As most of you know we just moved into a 92 year old farm house in the middle of town.
Most of the house has been updated as far as electrical and plumbing go, but the previous owners tried to maintain as much of the original detail, as possible. The kitchen does have the original layout, cabinets and a few other details but has had a little face lift. There are lots of cabinets here and the thing I love, they go all the way to the ceiling, (although I have to get a small ladder to reach the top shelf) that said I don't have to climb up and clean the top of cabinets anymore or try to figure out how to stage them, at which I am terrible at doing.
Now for my little baking area.
Baking supplies, a little copper and some hydrangeas from the garden.
My first scale, I know she's a little rusty but what do you expect for $2.00?
My antique nutmeg grater and storage container, some old bowls and a few utensils.
I used an old letter holder to hold my antique glass milk and juice container, then added the hydrangeas.
And my little chicken plates, a gift from a dear fried, so every time I look at them I think of her.
Now come back tomorrow and I will show you more of the kitchen and my newest treasure.
It's a French butter crock!
Linking to Table Top Tuesday at A Stroll Through Life.