Stop by Marty’s, every Tuesday, for tabletops, collections, and vignettes.
The breakfast room doesn’t look much like a room in a 1950’s rural Missouri farmhouse, mentioned in THIS post. It does look a tad bit country.
We moved a piece of furniture, into the hearth room, more in keeping with that 50’s rural home look I’m going for. That necessitated moving this cabinet to the breakfast room. It fits perfectly at the end of the farmhouse table, with plenty of room to spare.
The black table, formerly in this space, has been moved to one of the upstairs bedrooms, where it sits under a black framed mirror.
The breakfast room paint color is Laura Ashley Gold #3 (Lowe’s). The swan decoy is hand carved (Canada). It was purchased on South Main Street, Historic Saint Charles, Missouri, several years ago. The rabbits were purchased at Hancock Fabric, last year. The bunny platter is Spode Woodlands. The black tray is from Nell Hill’s. The cake stand is from Home Goods and the cloche, from Nell Hill’s or Evergreen Mfg; I don’t recall which.
The cabinet back is lined with foam core, I covered in toile.