If you’ve followed this blog for a while you will probably recognize this kitchen.
And just like in the family room on this Christmas Home Tour, we continue to see Elizabeth’s creative and bold use of color!
The old shutters that line the window sill were recently found at an estate sale. Elizabeth painted them red and placed them here for a bit of additional privacy and color.
Her kitchen table centerpiece is the family’s collection of Santas.
Each place setting features a different Christmas themed salad plate which Elizabeth purchased from the Southern Nazarene University’s book store in Bethany, Oklahoma.
Below you can see Elizabeth’s gorgeous red cabinets.
The custom paint treatments in this kitchen range from the high gloss red, to glazed green, to distressed white.
A droop style valance treatment dresses two large windows in the kitchen.
Looking back to the work area of the kitchen, you see a glimpse of the distressed white cabinetry.
Look at the clever way Elizabeth filled her glass canisters with Christmas candy and marshmallows! Love the marshmallow idea!
More large glass canisters, found at Target, hold snacks.
I may get in trouble for the next two photos but I just had to show you her pantry! I have a small pet peeve about using predictable doors on pantries.
So, I love that Elizabeth chose a red, clear glass door for her pantry.
A great opportunity to think outside the box.
I think this is such a great idea. Kitchen trash cans are NEVER big enough so why not use one that is?
The first time I saw this, I went right out and bought one for myself. Even though I can’t leave mine in our pantry (not enough room) I pull it out everytime we have a party. Love this idea.
Over time, my big metal trash can ended up on the back patio. I think I need to go buy a shiny new one and bring this idea back!
So many great, inspiring ideas for your home!
Don’t you just want to go paint something RED?
“For unto us a child is born…and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.”