Imagine Making Christmas Cookies in these Kitchens!!!

I love holiday baking, but I have a tiny kitchen with lime green countertops...  you can barely even turn around in it.  I still manage to churn out about 200 Christmas cookies every year.  Can you IMAGINE how many cookies I could make if I had the privilege of baking in some of these kitchens? (all Atlanta Real Estate Listings from Beacham & Company)  

Christmas House Kitchen This fantastic kitchen is from the Atlanta Holiday House 2009 (read post here). Listing by Troy Stowe.

There is so much work space here! I also like the two islands so I could have several work stations going....

Kitchen 3 This kitchen is from the Atlanta Holiday House 2010. Designed by Harrison Design Associates. Built by Steven West Custom Homes.Listing by Troy Stowe.

This is a similar set-up. If I had kids, I would have them all sit around at the island and be testers!!! It would also keep them out of my work space... One of these days maybe!

While both of these kitchens are obviously gorgeous, I could also see myself cooking in some other kitchens...

KitchenSee the post about this listing here. Architect: Historical Concepts.Listing by Glennis Beacham.

This kitchen is so warm! I love the butcher block top on the island. The double ovens would be very helpful for cooking huge batches of cookies... and then I could fit all of my mixing bowls right there into that beautiful farm sink! And then that rustic hood would be useful if I burnt a batch (I get distracted, so it happens!)


Kitchen (1)See the post about this listing here. Designed by Harrison Design Associates. Kitchen Design by Design Galleria.Listing by Glennis Beacham.


This is one of my favorite kitchens! I love it because it opens to the family room, so you could bake but still watch your family hanging out. I also like the two sinks. I am VERY messy when I bake.

Kitchen2Read the post about this home here. Listing by Janey Lowe.

This is a true family kitchen. I love all the counter space, the warming drawer, and the abundance of natural light. Also, see the mixer sitting right there on the counter? I have that same mixer! See, it was meant to be! Mine is even white :)

Kitchen and breakfastBuilt by YM Derazi.Listing by Nan Haverty.

A kitchen after my own heart! I love the grey subway tile and the wide plank floors. The "legs" of the island are very cool! I am just noticing those for the first time! What a great modern touch. Also, if you look at the range you can see that there are drawers under it rather than ovens. I like this because it offers great storage right under the range! No more walking around with flour on my hands looking for another cookie sheet!

Kitchen and Family Room

Home designed by Spitzmiller & Norris.Listing by Glennis Beacham.

I ALMOST have no words to describe my love for this kitchen! (yea right, when has that ever happened!) Two huge islands?? Am I dreaming? Look at the refrigerator! Eggs, milk, butter, oh my! Give me a minute to compose myself....

9 P KitchenListing by Sally George.

How cute is this?? I love the red island! That backsplash is also fantastic. I like the type of double ovens where one is big and the other is a little smaller. The smaller one heats up quickly and is perfect for smaller batches of cookies :) Also, I wanted to point out that sink. The cookie sheets would fit right in there! I don't clean the sheets myself... that's Matthew's job for getting to eat them all... but I am sure he would enjoy that feature.

What do you guys think about these kitchens? Aren't they wonderful?

If you think of me over the weekend, imagine me standing in my tiny kitchen, wearing an orange apron, surrounded by green counter tops covered in flour, with butter in my hair and milk on my shoes... with a HUGE smile on my face.

Merry Christmas my friends!

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