When we bought the house we live in now, we did a lot of furniture shopping. In the past we had had a lot of mismatched flea market items and antiques that I loved, but it was time for a change. There wasn't any cohesiveness in our rooms, so we tried to find furniture that was vintage look, but actually had drawers that worked and table legs that were firmly attached...you know, functional furniture. Then we added in the vintage pieces and antiques to layer.
I fell in love with the design of this chair, and I knew I wanted white distressed furniture for the kitchen. The table has a leaf that enables us to seat eight for family dinners.
Most of my accessories are vintage, or have that look. I love English and French Country, and in the kitchen I use a little black to balance.
Marble pastry block.
I use my chintz teapot daily in the cooler months.
Dove tealight holders that I bought for Christmas one year have found a place to roost.
Thanks for joining me on my little "white" kitchen tour.
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