A Peek Inside the China Cabinet

The china cabinet has happily made it inside the dining room, now its time to fill the inside with china and treasures.

Breakfast!

Time to start unpacking, I don’t think my Noritake china has seen the light of day in many many years.

Unpacking

After a few hours or arranging and rearranging, the china is now on display! Anthropologie has some beautiful aqua and teal bowls and plates that I might try to incorporate, and maybe a few vintage trinkets from some local antique stores.

Noritake china

Cups and Saucers

Pretty tassel

Its getting there, remember what it used to look like? Its about 95% finished just need a light bulb and hardware!

8 comments:

LindsB said...

It must feel so good to get it back out again!

Shel at Dreamy Nest said...

Pretty!!! I have some old Noritake, too. I love mine. . .
Looks like you're on the right track. I can't wait to see what you do. :)
Did you guys have a great vacation?

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lexlocilori said...

Very pretty. I wish I had more display space. I love dishes so much.