Sunday, May 17, 2009

Blues From the Corner Cupboard



Enjoy these blues and more! You can see more blue posts
when you visit Smiling Sally's Blog.





Warren's Grandma Charlotte treasured this
cupboard and many of the things in it.
It was not unusual to visit her
and be treated to stories of many
of the items kept inside.

I am honored to have been trusted
with this very lovely and very old
cupboard.



I have a cold and did not take
the time or energy to stage the
Pretties as I would have liked...
but I think they speak well for
themselves.




This interesting little cup and
saucer were carried from Europe by
my parents when they were over
there in 2005,
the year Daddy died.
I will treasure it always!



A little retro find from a yard
sale last year.


The teapot from a set that
has a lot of history.
Something that involves The World
Fair in Chicago and Mr. JC Penney.



Blues among the glass...



Come back Wednesday to see the Outdoor Wednesday Post
about our blog meet at Longwood Gardens. I have decided to make
you wait because I can't imagine a better Outside Wednesday this
week. We had a blast...even on a less than perfect "weather" day.




♥♥Becky K.♥♥

35 comments:

Marie Reed said...

Th cupboard is just stunning! I can almost feel how heavy and solid its wooden doors are!

Karen at Nittany Inspirations said...

The cupboard that you inherited is so special. I love the pretty blue transferware pots. I too am waiting for Wednesday. So very nice to meet you. I told my DH that we must have already met you before at the wedding. Small world.

Knitty said...

Very pretty items in the special cupboard. Hearing their histories make them even more special.

Terri and Bob said...

You have a lot of blue pretties! I am interested in the notched shelf... was that done as a design or for a purpose?

Becky K. said...

Terri,
That notched shelf is for holding spoons. You just slide the handle in.

maidenshade said...

TY for visiting my blog, happy Blue Monday. I just love the cupboard and all of your blue and white dishes, so very pretty.

Talk to you soon, Have a great week,

xJ
MaidenShade.wordpress.com
MaidenShade.com

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

Love your corner cupboard..and all your blues! Happy Blue Monday ~ Susan

Lynda said...

Wonderful cabinet, beautiful blues!
Thanks for sharing!

Happy Blue Monday~

Ronda said...

Good Morning Becky :)

I just adore blue and white...anything. I luv those dishes you share with us. They are each one so pretty.

Love & Prayers,
Ronda

Valerie said...

Such beautiful blues you shared! Family treasures are some of the best b/c the history behind them make the piece all that more beautiful!

Happy Blue Monday,
Valerie

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Becky, Wow, what a lovely cabinet and all those wonderful dishes. Love the teapot especially.

Hope you feel better.

Barb

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Lovely cabinet and lovely pretties in it! Thanks for sharing and Happy Blue Monday. Hope you're feeling better.

Blessings,
Sandi

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

Oh how I wish someone would give me a cupboard like that. Love your blue items. Stop by and visit mine today.

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

What beautiful blues! While I appreciate all the beauty there is to behold, that little retro pitcher is just screaming out to me :0)
It's all fantastic!
P.S. I hope you feel better soon!

Mrs. Rabe said...

Pretty, pretty dishes!

I get to see your gorgeous hutch often and I still adore it!

Vee said...

That cupboard is amazing. I just love it and all the treasures that it contains. My mom had that set of dishes...the retro pitcher. We (my sister and I) made her sell it in yard sale twenty years ago. Oh my. Wish we had it today.

Looking forward to Wednesday!

Elizabeth said...

So many gorgeous blues, and all so varied! I love the cupboard, too. I am a big corner-cupboard fan.

Fifi Flowers said...

LOVELY cupboard filled with blue dishware!

Terry said...

Dearest Becky
First may you feel the healing touch of my prayers for you.
Second oh my gosh what an amazing and beautiful China cabinet! It is
so full of precious treasures.
Non stop eye candy .What a treat.
I love all the details of the cabinet inside and out.
What rich history you have.
Thank you so much for sharing this loving heritage with us.
Happy Blue Monday.

Smilingsal said...

So many lovely blues! I like those plates the best. Happy Blue Monday!

JD said...

Very nice "Blues" that you have, and special memories too.
I'll try and post my pictures too on Wednesday...the cold must be from us walking around in the misty wet weather...But the grounds were still lovely. My step-Mother was admitted to the hospital, and I just came from taking my Mother to the doctors. The Mothers and Grandchildren are keeping me busy...so I hope I find the time to post...Have a good day...

Persuaded said...

that cupboard is just breathtaking! i really love it♥ and so many sweet treasures inside too!


hope you are feeling better soon, my friend☺

Mary said...

That's not a cupboard, it's a treasure trove in blue. How lovely! Happy Blue Monday.

Jenn said...

Wonderful Blue plates and things... Happy Blue Monday

KayC. said...

Love your blues. It is wonderful to have so many treasures!

~~Deby said...

Your *blues* are great and did not need any staging...great pictures...and wow what a blessing to have that corner cupboard....
it is a treasure.
deby

Joyce said...

Becky, first feel better. I love all the little things and the stories to go with them in your corner cupboard. I had lunch today with a GA blogger but we have no photos but we had fun chatting and laughing. I can't wait to see your photos and I hope I can meet you when I come up north. Now go and have some chicken soup and get better. You are in my prayers.
Joyce

Sandra said...

What pretty blues! I love the cupboard you inherited. The teapots are so dainty and pretty!
Blessings,
Sandra

Baba's Blog .. Babies Are Special said...

Hi Becky, I love all of your blue items inside of your cupboard..esp. the tea pot!!! I have many blue things in my China cabinet in the dining room..thanks for your visit to my place.. hugs, Baba

Beverly said...

I am a sucker for beautiful glassware and you have some stunning pieces. And what a gorgeous place to store them. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by. Hope to see you again.

Boo-Bah said...

Beautiful blues. The cupboard is such a nice way to display your blue treasures.

Iris

Southern Lady said...

What a wonderful heirloom, Becky ... and I love each and every one of your treasures inside it.

I'll be back to read your Outdoor Wednesday story.

ivoryspring said...

Those blues are precious!

Martys Fiber Musings said...

Love your blue plates...they look rather Pottery Barn ish....mine are brown. Wish I had blue

Carrie said...

Your blue dishes are such special designs. The cabinet is a great heirloom and you are fortunate to have it.