Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Reds Gone Wild!!


Those of you who have visited my blog on Rednesday know that I really like red. There is a lot of red in my cottage. This is especially true in my kitchen where the reds have "gone wild"!! There are red storage containers in all shapes and sizes.


There are red batter and mixing bowls and red spatulas too.


There is a garlic peeler in red of course!!



Vintage cookbooks for a bit of nostalgia. Just look at their charming red covers!



Vintage style tea towels with cheerful touches of red too.


Or if you prefer, a red rooster paper towel holder.



Reds have gone wild in my kitchen!! How about a snack? I could fix you some cheddar cheese and apple on a cracker to give you some energy before you go visit Sue over at It's A Very Cherry World for her weekly Rednesday party.

Yes, I know Bentley, you want a snack too. Be polite to our guests Bentley, and let them go first!!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

32 comments:

  1. Oh my, my, my.... I am so red with envy.... I love red, and your kitchen is my dream come true... lol... love that 1950's cookbook... happy rednesday...

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  2. yup! You have gone red!!! Mad with red!!! I love it all...right up my ally...Thanks for sharing your fun kitschy stuff...Mica/The Child's Paper

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  3. You can never have too many reds!!!! Love it all! :)

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  4. Love the red in your kitchen!! Great paper towel holder!
    I have red in mine too...a red kitchen-aid mixer, a red toaster, red canisters, red tulips on the stained glass doors of two cabinets, and red in the curtains. Oh...and red Paula Deen pots and pans. I think red has gone wild in my kitchen too!!
    ~Cindy~

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  5. Fun reds...love that mixing bowl!

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  6. I love that rooster paper towel holder. That is so cool. Happy Rednesday. Won't be participating today, I'm off to a Convention.

    Blessings.

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  7. Just can't take my eyes off of the tablecloth, so pretty!

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  8. Susan,
    Cute, cute and more cute! You have the neatest appliances. What kind of toaster do you have? I had to go out and get a grind and brew coffee maker by Cuisinart. I think you are the one that has one of those? Anyway, neat toaster.
    xo
    Robin
    Bentley, ask Mommy for a Ritz!

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  9. Love your collection! :)

    ~Liz

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  10. Reds Gone Wild!!! Where's Indiana Jones with his bullwhip to corral them? Or should I say Idaho Jones? LOL!

    Cute bowl with the words; love the tablecloth and rooster pt holder; dishtowels look great together; and . . . everything tastes better when it sits on a Ritz!

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  11. Such cute reds. I love the tea towels hanging.The vintage tablecloth is so cute. I love the red paper towel holder. Great stuff!

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  12. Love the vintage table cloth!

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  13. I LOVE the rooster paper towel holder - so cool!

    Red makes things so fun and cheerful, doesn't it.

    I think that is one of the reasons I like Christmas so much - I love adding more red here and there during the holidays!

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  14. Hi Susan,

    Reds gone wild, so cute, made me smile!

    Especially the garlic peeler. :) I don't have one - are they really quicker? Martha always extols their virtues.

    Your linens are darling, I love the tablecloth and kitchen towels.

    Happy Rednesday to you and bow wow woof woof to Bentley!
    Sally

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  15. You are definitely a true lover of the color red! I love it all, but especially that 50s cookbook. And you've now made me hungry for some cheese and crackers. With a slice of apple on top!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  16. I love all your "wild" reds ! Great Rednesday Post !
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna
    PS Say Hi to Bentley for me , his pic always makes me smile .

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  17. I love your tea towels, Susan :) Hi to Bentley.
    Happy REDnesday~

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  18. I love the first comment someone made on your post, so much that I am saying the same. I am red with envy. Love your stuff.

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  19. Hi Bentley...and Susan too!!
    I just sent a message to you before I checked my comments. Again, I'm so happy to meet you both and glad you've become following friends.
    If you scroll down to my Mother's Day post Bentley can meet Shadow, our Norwegian Elkhound.
    It's funny but as I scanned your blog I realized I've visited several times..I love the music as I type this....I thought I had placed you on my blog list, but I'm must be gettin brain fogs cause I hadn't, which will be remedied in a sec.

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  20. What fantastic reds!! I love it all!!!
    xxxx

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  21. Love your reds...they are wonderful...blessings

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  22. Your reds are so happy looking. You have the most to-die-for treasures. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. Very fun blog!
    Where have i been?
    Enjoyed visiting and getting to know you today...
    Stop over when time permitts,
    xoxo~Kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Mornings...

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  24. Love your red post!
    Especially the rooster towel holder, and the mixing bowl.
    If your gonna do red, do it bright! =)

    Don't miss my giveaway.

    blessings
    barbara jena

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  25. thanks for visiting today! I love red, too, mostly in my wardrobe but love a touch in decorating, as well. Is Bently a Yorkie? He is so cute!

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  26. Your wild reds are great! That batter bowl and rooster paper towel holder are fantastic! Love them!
    Happy Rednesday!
    Blessings,
    Jo

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  27. It's official!I'm in love with your mixing bowls.Please don't tell my husband;)

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  28. I agree with you, red is the only color for a kitchen! You sure have lots of goodies! I really enjoyed your towels! How I would love to find some beauties like these.

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  30. Some where over the rainbow...I dreamed that I would own all the red items like you have! Thank you for visiting and leaving your kind comment on my "Strolling along Memory Lane..."REDNESDAY"! I couldn't believe my eyes when I found this wicker carriage with the "RED" and white gingham hood and "RED" wheels.
    Hugz,
    Kim

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  31. isn't red such a bold statement? it's one of those colors that make such great accessories.

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  32. Oh lots of fun reds! I love the tablecloth and that 1950's cookbook!!

    Have a wonderful Memorial Day!

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