Sunday, March 25, 2012

Polish Pottery on Top of Kitchen Cabinets

It's as if I have nothing better to do but I decided to tackle another task. I took down everything from the top of the kitchen cabinet.
 
And decided to move some of my bigger Polish Pottery up there. And you know the process does not look pretty while it is ongoing.

But it is looking neater and more organized now.
 

Everything on top of the kitchen cabinets now are Polish pottery except for the 2 white candelabras.  I just thought I would store them up there.








These 2 fluted bowls are probably my favorite Polish pottery pieces. One has a pedestal and the other doesn't, so I just store them together to save space because they are quite large. They are at least 15 inches in diameter each.


A small duck casserole and a smaller decorative one. Hubby likes ducks so I buy them to satisfy him, after all, he is the one footing  the bills ever since I quit working 6 years ago.



Polish pottery clock on top of the door to the laundry room.

It was a lot of climbing, going up and down the step stool and counter top.

Mission Accomplished!

 
 I grouped the duck tureens and some crockery above the black hutch in the breakfast nook.


There they are! I will show more of my bunny tablescape next week. I will be gone for a few days and I want to get this ready to post for Monday.


 Linking with the following:
Susan's Met Monday
Sally's Blue Monday
Mary's Masterpieces Monday
Cielo's show off Your Cottage Monday
Marty's Tabletop Tuesday
http://astrollthrulife.blogspot.com
Kathleen's Let's Dish at
Bunny Jean's Bunny Hop


30 comments:

Jojo said...

I love that pottery.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

You know I am a Polish Pottery fan. I love what you did. They look absolutely beautiful above the cabinets. (I have tins above my cabinets) I adore the ducks, my husband would love those too!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

What a nice change Christine, your pottery looks beautiful up there!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I have a post coming up where I mention a pizza place to you that is called L'oven 2194 Main Street, Suite A , just West of Belcher. It is really outstanding pizza that I think you guys should try it sometime if you haven't had it yet. (they have awesome Chicago Italian sausage) It's not a sitdown kind of place! I am pretty sure you would have been home by the time I posted it.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

That was quite a job ! :D I really like all the blue and white grouped together.

ButterYum said...

You are some collector :). I love how the polish pottery looks up there - LOVE IT!! Cute duck collection too.

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Yeah, everything we set out to do with when we have lots of things are really a JOB, that usually leaves you tired! I love the Polish pottery, as you can imagine how I love pottery...I love it how neat it looks grouped together like that in the same place and one can admire each of the pretty pieces. After, when it looks great, we feel very happy, even if we're tired! My grandgirls will stay with us for this entire week coming, daughter Sofia just left for home dropping the girls, but we had a great weekend too. Therefore, I am going to be so busy with them too. Have a good trip my friend and enjoy it.
FABBY

Susan said...

Christine, I love your Polish Pottery! I have seen those at the Home Good stores and many times thought about purchasing some. But I have so many collections going on I always talk myself out of buying.
Yours looks so beautiful up on top your cabinets. My friend you work way to hard......LOL

Marigene said...

Wow, you have quite a collection of Polish pottery!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

You have such a wonderful collection and it look amazing all together. Beautiful display. Hugs, Marty

Pat said...

Your Polish pottery is beautiful Christine. I love how you've displayed it in a grouping. I always enjoy seeing this pottery.

SmilingSally said...

I remember when you first started collecting that Polish pottery. I love those blues!

Happy Blue Monday, Christine.

Cafe au lait said...

Love the bowls and the duck tureens!

My Blue Monday.

Creations By Cindy said...

I love the pottery! You have the prettiest stuff! Hugs and Blessings, Cindy

chubskulit said...

I love the clock the most!

My Blue, have a great week ahead.

Kim, USA said...

That is beautiful Christine. I am always amaze of your collection, love them!

Birdbath

Shelia said...

HI Christine! I love all of your pretty pottery and love the space above your cabinets and it looks so good. Love your home and all you do.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

John McElveen said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE that Pottery--Thanks for sharing it with us!

John

sabri said...

Love it christine..and the blue and white is gorgeous..

Kathleen said...

You have a wonderful collection. I love the ones with the stripes, perfect for the Patriotic Holidays.
I have a friend who is selling her whole collection of it, if you know anyone who is interested, let me know!
Thanks for linking this to Let's Dish! See you at 7 on Wed.!

Leslie's Garden said...

They make a great vignette, even if it is up high! I love all your Polish pottery,they're beautiful!

The French Hutch said...

Christine, your collection looks great grouped together on top of the cabinets. Look forward to seeing your bunny tablescape. Have a great trip.

~Emily

mississippi artist said...

Your collection looks great all grouped together. But what a lot of work!

Marlis said...

Love that you put everything together and out so you can enjoy it..It's sooo pretty. Can hardly wait to see your tablescape, it's so pretty.. xo marlis

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Great idea Christine. It all looks so pretty grouped together like that. I bet you're enjoying getting to see it all the time. laurie

Bunny Jean said...

Hi Christine!

I have always loved that Polish Pottery pattern. So bright and cheerful. You have a very large collection. (I don't think I have ever noticed your wonderful ceiling.)

Thanks for sharing at my party this week and for you good wishes for my DH and me :)

xoxo Bunny Jean
Wednesday's Bunny Hop Party!

Phyllis@Around the House said...

The Polish pottery looks just perfect on top of the cabinet...it is displayed so you can see it so well...love it...what a great collection...

Sarah said...

Christine, I've always admire the Polish pottery. Fun to see your extensive collection.

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