|I often use my oval ironstone platters on the bottom shelf. I have several very large ones, but they all have great uses from grilling out to plates of cookies for sandwiches. The red and white transferware makes a nice contrast with the gold walls, while the white ironstone stays crisp and clean looking. I have collected ironstone for many years before the popularity of recent years.|
|The little dented up silver cup was mine when I was a baby. According to my mother, I used to beat it on my high chair tray. I must have beat it alot, because it is dented big time!|
|My husband built my dining room table when we first moved into the house. It is 8 1/2' long and made with 2 very wide plank poplar boards with biscuit board ends. It easily sits eight people, but we can pull up more chairs and pack them in!|
|We bought this pewter cupboard in northern Indiana while visiting my son and daughter-in-law. I don't have much pewter, but it still has nice rimmed shelving and bottom.|
|The two dining room windows look out onto the back sunporch.|
|One windsor high chair holds a rack of milk bottles. This still works great for the grandchildren too.|
More pictures are on their way of the new livingroom, master bedroom, kitchen and master bath. Thanks for cominb by!