Sunday, April 21, 2013

The Kitchen Blues

More blue and white
I filled the  chicken feeder dish rack with a 
mix of extra blue and white plates.
 An inverted clay pot on a saucer
is my kitchen string dispenser.
Sugar & Flour in 
my thrifted picnic basket.
 A white spray painted caddy holds oils,
vinegar, and a few thrifted crocheted
pot holders. A ceramic tea pot spoon
 rest sits next to the stove.
There are only a few brownies left!
Time to bake another batch.
The picket fence tote holds breadboards
 on the end of the island.
 The Longaberger basket tray is used to
carry food and beverages out to the patio.
Tiled tray from HomeGoods years ago.
The batter bowl gets used most days
 for either pancakes or brownies.
What's for dinner?
~ Turkey Meatballs ~



  1. You have a beautiful collection of blue and white. Loving the blue and white tray too. Yes Rita May, you need to make more brownies, lol..
    I've been baking with my g'girls and having fun. Thanks for sharing your lovely kitchen. Have a good week.

  2. Love all the blue and white and what a great idea for a string dispenser. I just took photos of all my transferware today and will be writing up the post this week. I just love them.

  3. There seems to be an abundance of blue and white transferware. That's why I also collect it.
    Love your blues!!

  4. Nothing prettier than a house full of transferware. We have red and white but the feeling is the same. :)

  5. Your kitchen is beautiful....I love the touches of blue and white...Great job!

  6. I love the tiled tray, well I love the other things, but the tray is wonderful.

  7. Rita loving the "blues" in the kitchen.
    Saw this at Creative Cain Cabin.
    Your photo's are amazing.Love your kitchen.
    Jo @ LoblollyLane

  8. All so pretty:) I love the chicken feeder as the dish rack. Thanks for sharing at the Cabin:)

  9. I LOOOOVE all of your blue and white! That chicken feeder is my favorite thing. Everything looks so pretty. XO, Pinky

  10. As always, love your kitchen! I am definitely going to do the clay pot and saucer kitchen string dispenser -- brilliant!

  11. So many cute things in your beautiful kitchen! You can never have too much blue and white I always say (and to quote my sister Jeannie).

    We have joined your lovely blog and would love it if you would join us too.

    Linda at The French Hens Nest

  12. I have a love for blue and white china, too. I love yours and it's nice to see a bit of your china cabinets in the background. A chicken feeder dish rack...clever. Deb