Monday, July 26, 2010

My Cottage Pantry


Today I am giving you a tour of my cottage pantry. It is located on the back porch off of my kitchen. It's a lovely light filled place where I store staples for cooking, marketing bags and more. Here is a basket filled with milk bottles that will be returned to our local Boise Co-Op for fresh milk. I am in love with this new local dairy that sells it's delicious milk and cream in bottles!



My husband built these shelves for me. I store can goods, my slow cooker, vintage cake pans and more.



On the top shelf are baskets filled with vintage thermoses, lunch boxes, a vintage bread box with an old style popcorn maker on top. I'm just not a microwave girl.



There are marketing bags ...



And a French market basket too. I am in walking distance to the Co-Op and this basket makes it easy and fun to collect my fresh veggies and milk.



More baskets ~ always useful. My three tiered hanging copper basket. It is filled with artificial fruit and veggies that once belonged to my Mom. Because she gave them to me I just can't part with them, so I show them off for fun in the corner of the porch.



Here's my vintage Skotch Cooler. It's so decorative and fun to use for picnics.



And finally ~ my little sewing cabinet where I store a stash of fat quarters for quilting. That's my tour for today. Tomorrow I will show you the other side of the back porch where the laundry is located. Until then, please go visit our lovely friend Cielo. She has a charming cottage to show you at The House in the Roses for her Show Off Your Cottage Monday.

Yes Bentley, I know we keep your bag of crunchies out on the back porch. We showed it on a Pink Saturday post remember??

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo


16 comments:

  1. Aaaaaah, hubby and I walked the north end neighborhood yesterday and I got some great pix to blog about. It was HOT but I endured, sweets!!!!!
    xoxo,
    Connie

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  2. You cute thing, you! I love your back porch!!! I LOVE that cooler and you are an organizer, like me, I can tell :) Now tomorrow I want to see where Bentley keeps his treats!
    xo to you both,
    Robin

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  3. What a lovely presentation of your treasures. I do so remember most of your items as a child. I love LOVE the TEA container on your sidebar.

    Have a beautiful day.
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  4. Oh Susan how fun is that cooler girl I so remember those..Love the trip down memory lane today...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  5. What a wonderful pantry you have! So neat and tidy. I love how you keep your market bags handy too. Having a market close enough to walk to would be a dream! Than you for sharing!

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  6. Your pantry is so neat! Everything is stored so neatly and I just love your market bags. That you even found a place for them as well! Okay, now I feel like I need to go clean mine. Lol! Hope you have a lovely day, Susan! Give hugs to Bentley for me! xoxo

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  7. I adore your pantry Susan! I have always wanted a pantry. That french market basket is great!
    I'm not a microwave girl either! Sam loves it when i make homemade popcorn too.
    I can't wait to see the rest of your porch.
    Your hubby sure is handy.

    Oh and I love Pink and green ...my favourite colour combination.
    Have a great day!
    Pamela xo

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  8. My goodness lady your little pantry is so delightful! Happy Week!

    The Lady of the House

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  9. What a wonderful pantry, so organized .
    Love it…..

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  10. Hi Bentley. I find myself looking forward everyday to the little comments you make to Susan. Tell her I said Hi and she has a great pantry.

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  11. Hi Susan! Oh, I love seeing inside your pantry! You have some wonderful vintage things too. Now you go get little Bentley a treat! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  12. I LOVE IT!!!! Your pantry is awesome!!! Bravo!
    Very very inspiring.

    xo,
    Kim

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  13. Oh, how nice to have a storage area filled with such nice natural lighting! When bloggers show parts of their home like this, and I can visualize them there, it makes them so much more real to me on a day to day basis.
    Brenda

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  14. Inspiring! I'm going to adopt some of your ideas for my pantry! Love all your vintage stuff!

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Bentley and I LOVE and read every comment.

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