Welcome to the second part of our Holiday Home Tour! In case you missed the first part you can read it here. In keeping with the flow of the living room and banister, I added the same cream chiffon ribbon and wooden cranberry beads to our kitchen chandelier. In years past, I have added three small boxwood wreaths to the three windows behind our banquette, but this year I decided I didn’t want to block the view; opting instead to add faux cedar greenery, beads and ribbon to our lighting. I also added a white fur pillow to add in some cozy texture to our seating.
Our kitchen table is small at only 39″ round and I always struggle on what to add as a centerpiece. I’m always looking for something that won’t take up too much space when we are eating or the girls are doing their homework. So this year I was excited when I found this tiny “Frosty Fern” at Trader Joe’s. I love ferns and this was such a pretty version and fit right into a mercury glass vessel I picked up at Home Goods.
This year I purchased new small faux cedar wreaths from JoAnn’s Fabric and removed the eucalyptus leaves they came with because I thought they looked better without them. I hung them with a light green velvet ribbon I also purchased at JoAnn’s. To hang them I just cut the ribbon, tied them around the loop in the back of the wreath and taped the ribbon to the back of our cabinet door using packing tape.
I found these inexpensive mercury glass light-up trees at the Target Dollar Spot area and love how they add a little sparkle in the room. I placed my homemade dried orange and lime slices next to them in a glass jar so I can use them to simmer on the stove to add some fresh scents to our home. The gingham green kitchen towel is also new, and an easy way to add in some holiday decor.
I placed the same small faux wreath over our kitchen sink and added in a small pine tree I purchased last year at Target. The little saucer was something I thrifted and I love how it adds just the right amount of burgundy color to the space. My new obsession this year has been these candle stick holders with a handle. I have them in beige and black and I love the old world vibe they add. They feel like something out of Charles Dickens.
Thanks for stopping by! Hope you enjoyed the second part of the tour! I will list all sources below! *Just a note, many of my items are already sold out so I have listed items similar.
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Wooden Cranberry Strands (mine were thrifted) similar ones here
Mercury Glass Tree 12″ (similar)
Ceramic Candlestick holder (similar)
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