I couldn't wait to share this wonderful primitive cupboard I recently purchased. It is white, chippy and aged to perfection, not to mention it weighs a ton. They just don't make these like they used to. So the story behind this cupboard is......every once in a while I'll get on Craigslist in hopes of finding a primitive cupboard and usually don't have any luck or they are asking too much. This particular day I find one that is amazing and in my price range so I email to see if they still have it. Wouldn't you know that when she replies it's actually someone I know......the ever so talented Natalie from Sparrow. This cupboard is perfect and I love that it came from someone I know and she told me they brought it back from Texas. So now I can say I own a piece of history all the way from good ole Texas and I didn't even have to go to Marburger to get it(even though I'd love that opportunity some day).
I really couldn't wait to share this beauty with you, so I didn't even have time to fill all the shelves yet. Here are a few shots of some things I just put together this afternoon and when time allows I'm going to go through my ironstone stash and fill her up. I might put some brown transferware also. I'm up for suggestions.....what would you fill this cupboard with? Enjoy! xoxo K.
This is an oldie....true beadboard and old hardware.
This is a shot taken through a mirror on the opposite wall.