Move this here... and that there....


Hello all!  Lately, I have been so busy at the shoppe, that I haven't really done anything or changed anything at home.  A few weeks ago, the Mr. came home with a piece that I just couldn't part with, so I shuffled some things around to make it work.  I still need a mirror or to change up some wall stuff, so I thought I would wait to show you the new piece and instead show you what moved to the kitchen.  We had a long black table and some shelves that worked, but I wanted to change them.  So, away they went!


I moved my metal and glass industrial cabinet here and piled the ironstone in!  I recently *edited* my ironstone  and this is what remains.  I have a few more pieces sprinkled throughout the house.  I like actually using my ironstone, so the kitchen is the best place for it.


While moving something else the other day (in the living room... yes, that has changed too!) I found this vintage French poster showing the production of bread.  I had seriously forgotten that I had placed it behind a shelf to keep it safe until I found a spot.  Serendipity!  After a few text messages with some friends (does anyone else do that?) it was decided that I would move the bored lady and put this up.  Now, I just have to lovingly nag my husband to mount this big measuring device against the wall.... it stretches waaaayyy up!


 I love the changes so much!  The table was sometimes used as a piling station, and since we have several of those already, I was pleased to get rid of it.  And I also love the patina of the ironstone stacks against the patina of the metal cabinet.

I will show you some other changes very, very soon.  I have new paint in my possession people!  The living room is next *wink*

bye for now~


the black shelves and the table are for sale if any locals are interested.  You can email me at michelle at vintagejunky dot com.  

15 comments:

  1. The metal cabinet IS amazing - and a perfect backdrop for the ironstone, as you said.

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  2. Gorgeous medical cabinet! Love your changes! I recently picked about a dozen of those survey markers at an estate sale...I'll have to keep one and sell the rest.
    Enjoy your day!

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  3. I love your metal cabinet...it's the perfect place for your ironstome! I have one of those measuring "thingies" too :) Laurel

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  4. ❤ ALL white dishes! haha Love the shelf with the ironstone!

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  5. Love it all, but I'm especially loving the "bored lady" drawing! That is absolutely adorable and I love that you have it in the kitchen!

    Rachel
    xoxo

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  6. Still searching for my ironstone display-er...I'm very jealous! ;0)

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  7. Love that metal cabinet. It looks fabulous and the ironstone just sets it off perfectly ;-)

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  8. Omg!! LOVE IT! That metal cabinet makes my heart skip a beat...maybe two!

    Miss you!!

    Mary

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  9. Michelle,
    Reading your blog is dangerous! I've been on a mission to re-do my studio and take a good look at my store inventory. So today I am knee deep in containers and bins for my vintage "junque", (oh, and the containers must be attractive). But, I made the mistake of sitting down for a break and reading your post.... and now, I too, have decided it is time to get rid of my black buffet and find a great display for my ironstone! So now, besides working on my studio, my mind is racing about my next project :)
    But, I do love your industrial display for your ironstone...a perfect marriage!

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  10. Love it! I adore the vintage metal cabinet! What a great addition to your home. :)xo Heather

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  11. O.K so I was just going to look at a few blogs tonight but not take the time to leave any notes(cause I am tired!) but really!!!!! Why did I come here...now I want to go and change everything in my house...and its your fault...do you feel bad..mmmm? LOVE everything you did...wow!!! x0 Oh and that metal cabinet is to die for!!!!!!

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  12. Michelle, the cabinet looks smashing with the ironstone...you did good girl and of course I love the measuring stick! :) Can't wait to see what is next! xo

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  13. Well Hello there! Found you thru Urban Farmgirl! Can you bring your shop a lil more North? lol Amazing!!!!

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