greenery.
Pendant lights in the kitchen.

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.

There are lights hanging above the kitchen island.

Now be sure to visit my talented friend, Annie from Zevy Joy and the other tours below.

Be sure to watch a short video on my snowy vintage Christmas decor!

Make sure to pin it for later!

Rustic Christmas Kitchen graphic.
Christmas Kitchen Tour 2016 - So Much Better With Age

Click in Case You Missed:

DIY Snowy Centrepiece

DIY Snowy Centrepiece / Christmas Dining Room Tour - So Much Better With Age

Plaid Christmas Kitchen

Plaid Christmas Kitchen poster.

Monday’s posts:

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Designthusiasm | Decor Gold Designs | My Soulful Home
Kelley Nan | Driven by Decor | The Enchanted Home

Tuesday’s posts:

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Shabbyfufu | CitrineLiving | French Country Cottage
Maison Decor | Sand and Sisal | Town and Country Living

Wednesday’s posts:

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Bless’er House | Cedar Hill Farmhouse | Design, Dining and Diapers
Maison de Pax | So Much Better With Age | Zevy Joy

Thursday’s posts:

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Ella Claire | Buckets of Burlap | Randi Garrett Design
Savvy Southern Style | Stone Gable | ZDesign at Home

Friday’s Posts:

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On Sutton Place | Finding Home Farms | Life On Virginia Street
Setting for Four | Sunny Side Up | The Wood Grain Cottage


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  1. I think your kitchen is my absolute favorite in all of blogland! I love your style no matter the room, but your kitchens, especially this one – well I could spend hours just looking at the pictures. It’s perfect!

    I have a 200 gram block of olive oil soap that I got from Dreamy Whites. She orders regularly from France and has several sizes and choices available. Here is a link, but please remove it if links aren’t permitted. http://dreamywhitesonline.com

  2. Love your kitchen.
    I have ordered this soap online. I’m pretty sure they ship worldwide. I’m in Australia. It was ages ago and I can’t recall if I got it direct or through another source. Maybe Google.

    1. Thanks so much, Lynne. Do you mean the soap on Dreamy Whites site or mine? I only ship to Canada and the US. But I’m pretty sure you were referring to Dreamy Whites. Let me know if I’m incorrect.
      Hugs, Jamie

  3. What a gorgeous kitchen! All that greenery is just perfect for Christmas and I love the maple candle! That’s exactly the maple syrup we buy (I’m in Montreal!)! Thank you for the beautiful tour!

  4. I love your bright and cheery kitchen! I would love to know where I can get those stars that are draped over that wall hanging beside your sink. Or better yet if I could make them!

  5. Jamie, how wonderful to see your delightful kitchen all decked out for the holidays! Truly stunning!! I just love how the fresh bits of greenery and other natural bits work in your gorgeous white and bright kitchen. Who would ever want to leave?

  6. Beautiful holiday kitchen! I adore the rose picture. Can you give me any details about it?

    Thanks so much and Happy Holidays!


    1. Hi Melody,
      I got the rose picture at a vintage/antique shop. Sorry that’s not more helpful 🙁 I painted and distressed the frame. I didn’t think I’d keep it up with my Christmas decor but it seemed to work! Happy holidays.
      Hugs, Jamie

  7. Jamie, I love your kitchen, but my favorite is the moose antler shed. I love antlers and I need that moose shed. Good thing you live way too far away from me. 🙂

  8. Hi Jamie! Your white kitchen is a dream. My favorite Christmas touch is the bottle brush tree in a mason jar. Have to try that! Pat @ Bringing French Country Home

  9. I just found your blog through pinterest. I love the wood and ever green touches you put with the white in your kitchen. It looks so warm and cozy. Great job it is beautiful!

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