Good morning and Happy February!!!!!! I shared how I did the breakfast room for Winter last week so I thought I should share the kitchen too. It seems SO bare after the color and glitz of Christmas but I am enjoying it and think the house needed a breather:) I am NOT a minimalist by any stretch but this is nice. I started collecting pottery back in the 70's. I have gotten rid of some but keep a lot as it brings back fun memories and is worth ALOT more than what I paid for it all those years ago. We start at the buffet area. On my vintage scale I placed a pottery tea pot.
It is the center of this vignette. A pottery vase holds some faux greens and a small lidded pot.
On the other side the matching pot, a round basket, another lidded pot and a faux fern. Did you notice the pottery switch plate? I have several of them and still LOVE them!
In the center a candle with a glass topper featuring pinecones. I love burning candles and making the house smell so good!
More pottery sits above the cabinets all the time.
On the fridge is a wire basket with green apples, a twig sphere and an arrangement of faux succulents. Lots of texture in the kitchen and breakfast room for winter!
Some copper pieces, a pottery lidded jar and a watering can over here by the sink.
This iron lamp with the rattan shade and a pottery basket holds a faux cactus and a fern. Also my pottery ring holder sits here by the sink.
I made this arrangement years ago with a variety of faux grasses. A sweet primrose sits in the center.
A pottery piece acts as my utensil holder.
To the left of the stove is another candle and a faux topiary in an iron holder.
I thought I would share these pictures with you. They are always on the side of my fridge. The 2 little girls are me and my sister. I am the older one:)
The glare is bad so I put them down on the counter. A few years ago when my sister was visiting we recreated the 2 pictures;):)
And I will finish with this shot I took on Mon. We had 3 short BURSTS of snow, then the sun would come out and then it would start again. It was like being in our own snow globe!