Today I am sharing what Christmas looks like in my baking kitchen. This is a charming little room off of my kitchen that I use exclusively for baking and storing baking supplies. Having supplies always within reach makes it easy for me to whip up recipes and baked goods. I dotted a few Christmas decorations throughout and I want to share a tour of Christmas in my farmhouse baking kitchen.
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Christmas In My Farmhouse Baking Kitchen
This is my favorite space in my home. A little room that sits off of my kitchen that we transformed recently into the most functional space in our home. It used to house the laundry but was too open to the kitchen and too far away from the bedrooms to function as a laundry room. Actually, it was just horrible, along with most everything in this 70-year-old farmhouse. Did I ever tell you there was no working water and sewer in this house when we bought it? Yep. This place has come a long way in the last four years (and we still have a long way to go).
Decorating for Christmas in my farmhouse is really fun, and the baking kitchen is a simple place with really simple Christmas decorations. I couldn’t have much on the butcher block countertops since I utilize this space every day and need the counter space. So I chose to keep the decorations up high and out of the way.
Gingerbread House Garland And Twinkle Lights
These glass-front cabinets originally came from Belgium, but I purchased them from a woman in the Middle East where we spent a few years working before moving here to the East Coast. The little gingerbread garland feels right at home and has a slight Bavarian flair that I am in love with. I added lights to a faux boxwood that sits in this space year-round. I think those will stay all winter, twinkle lights just make winter easier to survive.
FAUX CEDAR WREATHS TIED WITH RIBBON
I hung these cute little faux cedar wreaths with a spool of ribbon. It was a really easy project that added a lot of charm for Christmas in my farmhouse baking kitchen. I simply cut the ribbon to length and taped it to the back of the glass doors. The cedar wreaths are small and lightweight and the tape holds them in place easily.
After the Christmas decorations are down I have to make some curtains for these glass doors to hide my food photography props, glass swing-top bottles, and small jars of ingredients like yeast, cornstarch, and vital wheat gluten.
CHRISTMAS COMMAND CENTER
To one side of the baking kitchen is the back door and just next to that I installed the prettiest bird hooks that hold our farm necessities. We hang our headlamps, jackets, garden hats, and fresh egg basket. I simply draped a pretty (vintage) garland across the hooks for an instant Christmas farmhouse feel. I also have two large bulletin boards here that I use to corral my design ideas.
CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS TREE
I have a cute little seating area to one side of the kitchen and baking kitchen that got a simple Charlie Brown style tree set within a basket. This is a great place to sit while food is cooking with a glass of wine and a little charcuterie platter. I used tiny copper wire lights on the tree, which throw off a charming glow in the evening while I am working on dinner.
I have lots more decor to show you for Christmas in my farmhouse kitchen! Did you decorate your kitchen for Christmas? Do you love baking as much as I do?
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