Thursday, December 19, 2013

Christmas Tour Continues...the Kitchen

The Christmas tour has now moved into the kitchen.

Please come in...welcome to the kitchen. 

I don't do a lot of decorating in here,
but more this year than I have in years past.
My little baking themed tree.
So cute!
Every year, I add just a few Christmas touches to my
cabinets with the glass doors.
Why just a few?
I don't know.
This year though,
I took everything out and went full-on Christmas!
 Best thing I ever did!
I love seeing it filled with Christmas goodies.
I had such a hard time taking a picture
because of the glare from the glass doors.
I finally figured out to just open the darn doors
& take the picture!
I'm telling you, my head is not on straight this year.  lol 

I love this large cookie platter
and the snowman baker, too.

Thank you for taking the tour of my kitchen.
If I can get some decent photos, I'll
return with a mix of other vignettes throughout the house.
Keeping my fingers crossed on that though. 
It seems I leave for work in the dark, and
come home from work in the dark...not
exactly conducive for picture taking.

See you soon!


Dawna Motz said...

I love your kitchen Gina! And the cupboard looks awesome in all it's red Christmasy loveliness! I am trying to get some good photos as well... stay tuned I guess!

Kerin said...

Cute, cute, cute!
It is decorated so darling, and ready for Santa :)

Shelia said...

Hi Gina! I love your Christmas kitchen! I looks like it was built to show the red! Love all of your little touches! Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Barbara F. said...

Very sweet, Gina. I love that rolling pin. xo

Stacey said...

Your kitchen is great. Love all the red and white. That runner on the island is adorable!

sweet violets said...

I always love seeing your charming kitchen!!! Love that rolling pin, awesome!!!

NanaDiana said...

Loving your Dressed For Christmas kitchen, Gina. That cabinet looks really great all decked out! Love your little tree, too- xo Diana

Betty@SouthernGrace said...

It's all so pretty, Gina. I love the Christmas cupboards too. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Karen (Back Road Journal) said...

I love how you decorated your glass doored cabinets with a Christmas theme…it looks perfect.

Dee @ A Lapin Life said...

Your kitchen looks adorable Gina! I love all your red dishes and your fun Christmas tree.

Something Nice and Pretty said...

I love how you just went ahead and put the dishes in...the look so Chrismasy! I've always loved your kitchen Gina.

Gypsy Heart said...

I love it all! The tree is adorable and the dishes are so festive.


Ann from On Sutton Place said...

Your kitchen is darling Gina...I especially love your island. Wishing you and your family a beautiful and blessed Christmas!

Jann Olson said...

Gina girl, I love it! I did my basement in a candy theme. It's so fun isn't it? I love your little tree and your glass cupboards are fabulous filled to the brim! One thing I spied and loved is your snowflake runner! Did you make it? I think I need to make one for the Winter months. I do a little Winter theme after Christmas. I am going to visit the rest of your tour. Cute, cute! If you get a chance I would love if you linked this to SYC. Understand if you're too busy. Have a very wonderful holiday!

Maria Elena said...

Gina, your kitchen looks so beautiful! The red looks gorgeous! Love, love your runner. Have a very Merry Christmas! Hugs, Maria

Sherry @ Thrift My House said...

So pretty Gina. Love the cabinets! A happy kitchen. Hopefully you can get more pics. I always love your vignettes.

Melinda said...

The dishes look pretty against
the white backdrop.
The snowflake runner is adorable!

M : )

Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

How pretty, Gina! I want to add more to my kitchen next year. We just got home and rushed to get our decor up tonight. I snapped a quick pic of the mantel and got a post up in record! Hope you can stop by! Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family, my friend! God bless!

Art and Sand said...

That shelf filled with Christmas color is beautiful.

Next year I might just do that with my entry way cabinet and leave the doors flung open.

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