It’s my favorite time of year… holiday home/room tour blog hops! I’m so excited to share my blue and white Christmas kitchen decor today along with other talented bloggers. My holiday kitchen decor is fairly minimal and simple since I have an open concept living space.
If you want to catch up with the Christmas decor I’ve showed so far, you can catch up by looking at my blue and white chinoiserie Christmas tree and monochromatic gold and silver master bedroom flocked Christmas tree.
And a special thanks to Tammy at Pink Peppermint Design for hosting these seasonal tours- they help keep me on track during this busy season.
If you’ve landed here from House by Hoff, welcome! I’m Monica, and I love chinoiserie and glam decor.
Open Concept Holiday Decor
As I mentioned, my living/dining/kitchen is open concept layout, so the kitchen decor is kept minimal to allow that airy feeling I love. Excuse the Dr. Pepper can in the shot below… #ourfavesoda
Dining Chair Christmas Decor
I love how this year’s chair wreaths for my Dayna counter stools turned out! I’ll be doing a tutorial post on that later this week. You can, however, read all about last year’s blush and gold chair wreaths!
Kitchen Island Christmas Decor
Back when we were building our home, I knew that our vent hood would make a great spot for a simple wreath for Christmas kitchen decorations.
Flanking our gorgeous thassos marble backsplash accent are two large ginger jars that I added some gold foil tape to in order to look more like the super expensive gold rimmed peony and hummingbird ginger jar I’m obsessed with.
I’m a frugal gal, what can I say?
I also added in a small glass Christmas tree I picked up at HomeGoods- I immediately fell in love with it because of all the sparkles.
And to the right of the stove I have some Pembroke Aynsley little canisters for my sea salt and fresh cracked pepper while I cook.
I also found a vintage little cut crystal vase that now holds some cooking utensils. I love these little curated moments in my home.
On the island, a simple blue and white floral arrangement is paired with a scented candle and faux holiday plant for a festive touch. My bamboo candle holders also sit on the island since they’re simple, classic and not visually heavy.
My kitchen, when it’s this clean, makes me so happy as I walk into the space. You can see a tiny sneak peek of the dining room to the far left of this photo.
Now if only I can keep my kitchen this clean throughout all my holiday baking! I now hand you over to the ever so chic Meme Hill Studio for more kitchen inspo.
Stay tuned for more holiday tours coming up next week on the blog. This week is all about holiday decor tutorials, and here’s a round-up of some of my most popular Christmas DIY tutorials below:
Here’s the other gorgeous kitchens you can visit all week long:
Let me know what you think of my simple and glam Christmas kitchen decor in the comments. 🙂