This is the view of the kitchen that can be seen from the dining room.
This is the wall that is on the left side as you enter the kitchen from the dining room. I display some of my vintage Fiesta in the glass covered cabinets. I have recently started collecting early breadboards and you can see two of my latest finds on the top of the cabinets behind the brown beehive crocks.
Here is a closer picture of the tree in the kitchen. Jeff and I made everything on this tree with the exception of the snowman on top. We dried oranges and apples. We strung cranberries and popcorn. We made the gingerbread men out of salt dough, painted them, and then dipped them into wax.
Here are two closer pictures of the breadboards. I am really getting into the wooden kitchen items.
Here is some more of my wooded kitchen items displayed on the stove board. I recently purchased the large yellow ware bowl for $11.00!
I displayed my butter paddles in the window. I used to only have them displayed on the bottom and then I decided to display them on the top too.
I made this little greenery for the window with some old garland that I had. I cut pieces of the garland off and then tied it together with a piece of ribbon that I tea stained.
This is a view of the workspace in the kitchen.
This is a view of the keeping room. You can see one of Jeff's ceramic Christmas trees behind the sofa. The cute girl on the sofa is Parker.
This is the other side of the keeping room.
I rearranged the corner cabinet to display some more of my wooden items.
I displayed some more of my breadboards on the top of the Hoosier. The brown breadboard is actually a lapboard that was originally painted brown.
Here is a closer picture of the breadboards.
I have also recently started collecting wooden bowls. I have one displayed on the coffee table with dried oranges in it.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of our kitchen decorated for Christmas.
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"Christmas is love in action. Every time we love, every time we give, it's Christmas."
All My Best,