Monday, August 2, 2010

A Favorite Cabinet



This is a favorite cabinet of mine. It's a cabinet that I use to store some of my spices. I purchased it in Virginia the first year that David and I were married. It used to be stained a medium walnut, but I decided to paint it heirloom white. I love the wire in the door.


Thanks for visiting me today. Be sure to stop by and visit Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday. I think that Marty stopped by Goodwill again and picked up some great items. See you there!! I am also joining Patricia at Colours Dekor for August Table Tops. Be sure to visit her too!!

Bentley ~ I found one of your little stuffed bears behind the butcher block. Were you missing it??

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

21 comments:

  1. Cute cabinet!! It sure holds a lot for being small!

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  2. Love your cabinet!! Perfect for spices.

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  3. That is the cutest cabinet... and OH SO Functional! Love it!

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  4. I can see why you love it! Such a cool size and shape and love the wire.
    so perfect for your spices- it fits alot too...

    Karen

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  5. Hi came here via Colours Dekor! Love that cabinet, looks like the pie safes from days gone by...where they used to cool the freshly baked pies and keep them out of reach....! Lovely color too!

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  6. What a cute little cabinet, I love the wire in the door too!

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  7. What a unique cabinet! I love that you were so creative in it's use! I agree, the chicken wire is fabulous!!!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Rachel

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  8. Such a great cabinet and so perfect for spices. I love it. The chicken wire is so petty and you can just peek inside to see a hint of the spices. Great piece. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  9. Susan, I love that cabinet with the mesh screen. Looks great and so glad you mentioned the other party, too.

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  10. Oh Susan I love little cabinets also and I especially adore the ones that fit into a corner. The one you have is lovely and the wire in the front definitely gives it a little something extra special....
    Tina xo

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  11. Susan,
    It amazes me how we thing alike, sometimes. I have a smaller version of cabinet, very much like yours, that I have kept my spices in for years! Mine still has the stain and I bought it years ago in Nashville, IN. I will have to feature it sometime. I think I see some cinnamon sugar on the top shelf. Tell Bentley I will be over later for some cinnamon toast and coffee :)
    xo
    Robin

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  12. That is such an awesome cabinet.. and your spices are laid out sooo neatly.. It looks gorgeous!! far toooo pretty to be a spice cabinet.. Loved it.. Thanks for linking in to me.. I loved your blog.. and all on here.. and am now following you. Cant wait to see more!!

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  13. That's a really cute cabinet, and so perfect for the space on that wall!

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  14. Hi Susan...I adore that cabinet...it is perfect for that wall space...hey we use Old bay seasoning too...YUM! I see you have dumpster dived too...well don't forget every Friday I have a garage salen thrifting party...and that qualifies..basically anything NOT bought in retail...hope to see you sometime. Debbie

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  15. Love the cabinet. It's so unique.

    ~Donna

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  16. Such a sweet little cabinet !
    I've always loved cabinets with wire fronts, they remind me of simpler times.
    A great place to store your spices, handy dandy ;)

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  17. Susan, that cabinet is so cute, and not only that, it holds a lot of spices on those shelves. How nice that the shelves are shallow enough that the spices don't get lost in the back. laurie

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  18. What a need piece! I love that big collection of wooden spoons you have too.

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  19. Very nice!!! Glad I found your blog, hope you can s0tp by mine!

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  20. That is a sweet cabinet! I could think of lots of uses for it in my home. You are right... the wire makes it. Thanks for stopping by my blog--have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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