Sunday, June 27, 2010

Kitchen Tour

 Just a little peek at the kitchen/dining area. You can see this wall has changed a little from the header photo above.
The china hutch came from a garage sale, we refinished in red, with a white crackle overlay.
Roosters and enamel ware on top.

Inside is a gift from my step mom Rachel. My dad made the miniature rolling pin and lefse turner. The hand written lefse recipe is inside along with a photo of my Grandma Irene, and great Grandma Mary. The bottom photos show Leo, my Grandpa. The aprons are made from fabrics of my grandmothers and the little striped potholder is from g'pa's old Coke a cola shirt, he worked for them for many years!! Isn't it fabulous!

Lots of canned goods and herbs growing.

Old glass jars are a favorite of mine!

Copper cookie cutters and molds too.

Coffee station #1 and gadgets hung on a great rack from Ikea.

Long shot looking in.

The pantry door, usually covered in drawings and messages by my children's friends, I usually hide the chalk!

You can peek inside the pantry since I just straightened it.

Glad you stopped by!
check out more decor at Funky Junk Interiors.


sunshine said...

Thanks so much for the tour. I love your kitchen! It's so welcoming. :)
I really liked the idea with the cookie cutters! I have a friend that (if you can believe this) just threw out a whole bunch of those! I almost had kittens when she told me that!
Thanks again. I loved seeing everything!


Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

You have a great kitchen space. I love all the country, vintage elements. We have some of the same goodies hanging around our kitchens :)


Annesphamily said...

What a terrific kitchen you have! I am so glad I stopped by. I wa smeant to come by.

I wish you would join my postcard exchange. I was just telling a friend from Georgia I need to find a bloggy friend in North Dakota. Both Dakota's are lacking in my postcard exchange. God is good. He always sends us where we need to go!

Have a great week! Blessings to you and yours Anne

Kristen said...

What a great country kitchen you have. It looks so homey and inviting to both guests and the cook! That rhubarb bread posted next looks really tasty, too. I don't recall seeing rhubarb used that way before. It's one of those under-utilized fruits.

Funky Junk Interiors said...

Ohhhh, some really cool elements! That chalkboard is PERFECT right where it is. Couldn't have planned for a better space!


Ali@Honey and Maple Syrup said...

Your kitchen looks so warm and inviting!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What a great tour!

Happy 4th of July!

Kim said...

I like all of your collections, especially the rolling pins. The canned good-A+.

shelly @ the familyblt said...

I love your kitchen, looks so nice and welcoming! Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting! Happy 4th!

Suzy said...

Great kitchen. It's really a warm inviting looking space. I like the fact that you have a nice comfy chair in there. I keep food in recycled jars too. They make great storage especially if you buy things in bulk. Love your rolling pins.

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