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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

A fantastic place to store your tablescape thursday dishes!

Gollum, I thought of you when I found this. Just think she wouldn't have to hide all those
dishes under the bed, in the attic, in the basement or in the truck of her car. But girls, check
her site out she has come up with a design that fits her needs in turning her cook book bookcase into a show stopper with her stoneware dishes.

Oh, no maybe this wasn't a good idea to post this cabinet! I would love to turn my kitchen hall pantry into something like this. I don't really need that space and I already have a walk in pantry in the kitchen. What do you gals think?

For all you dish lovers out there I thought I would give you some ideas in a way to store all those dishes you have been displaying over at Susan's' table scape Thursday.

I will let you know what I decide.

14 comments:

"Blossom" said...
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Happy To Be said...

Oh Anita would it not be great to have the room for this..I could take my dishes out from under the bed and drapes...Hope you are doing well...hows your Mama?? hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

marty39 said...

Oh my a cabinet like this would be a dream come true. Maybe in my next life. Hugs, Marty

Bo said...

Hi Blossom...I agree...Gollum has a wonderful display...thanks for the idea...wish I had the room for that...my dish horde is stashed all over my kitchen, my garage built-ins...& I'm thinking of closets & under the beds...haha!
;-) Bo

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

Sure hope your mother gets to feeling better.
I love this cabinet that seems to take up an entire wall, wish I had the space for such an item. It's beautiful.

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

What a beautiful cabinet to store all your beautiful china.. can't wait to hear what you decide..How's your Mother doing? I hope she's doing some better...I think of you often..hugs ~lynne~

Cynthia said...

The cabinet is gorgeous, wish I had the room. although I am sure my hubby is glad we don't! LOL, Cindy

Sandy said...

I'm all for anything that is simple :)

The Bramble Patch said...

OMGosh, that would be wonderful to have that much storage!

Cathy said...

Blossom,
You brightened my day, it was a treat to see you visited my blog! I have had such fun exploring your lovely sites. Your home and floral designs are absolutely beautiful, you have a special touch. I look forward to getting to know you better, and wish you, and your family well.
Cathy

Helen said...

I have a techie question ... and understand you may not have time to respond. How do you make the blog portion of your page so large with just a smidgen of the sides showing? I love the look of your blog.

Melissa Miller said...

Hi Blossum,
Oh my you are right.
What a stunning idea!

~Gorgeous glass fronts on the doors.

Hope your Sunday is blessed.
~Melissa :)

prof en retraite said...

Oh...Anita...would I love to have that cabinet! But first I'd have to have a new house to fit it! lol Have a good week!...hugs...Debbie

maureen said...

Hello Blossom
I saw this link at http://www.lifeandlinda.com/2010/09/kitchen-remodel
where you asked Linda about her built-in refrigerator panels. Did you ever hear back or find out how they were made/installed. I have just replaced a SubZero size GE built in (nightmare story here) and would love to have wood panels on the smaller new one.
Thanks
Maureen