Hello Hello! Today I am so excited to share with you my Christmas Home Tour for my Kitchen and Dining Room! I combined these two spaces because they flow together in our open concept downstairs. I hope you love it as much as my family and I do! If you missed my living room tour, check that our here!
Dining Room of the Christmas Home Tour
Let’s start with this beautiful real cedar and pine garland hanging on the arch leading from the Living Room to the Dining Room. I clipped some sprigs of cedar from my Aunt’s yard and made the center of the garland.
The pine and cedar ends are clipped off a real garland I purchased at Costco. It was too long around my front door, so I clipped the ends and added them here to make this garland longer and fuller. I love it.
I added more fresh cedar and pine around the space and some cedar on the table in a vase. It makes the house smell so festive and Christmasy.
Moving over to the pie safe, I hung an orange garland from last year and added more fresh sprigs of cedar and pine. The little white houses are from Target dollar spot. The thrifted colorful houses mixed with the white give the perfect contrast to the faux and real stems as well.
Do you spy a little Elf hiding?
On the bottom, I stacked some thrifted goodies together along with my latest find, this sweet little trumpeter that is a bell. Next to that, I have one of my brass candlesticks holders and candlestick from dollar tree.
How gorgeous is this horse? I may have found our elf catching a ride this Christmas.
Another thing I added was some faux greenery and red velvet ribbon to the chandelier. The green and red together says classic Christmas to me. I also added touches of red to the pie safe and the Kitchen.
Next we can swing around to the kitchen, I kept things pretty simple in here. I added a wreath from Target last year, and I love the bells on it. This ticking stripe ribbon is the perfect little addition to carry the pops of red throughout into the Kitchen Christmas Home Tour.
I cannot get enough of these pops of red ribbon throughout the kitchen and dining room. I added some to this little wreath and some eucalyptus hanging on our faux brick wall. The cranberries give it a festive feel as well.
To the left of our fridge is a little wall with peg hooks. I love to style these for the different seasons. For this Christmas Home Tour, I used a different pieces of my vintage copper collection I have thrifted.
I also added some more faux greenery, a metal star that is also thrifted, and another orange garland I made last year.
I really hope you enjoyed the Dining Room and Kitchen segment of my Christmas Home Tour series this year. The front porch and entryway are the third and final installment, so I hope you will check back for that tour next week.