Sunday, December 27, 2009

in the kitchen


Just a little kitchen tour to go along with Rhonda's "You, Me and the Kitchen Sink" series.
Rhonda was kind enough to include me ~ thank you so much!!
Please check out all the beautiful kitchens over at












56 comments:

  1. Loved your kitchen it makes you want to get in there and bake. So much bigger than mine.

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  2. I enjoyed your kitchen over there and love seeing more pictures here. Seeing yours always gives me ideas for mine.

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  3. Deb, your kitchen is beautiful & so full of charm. Thanks for sharing even more pictures! :)

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  4. Hi Deb, I saw your kitchen over at Rhonda's and had to come here for a total nosey! Stunning!

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  5. I enjoyed seeing your kitchen again - I remember when you redid it and it was such an inspiration then. And again now! Thanks for sharing it with us. Your dishes and accessories are wonderful but I like your handmade things best. You have a nice decorating touch and it always makes me smile! ~Adrienne~

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  6. Deb ~

    love love love your kitchen!
    mkes me smile!

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  7. What lovely photos of a charming kitchen. Looks like pages from a magazine.
    Brenda

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  8. Your kitchen is WoNDerFul! Looks so real and inviting. Love the apron sink! I've been lurking your blog for a while. I bet I knitted about 15 of your waffle dishcloths for Christmas gifts...how in the WORLD do you sell those for so little $!?

    Beautiful blog.

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  9. Saw it over at Rhonda's! So cozy and personable!

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  10. Love this kitchen! The combination of the new mixed with old elements, vintage, antiques and handmade pieces really creates a cozy creative environment for cooking and just hanging out. Thanks for sharing your labor of love.

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  11. What a great idea to include more photos here so we can see your sink in context. I LOVE your kitchen!

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  12. I love every bit of it. I could very happily move right in!
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful kitchen.

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  13. I love your kitchen, always have (from seeing pictures) - and especially now from reading how you "salvaged" AND refurbished so much of it to "new usage". That is so cool!!


    I have a question, for you and I can't remember if I have ever asked you this before - so sorry if I have. I also have a porcelin kitchen sink... How or what product do you find to use to keep it SO WHITE? I have never had one before...so this is new to me...I feel mine is so stained from years of (??) and, I've tried bleach, Bar Keeper's friend, etc... still, it feels so dingy. Can you help? or suggest any thing? Anyone??

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  14. I just love your kitchen. Clarice

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  15. Your kitchen is so sweet! I have many idea's thanks to you.

    Happy New Year!

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  16. I always love to see photos of your kitchen -- it's my idea of the perfect country kitchen!

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  17. Love your kitchen so homely and inviting. In fact I loved reading your blog very much and will bookmark it to return. :o)

    Peg x

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  18. You have a beautiful kitchen...it must be a lovely place to bake and cook!

    Blessings!
    ~Nadine

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  19. Ahhh so lovely and clutter free, Cosy and Charming. I love it!

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  21. You have such a beautiful, country kitchen! So full of personality and charm...I bet you feel totally at home in it!!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  22. What a cosy kitchen. Thanks for letting us take a look. xx

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  23. What a homey kitchen! It is very warm and lovely. I am envious of the darling spice jars! What pretty treasures!

    Take care,

    matty

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  24. Love your kitchen, it is so country and cozy which is what I gravitate towards. I am going to use some of your ideas when we redo my kitchen!
    Ditto on the question Bevy asks.. I too have a enamel sink and wonder how to get stains out of it?

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  25. Gosh, loooove every picture and all the things in it! what a warm and lovely kitchen!!

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  26. Crrrrazy about your kitchen! What a cheery and happy space...

    Warm blessings,
    Spencer

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  27. Your kitchen is a true reflection of your creativity and talent.

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  28. I love your kitchen!!! It has such character! :) Love, love your floors and sink too! :) Happy New Year Deb! :)

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  29. So, do you ever miss having 2 sinks? I'll be re-doing a bad kitchen in the future and i really like your sink, but I'm afraid I'd want two bowls maybe just because I'm used to it...

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  30. Oh MY Gosh! Love that tea cozy! I made tea cozies for everyone for Christmas this year, all copies of one seen on the blog Eyes of Wonder, which happens to have been made by Jenny at Little Jenny Wren. Getting tired of that one now though, and need something new to tackle (along with the new washcloth pattern you recently shared). Would you mind sharing that tea cozy pattern as well?

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  31. You have a beautiful kitchen!

    I wanted to let you know I knitted your dishcloths for Christmas gifts ... Photos are on my blog, if you'd like to see ... Thanks for the inspiration and the pattern!

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! God bless!!

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  32. such a cozy kitchen! love your blog! and I love love the robin's egg blue background! i am a brand new blogger and blogs like yours are such an inspiration!

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  33. Gosh, I dream of a kitchen like that! have a wonderful new year and thank you for all your blog posts as they are so inspiring.

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  34. I love white cabinets in a kitchen. It's why I bought my house! :) Love the way you've put yours together.

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  35. Oh, I just love your kitchen! Can I borrow it?! :)

    It's so much like my dream kitchen - love the white cabinets; but mostly love how you've combined modern with vintage. Beautiful!

    I just found your blog this year, and enjoy it so much. I tried your waffle-knit dish cloth; and it's now my favorite dish cloth pattern. Thank you!

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  36. Beautiful kitchen! I get so many great ideas from reading your blog.

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  37. Beautiful !
    Wishing you a Blessed New Year
    Cindy

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  38. That was fun! So fresh and crisp and usable!

    Jody

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  39. Deb, I really enjoyed your kitchen tour. What a wonderful place to create culinary delights.

    God bless.

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  40. Love your kitchen. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
    I wanted to thank you for your generous pattern you share on your sidebar for knitted dishcloths. I don't knit, I crochet. My daughter knits though. I received the best homemade gift from her this year. A set of dishcloths with the pattern you posted. I was so excited. Thanks again.

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  41. I LOVE your kitchen!! I don't know what I love best about it... maybe the vintage dishes. It is very warm and inviting. I just want to sit down at the bar with a cup of tea and chat with you!!

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  42. such a great looking kitchen...
    Thanks for sharing it with us....

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  43. Beautiful !
    Wishing you a Blessed New Year
    Cindy

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  44. Oh, I just love your kitchen! Can I borrow it?! :)

    It's so much like my dream kitchen - love the white cabinets; but mostly love how you've combined modern with vintage. Beautiful!

    I just found your blog this year, and enjoy it so much. I tried your waffle-knit dish cloth; and it's now my favorite dish cloth pattern. Thank you!

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  45. such a cozy kitchen! love your blog! and I love love the robin's egg blue background! i am a brand new blogger and blogs like yours are such an inspiration!

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  46. So, do you ever miss having 2 sinks? I'll be re-doing a bad kitchen in the future and i really like your sink, but I'm afraid I'd want two bowls maybe just because I'm used to it...

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  47. Ahhh so lovely and clutter free, Cosy and Charming. I love it!

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  48. Love your kitchen so homely and inviting. In fact I loved reading your blog very much and will bookmark it to return. :o)

    Peg x

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  49. I always love to see photos of your kitchen -- it's my idea of the perfect country kitchen!

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  50. I love your kitchen, always have (from seeing pictures) - and especially now from reading how you "salvaged" AND refurbished so much of it to "new usage". That is so cool!!


    I have a question, for you and I can't remember if I have ever asked you this before - so sorry if I have. I also have a porcelin kitchen sink... How or what product do you find to use to keep it SO WHITE? I have never had one before...so this is new to me...I feel mine is so stained from years of (??) and, I've tried bleach, Bar Keeper's friend, etc... still, it feels so dingy. Can you help? or suggest any thing? Anyone??

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  51. Saw it over at Rhonda's! So cozy and personable!

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  52. Your kitchen is WoNDerFul! Looks so real and inviting. Love the apron sink! I've been lurking your blog for a while. I bet I knitted about 15 of your waffle dishcloths for Christmas gifts...how in the WORLD do you sell those for so little $!?

    Beautiful blog.

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  53. Deb ~

    love love love your kitchen!
    mkes me smile!

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  54. Hi Deb, I saw your kitchen over at Rhonda's and had to come here for a total nosey! Stunning!

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