Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Winter In The Kitchen 2015

 Happy Wednesday !
Come on in and see the kitchen decorated for winter !
 This big thrift store basket held a Santa for Christmas and I switched him out for this cute snowman ..I added a big winter pick I got at Michaels last week on super clearance..I also added the little owl salt and pepper shakers .They are from BHG at Walmart .
 I love decorating the chalk painted hutch for the seasons.. The roosters stay on top all year round. I just wrote Winter on the silver tray painted with chalkboard paint.The garlands from Christmas stayed up with the white lights.
 Inside there are roosters and cow creamers. A silver tray , bottle brush trees , pinecones and snowman plates I found thrifting last year .

On the shelf is a vintage scale with a cute thrift store snowman mug , ice skate ornament , mason jars and bottle brush trees.


 I took some of my roosters and put them in this wrought iron 2 tier tray with mason jars , flocked greenery ,bottle brush trees, and burlap ribbons. Love this little winter scene by my sink..
 These roosters are from a flea market last summer .. they are my favorites !
 On the table is the galvanized centerpiece..and the winter subway art table runner

 The shelf holds some more winter thrift store plates, mason jars, bottle brush trees and a picket fence snowman sign.
 Another vintage scale with a snowman cookie jar , greenery and pinecones sit on this upside down wicker tray. A pedestal bowl holds more greenery and cross stitched ornament. Love the white chicken with his wreath around his neck.
 Of course my favorite seasonal decoration is the big chalkboard..

 I love all the winter photos with the blue hour outside .. It just makes it look so wintery !

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14 comments:

Barbi said...

So wonderful! I have just started my rooster collection, I started with one that I had found in a hardware store last spring which I fell in love with, now I find that I am seeking them out wherever I go.

Josie0602 said...

Sigh. I just love your house. So cozy and beautiful! Tracy Godfrey

Carol said...

Your warm and welcoming kitchen would certainly help you forget the cold and wind outside, Priscilla--everything looks wonderful!

laceystitcher said...

Thanks for sharing your photos; great pics and great ideas!! Enjoy.

Maggee said...

Another lovely visit! I just got a tray that I can paint and use in decorating! Long story, about husband taking apart a waffle maker... nuf said! Now to find chalkboard paint...?? Hugs!

Barb said...

It's wonderful how just some subtle changes made your decorating move from Christmas to winter!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Priscilla,
Your welcoming kitchen and decorating caught my eye while visiting Jann-soo pretty and perfect for Winter!
Hugs,
Jemma

Jann Olson said...

Priscilla, I love how you have worked the roosters into your winter décor. Everything looks just wonderful! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Jillybarb said...

I'm delighted to see all your winter decor!! I put away Christmas but always leave winter out to keep my home cozy. Everyone always comments that I still have Christmas out. We then have a discussion about Christmas verus winter decor. Love your blog.

Kathleen George said...

Love the blue hour, makes your winter decor more cozy and warm. So pretty! Kathleen in Az

Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Great transitional decorating from Christmas to winter! I like that you leave a lot of your mini-lights up - we need them at this time of year!

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Pat said...

Wow, what a treasure trove of beautiful Christassy goodies, Lovely!!

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

I love, love, LOVE your winter kitchen!! I want to ask, where did you get your vintage scales? I have been looking for one. I love all your snowmen and all the pretty vignettes!!!!