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Vintage Enamelware Christmas Bowl

CHRISTMAS KITCHEN USING VINTAGE ENAMELWARE BOWLS, PINECONES, ORNAMENTS, AND PINE CLIPPINGS. IT’S ALL ABOUT KEEPING IT NATURAL AND SIMPLE FOR ME THIS YEAR!


Vintage Green Enamelware Bowl Filled with Christmas Ornaments, Pine Clippings, and Pinecones

Vintage Green Enamelware Bowl Filled with Christmas Ornaments, Pine Clippings, and PineconesI didn’t go all out in my Christmas kitchen decor this year I really wanted to make it simple and stressless. On Sunday afternoon my hubby and the boys we’re out doing something that men do so I decided to do a little tree clipping and pinecone gathering to put together something festive in my vintage enamelware bowl. 

Vintage Enamelware Christmas Kitchen Decor, White Cupboards, Black Concrete Countertops, Vintage Enamelware, Cutting Boards, Wooden Spoons, and Red DinnerwareBy the way I’m crushing on the color of the vintage bowl, I’ve never seen one in this shade of green. If you follow Fixer Upper and have ever used their paints the bowl matches the paint color “Magnolia” perfectly. I have a few pieces painted that color in our home so the bowl fit in perfectly. 

Vintage Green Enamelware Bowl Filled with Christmas Ornaments, Pine Clippings, and PineconesI seem to always have the crate filled with cutting boards on my counter and I just swap out the dinner plates to fit the season, holiday, or occasion. I’m a dish hoarder I have them in every color I think and I only use them for decor purposes and holidays. We use the old tried and true Corelle year round. I know many people don’t like them and think there ugly, but I like that they come in basic white and are unbreakable, microwave safe, and dishwasher safe. What more could a gal ask for? Especially one that lives with all men!

Vintage Enamelware Christmas Kitchen Decor, White Cupboards, Black Concrete Countertops, Vintage Enamelware, Cutting Boards, Wooden Spoons, and Red DinnerwareSee those wooden spoons? I have a little vintage wooden spoon addiction. I find them just adorable and can’t seem to pass them up in antique shops. I’ll be back soon to tell you how I clean them up and care for them so they’ll be used and loved for years to come. 

 

 

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10 Comments

  1. Lovely Dawn, I love your kitchen vignette. The bowl is lovely with the evergreens and red ornaments. I love those deer, where ever did you find them?

    1. Mary the birch deer (which are really metal) are from Hobby Lobby!

  2. Kathleen G says:

    A pretty Christmas kitchen vignette, love the bowl and color too:).
    Kathleen in Az

    1. Kathleen the bowl is a color I’ve never seen before and I have a lot of enamelware pieces.

  3. Wonderful bowl!! I love dishes, too…I’ve told myself that I can’t buy any more and am enjoying what I have. White plates are versatile and mostly what I use, but I do use the blue enamelware and red melamine occasionally. I’m keeping my decor simple too this year, with a focus on Winter so that I won’t have to remove everything. As always you are a great inspiration for me, Dawn.

    1. Jen, I think the older I get the easier I like things to be so simple decorating is my motto. Now if life in general would just get simpler.

  4. I have a vintage roaster pan in just that same color!

    1. Karen I’d love to see your roaster pan and I’m glad to hear someone else has something in that color. Sometimes I wonder if things have been painted over the years but I guess this is a true enamelware color!

  5. Your kitchen looks wonderful, and your plans are spot-on! Enjoy the holidays.

    1. Lisa thank you so much for stopping by 🙂

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