Sunday, December 6, 2015

Christmas Kitchen Vintage Farmhouse Style -Home For Christmas hosted by Hometalk & Country Living

Home for Christmas Blog Hop-Hometalk- Country Living- From My Front Porch To Yours
I am thrilled to be participating in the Home for Christmas blog hop hosted by Hometalk & Country Living. I was thinking it was not going to happen. I had planned on sharing our Winter Wonderland front porch but the main attraction did not arrive as scheduled.  
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Country Living- Hometalk-From My Front Porch To Yours

Since the porch was not going to happen I decided that even though I was not ready to share all of our kitchen yet I would go ahead and share the part I do have all decorated for the holidays. The breakfast nook will have to wait till I get our farmhouse table completed. 
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Snowman Mug-Wire Brush Tree-From My Front Porch To Yours
I had fun using vintage/vintage inspired items to deck the halls in here.
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Felt Snow-Christmas Blocks-From My Front Porch To Yours
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Mantel Above StoveFrench Country-From My Front Porch To Yours
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-French Country-Snowman Mug-Wire Brush Tree-Felt Snow-From My Front Porch To Yours
I could not resist adding a Santa hat to the clock! It really completed the mantel. Adding the mantel above our stove a few years back was one of the best things we did during our kitchen makeover. It adds so much character to the space.
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Vintage Santa-Above Stove-From My Front Porch To Yours
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Pitstachio Kitchenaid Mixer-Christmas Vignette-From My Front Porch To Yours
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Christmas Vignette- Vintage -Snowman- Salt & Pepper- Shakers-From My Front Porch To Yours
My favorite little salt & pepper shakers!
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Charlie Brown Tree-Christmas Vignette-From My Front Porch To Yours
All I did to add holiday to cheer to our everyday canisters was turn them around and place chalkboard labels on them. If you remember the fronts have crowns. I do not really have any space left to store um so this was the perfect solution. 
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Hot Cocoa Station-From My Front Porch To Yours
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Vintage-Hot Cocoa Mugs-From My Front Porch To Yours
 Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen-Country Living-French Country-From My Front Porch To Yours
Thank you for stopping by to visit part 1 of our Christmas kitchen! I can not wait to get the breakfast nook completed.
Be sure to stop back by tomorrow if you have the time. I am hosting the Merry Little Christmas Christmas blog hop where 9 of my favorite blog pals and I will be sharing Christmas around our homes.

Thank you to Hometalk & Country Living for hosting such a fabulous blog hop today!
If you would like to see the rest of our holiday home thus far please stop by to see our Christmas mantel for this year.
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21 comments:

  1. Your kitchen looks so festive and cozy, Pamela - pinned it!
    ~Angie

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    1. Thank you Angie! The boys really like it.

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  2. I love how festive your kitchen is! Thank you for sharing it with us!

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    1. Thank you Lindsay! You are too sweet.

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  3. Love your festive and pretty kitchen. Lots of beautiful inspiration here. Have a great new week.
    Kris

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  4. Love all of it Pamela!! The Santa is sooo cute!! I found one at Tuesday Morning similar..grr wishing I had snagged him up hahaa! Have a lovely Monday friend!!

    Paige.Rose
    from
    www.TheQuaintSanctuary.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Paige! I do love that Santa. I have had him a long time. He keeps trying to fall apart and I just keeping gluing him back together. Wish I had bought two of him.

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  5. It's all TDC... too darn cute!

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  6. Hi Pamela - Visiting as a fellow participant from the #HomeForChristmas blog tour. Sorry to hear your original idea didn't work out, but I love the kitchen tour. My favorite is the clock with the Santa hat. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours. Hugs, Holly

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  7. How festive and beautiful Pamela! I love the little wreath and the salt and pepper shakers are so adorable!

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  8. Everything is just beautiful Pamela (as always). Thanks for linking up to Inspire Me Monday, hope you have a great week. XO

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  9. Very beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Your decorating is inspiring. Best wishes for a lovely Christmas, Linda @Crafts a la mode

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  10. Ooooh I LOVE that clock! Adding the Santa hat on top is perfect. Pinning to share :)

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  11. Too cute Pamela! Love it all, especially the Santa hat on the clock :)

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  12. Looks great, I love what you did with the clock :)

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  13. It's very pretty and what you did with the canisters was very creative.

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  14. Your kitchen is so cute!!! Love how you decorated that clock, it reminds me of the Santa Clock on "It's a Small world" in Disneyland

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  15. So cute, I love the hat on the clock--unexpected!

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  16. Your "Christmas Kitchen" is so adorable, Pamela! Each one of your vignettes is so sweet.

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  17. Pamela, your kitchen is so festive! I love all the pops of red; it really highlights your cabinets. Your kitchen mantel is beautiful and your have decorated it perfectly- I adore the vintage inspired items! The hat on the clock is such a clever idea! You have a beautiful home! Merry Christmas!

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