Let's get this tour started!
I'm calling this Vignette.....White Enamel Christmas...lol! I used a white enamel tray, candle sticks, and picture easel to create my vignette
I staged the kitchen for my post, so I have the sink cover on for the photo's. It is tucked away most of the time, but I do get it out when I have a party and need more counter space to serve on.
You are going to see parts of the chandelier hanging over the island in almost ever picture of my Christmas kitchen. I hung sweet little snowmen wearing cute trapper hats on each arm of the chandelier.
Let's take a closer look at the vignette on the counter in this corner of the kitchen....
The Christmas vignette on the counter is a Poinsettia Nursery
Now the tour will move on down the counter to where the stove is.
Here's a better photo of the chandy.....the snowmen make me smile every time I'm in the kitchen
I covered a board with a piece of Christmas fabric to make a "picture" to prop up on my noodle board
It may seem like a lot of trouble to move all this stuff when I need to cook, but it looks so pretty and it's so easy that I don't mind at all.
The last counter on the Christmas Kitchen tour is the coffee corner.
I don't have the Coffee Corner open for the Christmas Kitchen tour, but here's a link to a post if you want to see how my Coffee Corner looks when it's "open for business" http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2021/10/kitchen-cabinet-coffee-corner-for.html
Yep, I bought 2 of the lit Roosters. I knew exactly where I wanted them to go and I knew I would need 2 of them.
The fabric I used for the picture over the stove is the same as what I used to cover the seat of my Santa chair makeover. In the past, you have seen me use this fabric for curtains in the kitchen. If you missed the post with all the details of my Santa chair makeover, here is a link to it......http://penny-pennystreasures.blogspot.com/2021/12/kitchen-christmas-tree-santa-chair.html