Welcome to our White and Gold Christmas Kitchen! Last week I shared our Christmas Family Room and little bit about why I chose the gold, white and gray color scheme for Christmas this year. You can see our Family Room styled for Christmas with our Christmas Tree here with tons of Christmas decorating ideas.
We spend a ton of time baking and eating in this room! It’s connected to our family room, so the gold and white color scheme spills over into our kitchen. The words, “the stars were brightly shining,” from my favorite Christmas song, O Holy Night, echoed in my ear as I trimmed this room with gold and white.
Snowy magnolia wreaths, snowy peony floral arrangements, shiny gold ornaments, glistening golden ginger jars and tiny magical bottlebrush trees are draped around the room to welcome Christmas. As you look through the room, there will be sources below some of the photos, just click on the words. At the end of the post you will find photos of the items in the room to click on for sources. I hope you enjoy these simple Christmas decorating ideas and get some inspiration for your Christmas kitchen!
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White and Gold Christmas Kitchen
Arrange these gorgeous white and gold urns with snowy peonies, white hydrangeas, sedum and a few gold magnolia leaf sprigs. I used 8 peonies, 4 hydrangea, 1 sedum and 2 gold magnolia stems in each arrangement.
Place a large candle (this 5 wick one is my favorite), in a round tray. Then fill it with ornaments of various sizes to match your color scheme.
Place a wreath over your stove with a Command hook. If you use the back burners, remove the wreath before cooking.
Use trays, bowls and other pretty vessels to hold ornaments and bottlebrush trees. I used some rice to lift up the tree in the mini trophy cup. Sprinkle your countertop with votives to give the counter a magical glow.
I tied mini gold wreath to the backs of the barstools. Then wired ribbon on the wreaths.
Kitchen Head Chairs | Mistletoe Wreath | Two Tiered Chandelier | Ginger Jars | Mistletoe Ornaments | Greek Key Table Runner | White Cake Stand | White Lace Plates | Gold Flatware | Ruffle Napkins | Gold Mercury Glass Pine Candles | Flocked Wreaths | Gold Ornaments | White Ornaments | Velvet Ribbon | White Pine Candles
Simple flocked wreaths are hung on our french doors with command hooks. I also draped a little ribbon at the bottom and attached some at the top to look like they are hanging. Wire a few ornaments to the wreath to tie in your coordinating color.
For a simple centerpiece use 2 white ginger jars with gold bases. Tie an ornament around the neck of the jar. I used a mistletoe ornaments tied with silk ribbon on my jars. For the table runner, I use my favorite white greek key embroidered runner.
Make a simple dessert by purchasing a store bought cake. I used an Italian Cream Cake. Place a metal flower on top or use some real flowers or a paper flowers. This cake stand is my favorite to display cakes on. My lace plates remind me of snowflakes. Ruffle napkins and gold flatware make a simple cake feel more fancy.
So there you have it! Our White and Gold Christmas Kitchen! I’ll sharing our Christmas bedroom next! You do not want to miss it!!!
Here are the sources in our kitchen…