So I’m trying to figure out exactly what the 3 or more boundaries are. I’m going out on a limb here. I’m going to show you the inside of my kitchen cupboards in our home in Washington that definitely have more than 3 in all of them. I’ve been asked many times where I store all my thrift store finds. Where do I put all the dishes that I enjoy. On Monday for Metamorphosis Monday I showed my kitchen with all my great cupboards. Well here’s what’s inside of them.
Everyday dishes, Italian Countryside by Mikasa, that I bought at Macy’s for a super price. Soup bowls and cereal bowls and tea mugs and dessert dishes that were all purchased at Goodwill or other Thrift stores..
Wine glasses, Water Goblets, and on the top shelf some of my creamer collection. Bottom shelf all our coffee making accessories…
Water goblets and Cocktail glasses. I really enjoy different styles and shapes of glasses.
Serving bowls, serving trays, platters, and bread baskets.
My large platters and some cutting boards.
Cake plates and shower and tea plates, doilies, napkins, place cards, mirrored coasters.
More luncheon plates. Some thermoses. Oh and those old fashioned glasses for my gin and tonic ( don’t tell my mother).
The cupboard above the refrigerator. My sets of champagne flutes in their boxes for special occasions. My pitchers, vases, fondues, punch bowl, cookie cutters, etc.
Oh dear more glasses. These are the everyday kind and then some fun sets way on top. I think I could give water to 200 people easy in all different shapes and sizes of glasses!!
I really love my stainless drawers.
And right under my everyday stainless is another drawer with dividers for my serving pieces and extra stainless.
Knife drawer and knife sharpeners.
My Le Creuset and my bake-ware. Maybe I should just insert here that I was a Home Economics Major so these are just the tools of my trade. And while I’m inserting stuff…can you feel my pain that I am living 1200 miles away from all this equipment. :0)
My baking, measuring, and other stuff drawer.
More specialty equiptment and my large stock pots.
More bakeware. This is where the cake pans, bundt pans, muffin pans, pop over pans and mixing bowls, etc. are.
Springform pans, tart pans, pie pans.
The mixer and the food processor plus the large bowls and flour and sugar in the bottom of the pantry.
The tupperware I haven’t gotten rid of yet :0)
I’m so sorry for this boring post but now my insurance company knows some of what they’ll need to replace if anything happens!
So does anyone need to borrow something?
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