Tuesday, 11 February 2014

 Thank you for your kind comments.  We had a superb evening.  Lost in another world for a couple of hours.  I quite honestly found it really difficult to contain my emotions watching the ballet, it was so very beautiful.
Anyway, I have popped a few photos taken today of our revamped kitchen.   We bought a cupboard and shelf unit from a wonderful shop in Shrewsbury, Shropshire ... Rustic & White and I had promised to send the shop a couple of pics, so I thought I would post them here too.
Cupboard and shelf, all pretty worn and tatty, but it's how I like them.
 A metal cupboard, French I think, which we keep spices in.
 My old faithful dresser, which we have had longer than I care to remember.   Full of chipped china and oddments.
 These canisters were a gift from my Sis...love 'em.   Rachel Barker plate.
 More Rachel Barker plates.
Some of my Prinknash jug collection.
Thank you again for stopping by and for all your kind comments. x


Gina said...

How I would love to see that ballet, it sounds wonderful. Your shabby chic kitchen is beautiful.

Mrs Bertimus said...

Whata. Beautiful kitchen.
Sigh x

pearshapedcrafting said...

So glad you enjoyed your night! I now have serious kitchen envy - would love a kitchen like yours but ours is erm......compact! Chris

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

Getting quite Primmy there Viv.
Its a lovely cupboard.
I'm glad you enjoyed the show but then did you ever doubt you wouldn't...
Susan x

sharon young said...

What a fabulous kitchen Viv, I have a cupboard in our flat, so no chance there, but my summerhouse is receiving quite a few shabby chic pieces. Lots of gorgeous ideas here, thank you for sharing.

Linda Metcalf said...

That blue and white platter is to die for! All so pretty!

meeni said...

Well done to your daughter working on Swan Lake. I do like Matthew Bourne's interpretation, first saw it mmm a few years ago when I was a dance student. Your revamped kitchen is looking pretty fine, love your collections.

Madeline x

Sharmon Davidson said...

I think I would have a good time exploring all the lovely works of art in your kitchen!