Saturday, December 26, 2009

Country Kitchen

I love country kitchens! As soon as I saw the Westville dollhouse by Greenleaf, I knew it would have to be one of those homes where you enter directly into a warm kitchen that is the heart of the home and where most of the working and living takes place. You can see the Michael's hutch from my previous posting and a tiny sliver of the living room that had the closet removed. Can you spot more pieces from those hutches? (The upper and lower cabinets near the sink). I put a lid on the bucket near the door which is for keeping kitchen scraps before they are taken out for composting. Can't have it smelling up the kitchen! The flour sacking dish cloth is ready for work on all those dirty dishes, if someone would finally install a faucet! It also looks like someone needs to pick up that fallen ice sign from the window or there won't be a delivery today, and for goodness sakes, the ice box door has been left open...
I think the black painter platter near the sink is one of the favorite minis that I've made or personalized! I'm not a great painter by any stretch, but I've come up with a couple ways to "cheat" that I'll share with you soon...


  1. Hello,I love your country kitchen.
    It is so warm and real,Thanks for sharing!
    Miniregards from Spain,Sonia

  2. Oh yes, it looks cozily lived in, can I come over for breakfast?

  3. You are all invited over for breakfast! That is, as long as you don't mind cold cereal; the lady of the house doesn't have a stove yet!!

  4. I would like a kitchen like this in real size!! :)
    So cosy and beautiful!



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