This post is sponsored by HERITAGE LACE. All opinions are my own.
Sometimes although I love my kitchen, I need a change, nothing big, just a little something to add some excitement. And if you are looking for something that won’t break the bank, then this is for you.
I am featuring some charming items you can add to your kitchen to make it fun and exciting. I love changing things out in small ways to give my home a bit of zip.
I love using a tiered tray for food and to display my dishes or even flowers.
Use it for teatime like I did, or simply store your salt and pepper and condiments on it. Use it to display some of your favorite items or even some cuttings from your yard.
I also found this gorgeous crocheted pillow in white.
It’s got texture and personality.
Wood boards are great to add a traditional feel to your kitchen. I found this long one that’s fabulous for serving bread or other foods. Or just place some apples or pears on it for an artistic look.
I love the feel of the handle, and the shape.
Looking for a pretty toast rack? Here’s one, and you can also use it for mail, or holding napkins.
These wood measuring scoops are so adorable. I love having them sitting out, but you can use them and measuring cups also.
Today’s episode of DECORATING TIPS AND TRICKS is-
EPISODE 66 GETTING ORGANIZED
I really enjoy using wood things in my kitchen. The wood feels at home and makes the kitchen feel warm and homey. I like to have at least one wood bowl filled with fruit out at all times. Note the lovely footed wood board too. You could use this to elevate about anything including cuttings from your garden.
Use hand towels to add some color and softness to your kitchen.
These have matching crochet on the ends. I love this blue color.
I use trays all the time, so I am always game for another tray. This one can be used to hold decorative items or for serving tea. It coordinates with the tiered tray I already showed above.
This one is nice and roomy.
Lace is always in style and this tablecloth is big enough for a nice size table.
You can use it by itself or place it on top of another tablecloth.
And if you want even more pizzazz, add some fresh fruit from the market and cuttings from your yard. It’s amazing how some simple changes can really give your kitchen new life.
Here are the links to the products shown.
SET OF 3 WOOD MEASURING SCOOPS
Where did you get the little stool in the picture of the board? Behind the board. THAT’S what I want:)
What stool Pinky? Are you talking about the caned chair? That’s an antique chair made in France. I’ve never seen anything new like that. I’m not sure where you could find something like that.
Pinky are you talking about the footed wood board? There’s a link to it at the bottom of the post.
Ginger Valdes says
Anita, I think Pinky is talking about the vintage looking riser on the island. It has a breadboard on top. I like the wood touches. They compliment your large breadboards.
Oh thanks! That’s the footed wood board listed at the bottom.
Yes, I am with the others. That footed wood board is just TOOOOOO CUTE!
I have never commented before to any of your posts but you know what I loved about this one? Your décor is stylish and comfortable, and you don’t go nuts with it. I was delighted to see tiny wrinkles in the linens. I love linen in my home and on my body. Good linen wrinkles gently. Although your décor is staged to feature specific things, it looks natural, not staged. Your décor is generally functional and not in the category of dust collectors. Great job!
Thanks Cindyann! I don’t think the room has to overcrowded to look good.
Beth k says
I think everyone is talking about the chippy white riser on the left side of the cane chair, the caption says I love the feel of the handle… it sure is cute and I’d love one too!
Oh Beth, I didn’t think of that. It’s an antique crate I used upside down.
Beth k says
Thanks! Guess it’s time to start hunting!
Beautiful kitchen accessorizing. I particularly love your display on the tiered tray.
There’s so much inspiration for the kitchen here. I love how you explained things and broke them down to seem simple. I need to add some of these elements to my home. Thank you for sharing your ideas with us at the #HomeMattersParty this week.
Norma Rolader says
Love Love this kitchen Oh my I would have all this Thank you and God bless
You did a fabulous job of pulling all these different peices together to look amazing
Marsha Cousino says
We love how you break it all down for us designer-challenged ladies and these great photos are the best inspo! While I aspire to decorate like this, I love reading your blog to see how I might be able to create stylish decor like yours! Everything is stunning. Thanks for the notes on where things are sold, too.
You are so sweet Marsha. Thanks so much!!