|You may remember that I packed up all the cupcake decor in the kitchen and started a new theme....Rose Garden Kitchen|
I wanted to show you some more of the progress that we are making on the mini redo!
|Our daughter bought me this stained glass window a few years ago for Christmas....what a treasure!|
|We moved the "strainer" light from the end of the counter and hung it to the right of the hoosier.|
|I have some vintage linens hung on the ladder....I will hang bundles of roses on the ladder to dry when they bloom this summer.|
|The white ceramic cats were relocated from the family room to the kitchen.|
|I have been shopping the house to do my mini redo......nothing is new so far!|
|Here you can see the long table in front of the window that we moved out...and you can see where the hanging strainer light was hung before (at the end of the kitchen counter).|
I just adore your rose kitchen, it is simply dreamy! The little roses on the cabinet doors are so sweet :)ReplyDelete
Hi Penny, Your kitchen is adorable . . . it is so girlie and pretty. My poor husband would be like a bull in a china cabinet if I did that to our kitchen, so I'll just come by and admire yours.ReplyDelete
Come over and help me celebrate my second year blogging anniversary :)
Your blogging sister, Connie :)
You know how much I love roses - so your kitchen is looking terrific. I really like your hoosier cabinet. The stained glass window is stunning and what a great present. I like where you have it.ReplyDelete
I love that old ladder, Penny. Your kitchen is just like you- sweet, girlie and pretty- xo DianaReplyDelete
I do believe this is the most beautiful kitchen I have ever seen. Can't wait to see more!ReplyDelete
I am in love with that stained glass window! If you lived closer I would try to smuggle it away! Lovely kitchen.ReplyDelete
Adoro la tua cucina con le rose e il romantico!Sei bravissima!Ma come fai a cambiare tutto,serve tempo e fatica!Ti ammiro!Hai il mio gusto!RosettaReplyDelete
How pretty it all isReplyDelete
I adore the stained glass lady and I see those wonderful ceramic cats are back.......Love!ReplyDelete
Lovely kitchen, Todo precioso, I love it all, xxReplyDelete
Super romántica esa cocina!!!ReplyDelete
The stained glass window is gorgeous. Your kitchen is absolutely romantic.ReplyDelete
Penny, it is so calming and peaceful-today I was feeling somewhat blah and I went on your blog and instantly my spirits rose, reminds me of a kinder, gentler time-thank you for taking the time to do this. KayReplyDelete
It is so neat to watch your progress..I am loving every minute of it and can't wait until evening when I can sit down to see what's happened while I was away! Penny, I am on an adventure with you. What fun!!!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year! Love the kitchen! <3ReplyDelete
Hi Penny. Your kitchen is dreamy. Very romantic, indeed. I'd love it if you'd share it at Every Room In The House, my new monthly blog party at A Joyful Cottage. We party at a different room every month, and this month is The Kitchen. Here's the link: http://www.ajoyfulcottage.com/2014/01/every-room-in-house-party-1.htmlReplyDelete
I hope you'll inspire us with your pretty kitchen. xx ~ Nancy
Penny!! OMG!! That stained glass piece is to die for and you know that that is so my style!! Drop dead gorgeous!!! Love the new arrangement in this corner. It looks like you have more room.... I so envy that you can change pieces up and put things in storage and bring them back out and use them at a later date. Love the new theme. looks stunning!ReplyDelete
Have you been shopping any after Christmas sales? i have been going a bit crazy with that but there seems to be a lot that I like this year out there. I think it is also my therapy since I had been feeling so down in the dumps that past few weeks......
Very pretty, Penny, and I can almost smell the sweet scent of pink roses. Happy Pink Saturday.♥ReplyDelete
So pretty! Did you make the gorgeous table skirt?ReplyDelete
Happy Pink Saturday!
Looks like a magical place to cook. Thanks for sharing at the Let's Get Social Sunday monthly link party.ReplyDelete
So, so pretty! You have a lovely touch!ReplyDelete
I'd like to invite you to a new link party, called Happy Tuesday. We're sharing anything that makes us happy - we want to spread good vibes and positivity throughout blogland. You can find out more info at the link below. I hope you'll come and join us!
So pretty. Love those white kitties! Thanks so much for being a part of AMAZE ME MONDAY! Happy New Year...ReplyDelete
Penny you my friend are the Rose among thorns! Enjoy your Rose filled kitchen, it is just lovely!ReplyDelete
Very pretty, but I love the cup cake theme too!ReplyDelete
Great to have you celebrate the New Year with Seasonal Sundays.
- The Tablescaper
Penny - this kitchen is sooooo inviting! I love the clean white look and the springtime and summer roses in the depth of an arctic blast this week! All your touches are great, but that hoosier make the room! So grand! Will look for you to see more of your refit soon!ReplyDelete
Love your stained glass victorian lady, it is really beautiful and looks great in that spot. what a lovely gift.ReplyDelete
Everything looks so warm cozy and inviting.........
It's so cozy and beautiful....makes me wanna call you to book a "bead and breakfast" reservation!ReplyDelete
What a pretty theme! Of course I love the old linens.ReplyDelete
happy new Year, Penny!! Thanks so much for linking up to our Best Of The Weekend Party! Have pinned all to our party board. We can't wait to see what you bring to the party this Friday!!ReplyDelete
Once again...thanks for participating in our blog hop...you certainly are romancing the kitchen! Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Penny, it's so fun moving things around isn't it? That stained glass window is perfect in your new 'rose garden'! Thanks for sharing with SYC.ReplyDelete
thank you for sharing
at Fridays Unfolded!
Absolutely gorgeous, Penny! I'm familiar with the artwork that inspired your stained glass - marvelous! I do appreciate you sharing with A Return to Loveliness,ReplyDelete
I found it! The post where I shared the artwork by John Lavery - the image inspired by his lovely 'Spring' painting! http://www.adelightsomelife.com/2011/03/artists-and-poets.html. Your kitchen is enchanting!ReplyDelete
Hi Penny! Stopping by to tell you I've featured your romantic kitchen in this month's Every Room In The House party. Thanks for partying with us, and I hope you'll link up this month in The Living Room. xx ~ NancyReplyDelete