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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Hutch Party


Today is Jennifer Rizzo’s Hook Up Your Hutch Party. She invites us to link up our posts sharing our "hutch, china cabinet, and more."

Let's start in the kitchen. There is a pine hutch which houses my blue and white tea cup collection. This was a consignment store find.

Here it is filled with my blue and white "Liberty Blue" dishes, and green Bordallo Pinheiro items:
Next we see it with Spode "Christmas Tree" dishes and fresh greenery at Christmas time.



In the dining room is a painted white corner cabinet where I display pink and white china. This was another consignment store find


Also in the dining room is a mahogany breakfront. This houses my formal china.


In the living room is a secretary desk. The glass front cabinet holds leather bound books and varied ceramic decorative pieces.

A second cabinet in the living room is this cherry wood curio cabinet. It displays an English bone china tea set, a crystal nativity set, a porcelain nativity set, and other decorative items.


Thank you for stopping by today. Please be sure to stop by Jennifer’s blog to see many more hutches.

6 comments:

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

They're all so beautiful. Thanks for showing them.

Jennifer Rizzo said...

I love your hutches! The first one has such a great shape and you have such nice things. Thanks for linking!

LUCKY 7 DESIGN said...

Wow I love how you decorate your hutches during holiday seasons. I plan on doing the same with the black one in my kitchen. I only finished it over 1 month ago so now tis the season. Great stuff!

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

You have so many hutches and one is prettier than the next!!! I love all the green in the first one. Just gorgeous!

Lisa said...

These were all so beautiful I could not decide which I liked best-- but all of them were wonderful!! I will have to do an entry like this as we have a number of hutches as well. Thank you so much for sharing!!! I think pretty things to look at make life a little more joyous.

Donna (Timeless Settings) said...

You have some beautiful pieces! I especially love the Christmas display!

Donna