Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Some pictures of my kitchen

I had mentioned that my kitchen is decorated with gingerbread and some 1940's kitchen things. I've had a few people request that I share some pictures so here they are. The bakers rack is where the majority of my gingerbread people are displayed.

One of my favorite 1940's piece is my green bread box from England. I searched high and low for it and when I found it on eBay, I snatched it up quick! It was shipped to me straight from England.
I love antique ball mason jars as well. I am very picky about size and condition. I will only buy jars that have the original zinc lid with the milk glass still attached. I have been using my mason jars as canisters for several years now. I don't recommend it if you are not one to bake. They do not keep the food fresh over long periods of time. I cook and bake a lot so the food in these jars is never there very long. Ü
This green table was given to me by a friend. I'm not sure how old it is but it seems to match OK and I love it!


Danielle said...

I love it all!! I only have two mason jars with zinc lids... some of my favorite items:-) And the bread box... ahhhhhh, it's perfect!!! I adore it all!!

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I love your collection!

Holly said...

Oh, I love your Gingers! I'll have to tell my friend, Noelle. The banner is so sweet!

Cool table, too! What a nice gift.

~ Hearts ~

*Noelle* said...

Hi! My friend Holly told me about your kitchen:) I collect gingerbreads as well and have quite a bit in my kitchen. Feel free to look back through my Dec. posts to see them:)


Sherrie said...

Oh...I like it! I like that it looks "antiquish" yet modern, too. Thanks for visiting my blog and for following! I'm following you now! :) Happy weekend to you!