Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Christmas Farm Cottage Cupboard

Merry Christmas everyone,
Today I thought I'd share some pictures of my cottage cupboard.  It was originally a dark oak.  This is how it turned out for Christmas.
I love this Christmas card my friend gave me.
Pictures of a few of my favorites on the shelf.
You can see a peek of my cottage living room and white tree.  You'll have to come back another day to see more!
I am linking up with:
White Wednesday
Feathered Nest Friday
My Romantic Home
Pink Saturday

Have a good week,
Nancy

18 comments:

Rosetta said...

Cara Nancy,abbiamo gli stessi gusti,anch'io amo i colori delicati,le rose ,le tazze e tanti oggetti!La tua credenza è bellissima .Mi piace tutto quello che ho visto.Proprio bello il tuo blog!Baci,Rosetta

Beth said...

Your cupboard is BEAUTIFUL, and I especially love the china! Loved seeing your Christmas tree peeking out too - how beautiful it is!
Hugs, Beth

Cindy said...

Oh,Nancy, this looks beautiful! I love the little tree in the teacup! Be sure to stop by my blog for a chance to win a teapot!
Hugs, Cindy

A Touch of Grace said...

Oh Hello Nancy...
Your cupboard turned out just gorgeous!!! I love the rose centred dishes too.
The wee white Christmas tree sitting in the pansy china cup is sweet.(I love pansies)
I too am a Gamma of soon to be 4.

I am having a sneak peek at your previous post with those blue dishes,while I am typing in my comment....I am off to have a better look.
Come by and say hi,I am happy to follow your lovely blog.
Blessings
Grace

Heather Jacob said...

absolutely stunning ... so beautiful and full of sparkly energy .. love it all .. hugz x

Shabby chic Sandy said...

So pretty!

Marydon said...

Love the tea cup decor. Your dishes & decorations are gorgeous.
Merry Christmas ~
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

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Jil~Say It With Roses said...

Your cupboard and everything in it is exquisite!
HPS!
♥ Jil

chubskulit said...

How lovely!


Hearty Pink, come and see when you get a chance.

Antiques And Teacups said...

Hi! So nice to meet you! What a lovely dresser. And what a lovely Christmas statement. I met you through Bernideen's Christmas Present!
Ruth

Lavender Cottage said...

A lovely china cabinet and what I can see of the white tree is beautiful.

jennspeacornpopnuts.com said...

Happy Pink Saturday! I'm pinking by 4's since my link is #104, and I'm glad I get to stop here. Lovely pinks. Really nice close up on the card w/the lip of the gravy boat in it. I love the little red bird w/the clip - neat. I fell for the tea cup with the purple, pink and yellow peonies(?) . . . flowers. The wrapped up snow doll is precious. Some wonderful pinks done nicely! Enjoyed reading your profile. Looks like you're fairly recent to blogging. I've been in and out of it since 2007. Think I've hit my stride finally. Hope so. I love it but it scares me sometimes! Take care! Stay warm! Thanks, Jenn

Lorraine said...

Very beautiful.... you home could be featured in Romantic Country magazine.
Greetings,
Lorraine

Bernideen said...

Everything looks so sweet - especially the tree in the pansy teacup!

paperbutterfly said...

Welcome to the world of tea and blogging. You have arranged your cupboard beatifully! Looking forward to seeing more of your lovely home.
Special invite to our Gingerbread Tea.
Blessings,
Pam

Marydon said...

Before I forget, sweetie. Go visit & join my 'sis' at countrywingsinphoenix.com for a wonderful blog connection. She will bring delight to your day every time. I joined to follow you, I hope you do me.

I had a hutch like yours & sold it in our shop a few years ago, then regretted it. Such a magnificent beauty they are.

Merry Christmas
TTFN ~
Marydon

faith hope love ღ said...

nice post! thank you very much for sharing...blessings soraya

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Stunning! The dishes in the cupboard are so lovely! Love your white tree. I bought one on clearnace at the after Christmas sales and I can't wait to use it somewhere next year. Whether that one will make 18 trees, I don't think so. I may substitute it for the one on my guest room staying at 17 trees!!

Hugs,
Debbie