Welcome to our farmhouse Christmas kitchen! It is a cold and snowy morning and I can hear the wood crackling in our wood stove. The crock pot is on and my son and I are getting ready to make Christmas playdough. It really is the most wonderful time of the year!
The first project I tackled in our kitchen this holiday season is a vintage inspired sign. I ordered a stencil from The Mad Stencilist and I am so happy with how the sign turned out.
I also bought some ticking fabric a few months ago and I finally mustered the courage to sew a sink skirt. I am a beginner and the sink skirt is far from perfect but I think it adds to the charm.
To dress up our cabinets, I hung simple 10 inch wreaths and made ribbons out of leftover fabric I had from our sink skirt project. To hang the wreaths, I put a Command hook upside down on the inside of each cabinet, punched a hole in the fabric and inserted the hook through the hole.
I put amaryllis bulbs on each side of our sink and I can’t wait to see the beautiful white flowers bloom in a few weeks.
It can be pretty gloomy this time of year and I like to add a few candles on our window sill and on our countertops.
I am still very happy with our stained laminate countertops and I will write a post about them after the holidays.
We have an old fashioned eat-in kitchen and our table is where we eat and do home school. I kept the table pretty simple with fresh greenery, pine cones, and red dogwood branches in an antique tool box.
Thank you so much for visiting our simple and nature-inspired Christmas kitchen.
Greetings from Kingsbury Brook Farm!