I decided to stay simple...
Originally, I thought I would put a wreath above the hood, but I love the color and shape of the deer against the white. The brown also works with the wood floors and island.
I love using cranberries with my candles. They seem to last a long time too.
The wreath towel is from Homegoods and the red checked one is from Crate and Barrel last year. You can never have enough checks and plaids...especially this time of year!
I thought I would fill up the shelf with more but ended up liking the simple look.
I am still playing around with my glass cabinets. I put a few red wine glasses up top for a nice red glow.
My son put this red truck and trees inside a glass jar for me. I finally bought a few of these jars after seeing them all over different blogs and loving the way the trees and snow (epsom salt) look inside. Target has the jars for a great price!
I bought this tray at Pier One recently and was happy to see that it is 'food safe' too. Most of the time when you buy these cute decorative trays, they aren't. Now what sense does that make?
I used some fresh greens and pine cones for the window sill.
In previous years, I have hung ornaments or wreaths in the window but I am still enjoying my new bigger windows. I don't want to block all that light!
I hope you enjoyed my simple Christmas Kitchen Tour!
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