Y’all! We did it. We are sharing our Christmas kitchen countertops – which means we are finished decorating our kitchen’s for Christmas. Next week we are doing gift wrapping, our dining tables and our front porch.
I’m almost ready to call the decorating DONE!
I’m going to share it with you area by area.
The Stove Countertop
To the left of the stove I’ve got my Round Top sign complete with peppermint candy.
My stove is one of the focal points in my kitchen so I’m sure to decorate it.
I’ve got a fun wreath and garland on the vent hood.
And this cute sign is above my stove top.
I found an anonymous sticky not on it the other day announcing “yes, they do!”
To the right of the stove I simply added some Christmas wooden spoons, a couple of red velvet ribbons and a Santa salt and pepper shaker set.
Sometimes you don’t need a lot of decor to make it super festive!
The Pantry Door
I made this JOY sign last year and loved it so much I decided to use it again this year.
The Sink Countertop
This corner by the sink is my favorite area this year.
I plopped some poinsettias into my vintage Santa pitcher.
It has so much impact!
The shelf above has some fun gingerbread people, a candle and a beautiful plaid hand towel.
Simple, yet super colorful and fun.
My sweet sister gifted me this Spode serving platter.
Isn’t it pretty??
I added a Santa and another towel and this area is ready to rock.
In the corner I have my canisters.
I love the simple red ribbons added to the lids.
These vintage Santa cream and sugar bowl match my Santa pitcher so they are the perfect addition to this area.
My tea bags are stored in the smaller canister so it really is the perfect spot!
I put this floral arrangement together thinking I might use it on my breakfast bar but it was too big.
However, it’s perfect here!
The last spot in my kitchen that I decorated was the island.
I put this cute tree together last year and loved it so much that I brought it back!
I hope that you enjoyed seeing my Christmas Kitchen countertops.
Be sure and head on over to Terrie’s to see her beautiful kitchen.
It’s a must see!
Until next time…