Welcome back for part 2 of Amy’s home tour. Today I’m sharing the kitchen and just a quick peek into the bathroom. I’m saving my favorite room for tomorrow’s post on the Reclaiming Beautiful blog, so be sure to check back for that.
The kitchen is just through this archway.
If you look closely you can just see that Amy has an awesome vintage phone tucked into the little nook in the wall that I assume was always intended to house a phone.
If I’d been thinking with both brain cells, I would have moved the lamp in this next photo so you could see that amazing phone.
Here’s that quick peek into the bathroom that I promised you, which is just through that door in the photo above.
The best part is actually behind the door, and that’s this fabulous cupboard that she has filled with vintage first aid stuff.
Continuing down the hallway takes you to the kitchen, but just before you get there you pass this sign on the wall.
My in-laws would just love that sign! My father-in-law was a boat captain in New Orleans back in the day. I wonder if any fancy women signed up with him?
And now we come to the kitchen.
Like many of us, Amy is not exactly thrilled with her kitchen. She doesn’t like the old cabinets or the size of the room. She’d love to enlarge it or add a pantry and get rid of the old cabinets. But I think her kitchen is positively charming.
I love the corner sink with the big windows above it. It provides the perfect spot for the kitchen Christmas tree that is tucked into an enamelware basin.
This cupboard on the opposite wall above a radiator has such a farmhouse kitchen feel.
I know my friend Meggan is going to be drooling over that collection of vintage thermoses on top of that cupboard. Especially the “Holiday” thermos in front.
You’ll find another of Amy’s fabulous scales on top of the fridge.
And here is a great idea for filling a 3-tiered stand with little glittery houses, greens and pine cones.
There is an industrial metal shelving rack just inside the kitchen door and Amy has loaded it up with lots of adorable vintage kitchenware.
There’s another fabulous scale!
Tomorrow we’ll head over to the Reclaiming Beautiful blog to check out the last room on our tour of Amy’s amazing home. I’ll post a link here tomorrow morning as well so that you all can find your way over there easily. I hope you’ll check it out!