There are times that I love the simple look of white, so I wanted to share my recent farmhouse finds. One of the nice things about having white in your home is that it is so easy to take pictures of. Just a little light a few quick touch ups with the photo editing and you're done. Well hopefully!
I have wanted a farmhouse pitcher for awhile now and I didn't want to spend a lot for a vintage enamel one right now, so I found these two porcelain ones at Ross's. I think I paid around 6 dollars for each of them and I thought that was a great price. They remind me of vintage milk and cream pitchers and would look lovely on a farmhouse table. I also found this egg container. I saw one of these on another bloggers website and when I found it in white, I had to have it. I already had the chicken wire basket and I just added some white tea towels and set it on my kitchen counter.
I love the shape of these little pitchers and they create a sweet farmhouse display with the egg crate.
We went to an antique show earlier this year and I was looking for vintage kitchen accessories. I loved everything there, except the prices but I did manage to find a flour sifter that I really liked and some biscuit cutters. I love the green handles.
I really liked the look of the nut meat chopper. I had never seen one before and thought it was a unique and inexpensive piece. I was told it still chops nuts perfectly fine, of course I'm not using it for that! I think it was made in the 1940's. I also found a white porcelain container, another biscuit cutter and tea bag leaves holder at the thrift store for a few dollars.
I also love these wooden spindles. They were less than a dollar each at the antique show. They were plain when I bought them so I wrapped some cotton yarn around a few of them for interest. I also added some vintage white linens to this table to display my whites.
More thrift store finds and some fresh flowers for a romantic touch to the table.
I also added a platter behind the pitcher for a different look.
I love the warmth of wood with my white pieces. The table is a family heirloom that I always like to display. I also like my vignettes somewhat simple. I enjoy the overall feel of them more this way.
Just a simple little vignette made more lovely with fresh cut flowers. I'm sharing with Country Farm Home & Old time Farmhouse for Country whites weekend. Thanks for stopping by!
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