Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Kitchen Table Tops

When I was back at 1515 a few weeks ago, I was able to redo the table tops in the kitchen.
I originally wanted a Hoosier type cabinet in here, but now am happy with my cabinets that line the one wall.
The one on the left Mr. surprised me with and we painted it and added a new door handle, the next one is the radio cabinet I found to hold cookbooks and lastly my Grandma's enamel top table that had been hiding out in my basement.
Love the enamel top tables with the black trim and they both are in excellent shape.

Love how this table top turned out. My primary color Pyrex refrigerator dishes ready for use.

 So happy with the red and white towel I found on a recent outing and the scoop with the red tip handle.

What says vintage kitchen more than a set of primary color Pyrex bowls, and some milk glass chickens. The other Pyrex is Friendship.
Would you like a straw with that coca cola?
The runner is a towel that I found for $2.99 and just happens to have all the primary colors in it!

Red White Yellow

Found a new little chick to add to the bunch with my rooster

And...the vintage table cloth cousins Maddie and Bryan left for me last year while visiting just makes it all come together.

Joining Marty for Table Top Tuesday


with Sue at A Very Cherry World



NanaDiana said...

I just love looking at this place. It reminds me of stepping back in time to my Auntie's house. What fun. I just picked up one of those big yellow pyrex bowls. I remember my mother having a set of them but could not remember the colors of the other bowls. Love all that you have done here, Ann! Blessings- Diana

Mecky said...

Your kitchen is so cute.
You are right. Nothing says vintage more than a set of the pyrex mixing bowls.

Sunny Simple Life said...

I am dying this room is so perfect. It is just darling. I love the colors and the vintage feel. Just perfect!!

Sally@threeblondeboyz said...

Stunning colors, the room looks so alive and I love the floor too. Everything has come together so beautifully, Sally xx

DearHelenHartman said...

What a sweet, cheerful kitchen! And I love that tablecloth (my secret weakness)

Cindy said...

I adore your kitchen!

Olive said...

Love the enamel top tables and all your pyrex.

Rose H (UK) said...

What a wonderful vintage kitchen you have Ann :o)
Rose H

Tete said...

You've got it looking really good in there. I can't imagine have any other cabinet in there besides what you have. Looks great!

Anita at Cedar Hill said...

I love your vintage breakfast room. It just made me smile to see all of those comfortable things.

Jill said...

What a sweet kitchen! I forgotmwhat mine even looks like - kitchen renovations are no fun!

GardenOfDaisies said...

What a wonderful vintage kitchen!! I love all your pyrex refrigerator dishes and the nesting chickens!

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

What an adorable kitchen! I love enamel-topped cabinets, and all the colors in here are so cheerful.

Mecky said...

Thank you for stopping by and becoming a follower. You are right. It does look like we like the same things!!

★Carol★ said...

Oh Ann, I could spend all day in your kitchen! It's got all of the things that I love so much, and you put it all together so beautifully. When we moved into our house, there was one of those little enamel top cabinets down there. I SO wish there was room in our kitchen for it!
Happy REDnesday,

craftyles said...

This is my dream kitchen. I love the enamel top cabinet, the linens the little shelf over the stove and the Pyrex-I could go on and on. Love it!

Anonymous said...

Fun stuff ya got there, girl! I'm trying to figure this out... 515 is your vacation home? guess i need to read some past posts. :) whatever it is, it sure is nice. ♥

LV said...

You have a nice assortment of kitchen things and are using them very well.

Terri said...

OH my what a room! It is so very nostalgic it makes me want to put on a 1950s dress and bake some cupcakes!
Every detail is perfect in this room.
You have done a beautiful job.

Unknown said...

Oh Ann,
How delightful! i would love to have a kitchen that looks just like this! It would be so much fun to live in. I so love it!!!!
Lucky you!

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Your kitchen is so darn cute. I love all of your vintage items. I have a new set of the pyrex stackers. I need to pull them out and display them. This whole room just says 'fun'! I have a new link party and would love if you would share this. "Share Your Cup Thursday".

Candy said...

Lovin your vintage kitchen. It's sooo very cheerful. Oh, and your header with the watering can lining the side of the little shed....that's just like something I'd do. Sooo, since Im enjoying your blog so much, Im your newest follower. Please come visit me at PICKINandPAINTIN.blogspot.com and hopefully you'll decide to follow back??? THANKS. 8-)

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

I love love your cute little kitchen area!! I love all the vintage. ps. your doggie is gorgeous too! :) xo Holly

Lily said...

What a sweet, cheerful kitchen! And I love that tablecloth!

Lily @ http://tabletopfridges.net

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