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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Fall Kitchen Cabinets

A little Autumnizing has begun. 
First on the list was to change out the 
red checked back of the kitchen cabinet.
 I used a roll of brown wrapping paper. 
I cut and attached it as I have in the previous
cabinet posts. If you missed that click here.
 I exchanged the blue and white dishes 
for my 'Fall' china.
Evesham by Royal Worcestershire.
The cups two sides have different fruit, so I
hung 6 to show one side and 6 the other.
I found the Pumpkin tea pot thrifting.
 I exchanged the Longaberger
Cornflower Blue casseroles and
serving pieces for the Ivory.
 I added amber goblets and
3 salt and pepper sets.
 I made the FALL blocks last year,
click here to see.
 Vintage walnut and squirrel salt & pepper.
 Pumpkin salt & pepper set and a
thrift store pumpkin canister.
Apple & pear salt & pepper set
More Autumnizing this week.

Cheers!

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Makes me want to get my rear in gear :-)
    Janet

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  2. This is a great idea for decorating the kitchen. I love the walnut and squirrel shakers and the FALL blocks. Looking forward to nest week! :)

    Have a great week.

    Cassandra from Renaissance Women

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  3. I love the way you change your cupboard for the seasons - Autumn's a stunner!
    Rose H
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  4. Love how you change seasons in your cabinets, and have been inspired by you. Love the idea of brown wrapping paper. GW has a set of Evesham by Royal Worcestershire last week and I didnt' buy, now wondering why? Lovely! Thanks for sharing your inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

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  5. Hi Rita! I found your blog on Rhoda's Southern Hospitality blog.
    Seeing your Fall display is like deja vu all over again.
    You see I too have Royal Worcester's Evesham Gold (love it!). I have to admit that mine are still packed up and I haven't got them out yet.
    But then, I saw your little nut-and-squirrel salt and pepper shakers. I just thrifted a candy dish that looks just like them. Look at my post: http://www.wendysbees.blogspot.com/2012/09/how-do-you-like-them-apples.html
    We must be kindred spirits!

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  6. It looks great and I love the walnut S&P's-cute:@)

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  7. The brown craft paper comes in so handy, doesn't it? I love all your pretty dishes!

    I remember the Fall blocks from last year! I am living in an RV for over 3 weeks out of every month so I'm not 'home' much these days. I have done fall crafts with my grandkids since they were tiny and I plan to do Fall blocks with them on my visit home next month!

    I'm also saving wine corks to make the bulletin board you showed not long ago!

    I've said it before but I'll say it again - you have the BEST ideas!!

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  8. Looks wonderful! A great ideal changing the paper and those are beautiful dishes.
    Sandy

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  9. wonderful autumn cabinet! So many precious details, like the walnut and squirrel salt and peppers.

    Thanks for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  10. I see I'm not the only one charmed by those walnut & squirrel salt and pepper shakers. They're absolutely adorable.

    Also, I'm thoroughly enjoying living vicariously through you. Having gone through a *major* decluttering/paring down in my own life, it's such a delight reading your blog and seeing the creative ways you use your items.

    Your blue and white tablescapes are particular favorites, my everyday dishes being Burleigh's Blue Calico.

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  11. It looks so pretty, Rita. So clever to switch out the paper covering the back wall!

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  12. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful Cheap Kitchen Cabinets design. I want to have this one soon but I think I need to saved my money so that I can have that one. Well I will share it to my friends so that they can also inspired to your kitchen.

    Cheap Kitchen Cabinets

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