It's Wednes..er..Rednesday. Welcome to my kitchen collection
Yes folks, once again we look in on Susan and her friends, who join her in her Very Cherry World, and proudly display thier love of any and everything red. I too must admit I am drawn to anything red, but my true weakness is strawberries and anything vintage and kitchy. With this in mind I thought I'd begin a series to show my collections.
My kitchen is all strawberry and vintage inspired. This vintage crate lable inspired the color scheme,
red, black, white and green.
This plate is a Corelle pattern from 1978 called Strawberry Sundae. They are still in use today, yes over 20 years, and I can attest that Corelle is breakproof.
When collecting for decor in my kitchen the first thing I do is consider it's, useability...is that a word...well it is for my decorating needs. Whether a new vintage bowl or an old bottle can it be repurposed for other needs.
When baking I love to use either of these baking powders. The vintage graphics are great. They are displayed prominently on my spice cabinet when not in use to add touches of red on my pine spice shelf.
Jim and I both love vintage signs,even if they're reproductions. These two
remind us of our first soda pops in the early 60's.
And, they make wonderful hot plates on the dining room table or outside on the picnic table
This sign is my favorite because it reminds me of lunches at my Great-Grandfathers farm when I was little.
It also makes a great bread tray for a sandwich buffet.
When I show the entire series of pieces for Rednesday used to decorate the kitchen, I'll show how I use them to complete decor of my kitchen. I hope you'll join me for the next few weeks.
We can pop on over to Susan's thru HERE to visit other red hot collectors!
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