December 6, 2013

Our Christmas Kitchen 2013

Welcome to our kitchen all decorated for Christmas.  This is where all the cookie baking, gingerbread house building and general holiday preparation happens….

Rohl Shaw's Farnhouse Sink at Christmas-www.goldenboysandme.com
I have included sources for some of the items at the end of the post.

Christmas Baking Susan Branch cookbook-www.goldenboysandme.com

White cabinets with cherry island giallo napoleon granite diy mantel range hood-www.goldenboysandme.com

Our new range hood mantel was fun to decorate.

Mantel range hood at Christmas with preserved boxwoods, whote subway tile, and Belle Forest pot filler-www.goldenboysandme.com

Dualit toaster red and World Market mug tree with stenciled mugs-www.goldenboysandme.com


Ikea Hack kitchen Island at Christmas-www.goldenboysandme.com

Pomegranates at Christmas-www.goldenboysandme.com


Red kitchen aid stand mixer and farmhouse sink at Christmas-www.goldenboysandme.com

Cherry island with white cabinets, farmhouse sink kitchen-www.goldenboysandme.

Kitchen hutch with chalkboard menu and hanging measuring cups-www.goldenboysandme.com

Red Dualit toaster and World Market Mug Tree at Christmas-www.goldenboysandme.com

Planning out which cookies to make this year...

Susan Branch calendar December with Christmas apron and chalkboard cookie list-www.goldenboysandme.com

We usually have a wreath over the sink, but this year I decided to add some baker's twine to hold some of our Christmas cards.

Christmas card garland from baker's twine in kitchen-www.goldenboysandme.com

Christmas card garland from baker's twine in kitchen-www.goldenboysandme.com


Tiered kitchen stand at Christmas-www.goldenboysandme.com

The peppermint waffle cookies in the striped bowl are from Trader Joes and they are yummy!

Candy canes in santa mug-www.goldenboysandme.com

Hot cocoa in Crate and Barrel Tree Lot child mug-www.goldenboysandme.com

Happiness is when your mom finally finishes taking pictures for her blog and you can drink the hot chocolate :)

Crate and Barrel Tree Lot child mug-www.goldenboysandme.com

Sources:
Home for the Holidays dish towel- HomeGoods this year
Measuring Spoons and stand-  Crosby Taylor Pewter at Amazon
Red & White striped bowl and small car with tree mug- Crate & Barrel this year
Tiered Kitchen Stand- DIY post about how I made it
Red bowl with gingerbread people- came with a Teleflora flower arrangement last year
Metal Dish Soap holder- Sur La Table
Striped Tray- Target last year
Snowman toothpick holder- Chef Central last year

I have included items I was asked about in this list.  If there is something I didn't include, send me an e-mail and I will add it!  Thanks for reading :)

3 comments:

  1. I am absolutely in love with your kitchen and the overall decor of your house. Would you please share where you got the Home for the Holidays towel, the striped bowls and plate, the red mug with gingerbread figures on it and your measuring spoons and stand?

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    1. Thanks for stopping by my blog, Rebecca! I appreciate your kind words.

      Here's the sources of the things you asked about:
      Home for the Holidays towel- HomeGoods this year
      Red & White Striped Bowls- Crate & Barrel this year
      Striped Plate- Target last year
      Red bowl with Gingerbread Figures- a Teleflora flower arrangement came in it last year.
      Measuring Spoons and Stand- Crosby Taylor Pewter measuring spoons and stand. These are pricey but they were a gift from my mom last Christmas and I absolutely love them!

      I think I got everything. I am going to go back and add some links to this post with where I got things.

      Have a great day!
      Courtney

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    2. Thank you so much, Courtney. I doubt I'd be able to find the towel so I'm thinking I will attempt to make something similar; we'll see how it turns out. Have a wonderful day and a very merry Christmas.

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