Oh hey! You’re here for the Christmas party right?
Great! Come on in 🙂
Earlier this week I shared my holiday home decor, we’ll call that part 1. So today, I’m sharing part 2. This is more of what you would see if you stopped by my home for a party, my dining area and I even have a fun hot cocoa bar set up for us. Want to come in?
Great! This post is full of photos so I won’t bore you with my ramblings, we’ll just dive in.
The first thing you’ll notice is that my rustic shelves have been giving some Christmas cheer.
Below the shelves we have a little cart that houses some kitchen essentials but I love decorating this area for the seasons.
As you can see, one of my favorite quick and easy ways to decorate for the holidays is by using ornaments…everywhere!It’s really fun to incorporate Christmas decorations into your every day kitchen decor.
And since you are here for a Christmas party, I’ve set my table just for you.
I love those faux grain sack dish towels from Ikea. I used them as napkins here. They are so inexpensive and really pretty.
I told you how I love decorating with ornaments.
Now that we’re done dining, come over and check out the hot cocoa bar I’ve set up for us!
One of my favorite things about the cooler months is warm drinks! Hot cocoa to be exact.
I set up this little hot cocoa bar very easily, by just laying out some kraft paper and using a sharpie marker to write on it. I think it’s really fun.
It takes minimal effort but the overall look is really cute.
Thanks so so much for coming by today! I hope you had a great time at the Christmas party. The fun doesn’t stop there though, there are a few more houses to check out tonight!
This is part of the Christmas Party Tour of Homes that is taking place all this week- 24 bloggers are sharing their Christmas homes over 4 days…
Here is a peek at of all the tours…
Tuesday, December 3rd
Wednesday, December 4th
5) Molly from The Poor Sophisticate 6)Tanya from Twelve O Eight
Thursday, December 5th
5) Amber from Averie Lane 6) Sarah from Life on Virginia Street
Friday, December 6th
And don’t forget to click over and see part 1 of my holiday home!