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Styling Harvard 2015 Christmas Home Tour: Kitchen

Styling Harvard 2015 Christmas Home Tour British KitchenIt’s the last day of our Christmas Home Tour! Thank you so much for following along! Today, we are ending things in the kitchen. As you may know, our kitchen is neutral with British accents because I am a HUGE Anglophile. Last year I kept things very simple with a couple of wreaths and a mini tree. So simple, in fact, I didn’t even do a post on it. I wanted to add a little more to it this year so I started with the basics and hung wreaths on our basement and back doors.Styling Harvard 2015 Christmas Home Tour British Kitchen Once again, my little British car got a tree strapped to its roof. So cute!Styling Harvard Christmas Home Tour I took these mini wreaths I got last year at Dollar Tree and hung them on our glass front cabinets. I like the little pop it gives them and how it accentuates our red accents in the cupboards.Styling Harvard 2015 Christmas Home Tour British Kitchen I also framed this Christmas card we received a few years back from my cousin in England. It’s so cute and makes me feel like it really embodies what Christmas in the UK is. I went in September so I have no idea but in my imagination it looks something like this!Styling Harvard 2015 Christmas Home Tour British Kitchen For the tree, I wanted to create a grouping so I pulled out the lazy Susan and added my British phone booth and this free download. I’m obsessed with everything that Lucy at Craftberry Bush does. I love her style! Next to it I added my chalkboard easel from Target. I got mine last year but was happy to see they had them again this year. (Hint: don’t use cheap chalk pens on this as it will not come off, even with lots of water and scrubbing.)Styling Harvard 2015 Christmas Home Tour British Kitchen Styling Harvard 2015 Christmas Home Tour British KitchenWell, that’s the end of the tour with tree #8! I hope you enjoyed what I’ve created this year. I love how cozy the house feels when it’s all decked out. I always get a little sad when it has to come down for the year because the house looks so empty. As a reminder, follow @stylingharvard on Instagram to see pictures of some of the things that didn’t make the blog cut. There’s peaks of our bedroom and a little DIY project too!


xo, katie

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