This is my Gooseberry Patch book corner. I have some ceramic cookie molds here and my gingerbread overflow lives in this shelf unit. My spouse made this hanging shelf for me. It was actually meant for the inside of my pantry door, but he forgot to leave a groove for the doorknob and was going to scrap this shelf and make a new one. I nearly fell over when he said that. I'm so glad he changed his mind. Maybe it was due to all the shrieking he heard.
This is my poor little cat-scratched hutch. It's nearly 40 years old and the only one I've ever had. When we bought a new table set, we gave away the colonial table and chairs that went with the hutch. We searched high and low for another hutch, but couldn't find an enclosed one that would hold all my "stuff". Although I've not presented them well, my mom's old blue Currier and Ives dishes live in this hutch along with some of her pink depression glass and vintage salt and pepper shakers. I wasn't trying to collect roosters, but my friend, Rachel, gave me the rooster and hen, then I started finding rooster pieces at thrift stores.
I'll post more photos tomorrow. See what you caused Gina? Now I have to go wash down walls and remove those vintage cobwebs. It might help if I put on my glasses when I clean. (*v*)