Saturday, August 23, 2008

A PINK CHINA HUTCH




This china hutch is just off the kitchen in our Victorian House in Eufaula. I guess it would be the butler's pantry. Dave calls it the LD for little dining room. It is all about the paint isn't it?
More pictures to follow of the restoration of "One Shabby Old House."
Enjoy your Pink Saturday.
Becky

28 comments:

Jan and Tom's Place said...

You're right...it's all about color and you certainly picked right! Love your LD!

Your kitchen is looking less scarey all the time!

~Blessings,
Jan

Melissa Wertz said...

Pretty pretty and beautiful dishes!

Joy said...

Gorgeous display!

Greyscale Territory said...

What a wonderful olde worlde atmosphere! That cabinet fairly glows with precious mystery! Love the display!

ellen b. said...

Oh I would love a cabinet like that to display all my pretties in! The dishes look fabulous in this great cabinet. Enjoy...

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

What a lovely blog! Thank you for visiting mine and leaving a sweet comment yesterday.

I love the name of your blog! I love-love-love old lace (I use it in my artwork whenever I can)... and I also used to tie flies for my Dad when I was a kid! He still has my two vices stored away -- perhaps I should get my kids to carry on the tradition! =)

Jeanne said...

Love your china cabinet with the beautiful dishes. You are showing pink today and I love it. I like your husbands take on the room. smile

Thank you for your sweet comments about my upcoming surgery. I appreciate it so much.

Hugs, Jeanne

Deborah said...

OH, OH, OH! I want everything in that gorgeous cabinet! Love the dishes, the goblets, everything!

Happy Pink Saturday to you,
Hugs,
Deborah

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

THat is just gorgeous!!! The way you painted it and what you have inside....fabulous! I looked at your tite lace and lures? and after I read your profile, I understand completely! Love the name, so fitting. I will check back often as I LOVE your blog. Will put you on my sidebar.

Virginia said...

Wow! Love your cabinet with all your pretty dishes.
Blessings, Virginia

Beverly said...

Welcome to your first Pink Saturday, Becky.

The cabinet is wonderful - such great storage. And, your dishes and glassware look so pretty displayed in it.

Good luck on the house. You are doing a wonderful job.

silvia kruchowski said...

You´re right! Paint changes all!!

Happy Pink Saturday!
Besitos from Argentina!
Silvia

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Becky!

Happy Pink Saturday! What a sweet pink post you have today! I love all your pretties in your hutch! Great job on the redo in your kitchen!

And....I LOVE your RV! Just as cute as it can get! Looks like you have a dear of a husband letting you bring out the girly side of you where ever you "travel"! I have a sweet hubby to! How blessed we are!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Lochlanina said...

Happy Pink Saturday. I've seen scarier kitchens -- yours is looking good.

Anne Fannie said...

What pretty dishes in a cute old cabinet!

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

I love all that china, and that hutch, wowee kazowweeee. Love it. I enjoyed looking at your kitchen pictures. Your family looks precious...I love my boys too!
Blessings, Debbie
And my daughter...what was I thinking?

Somewhere In Time- Christie (yardsalequeen) said...

Hey Becky! I am so glad you stopped by for a visit, because I love your blog and will be back soon for a full tour! Oh, excuse my manner's I got carried away...Happy Pink Saturday! Girl, I love this china hutch and all of the pretties inside. You are a girl after my own heart. I will be back again soon. Have a great weekend!

xoxo,
Queenie!

Marina Capano said...

Hi! so cute

have a nice pink weekend!

vist me anytime....

xoxo

Patricia said...

The dishes are just beautiful and the cabinets are lovely. Your kitchen is wonderful. Happy Pink Saturday !!!

Susan Hickam said...

Is that in Oklahoma? I think my grandmother grace was born there. Your kitchen is coming right along-the potential is very obvious. love the chin hutch.

Cori G. said...

Aaaahhhh! I love all your pink dishes and I'd leave the pantry the beautiful shades they are.

Dawn said...

THe new color is beautiful and perfect for your dishes. Oh, I would love something that big to put my things in!

take care,
Dawn

Cori G. said...

Hi Becky,
Thanks for the sweet comments you posted on my blog this morning. I was very blessed by them. You had asked about the book Today, Lord, I Will that I've posted devotions out of...I bought it 24 years ago when I first gave my life to the Lord and found it sitting on a clearance table for $1.98. I'm not sure if it's in publication anymore, but the author was Al Bryant, publisher: Word Inc. and the ISBN #: 0-8499-0321-1. I hope you're able to find it as it's a wonderful thought provoking devotional. I've never found one I llike better and just keep going back to this one.
I hope you have a wonderfully blessed day.
XO Cori

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Hi Becky, I don't think we have met. I am a little late for Pink Saturday but happy to be here. I loved your pink post. It's so pretty. And I have to show my DH your blog. I am all about lace and he is all about lures. :) Lynn

Suzie Button said...

Beautiful hutch filled with the shabby look I adore! Your victorian one day bed and breakfast is so wonderful! Lucky woman you are! Happy Pink weekend to you!

Mo..."Mo's Cottage" said...

I love, love, love your hutch and alll that is in it....Fabulous.
Hugs,
Mo:-)

Margie said...

Your china is beautiful. I'm really liking your kitchen, it's really starting to look beautiful. That huge china cabinet is gorgeous! Old houses definitely have some good surprises and some bad surprises! (our house is around 100 yrs old, so I speak from experience!)

Nikki via The Scarlett Rose Garden said...

I could just stair at these pics all day!!