1.27.2013

Breakfast Room Table




When I shared my new dog painting the other day you may have noticed a vignette on the breakfast room table. 
I just threw this stuff together after putting away the Christmas table decor with things on hand.

I just placed a few things in this vintage woven tray that has moved around the house. I just love using trays to corral things together.

I kept the Pottery Barn napkins out and set them on a stack of green cabbage plates.

Love my cow butter dish I found last year.

Two vintage style milk bottles wait to have milk or juice added for a tasty breakfast or snack.

The vintage scale may come in handy if you need to weigh your food. Not sure if weight watchers still requires that.


When I share my breakfast room table and chairs I get many questions asking how I painted the table and chairs. I didn't. I bought this set as it is a few years ago from a local home decor shop.

Next up will be the finished kitchen project reveal.

Have a super week.

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43 comments:

  1. Great vignette! Love the chippy yellow chairs!

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  2. Fun vignette, love the vintage scale!

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  3. It all looks wonderful, I so adore the cow butter holder. I use a glass one for my butter and it's not very creative, wish I could find one like yours. Can't wait to see the kitchen reveal!

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  4. I love it. I think I need to freshen up the farmhouse table. You've given me an idea.

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  5. Looks great, Kim. Those chairs are keepers- you'd probably have a line waiting if you ever decide to sell them! xo Diana

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  6. What a nice vignette. I love the old scale, too! and, your table and chairs. Lynda

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  7. Lovely room - and I'd like to know how they painted that set too!! Have a happy Sunday!

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  8. Great vignette. I love the scale, such a great color. Everything looks so pretty together. Hugs, Marty

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  9. Hi Kim,
    Lovely breakfast room! A nice sunny spot to start the day. The new painting is gorgeous!
    Enjoy your Sunday!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  10. Perfect vignette! Can't wait to see what you've done now. Your energy amazes me.

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  11. Just want to tell you it is taking FOREVER for your blog to load. The table looks cute. I love all the things you have. I guess I need to share MY kitchen table too:) XO, Pinky

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  12. Your breakfast room is pretty and bright. I love the vignette on the table. I'm crazy about the cow butter dish and milk bottles. The red on the bottles looks great with the napkins too

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  13. This is a lovely vignette.

    Nicole

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  14. Love that vintage red scale. It looks great with the mix on your tray.
    Mary Alice

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  15. Love your breakfast room vignette! It is so pretty! I'm having such a hard time finding a tray I like so I can do this. I feel like Goldilocks "this one is too big...this one is too small.." :)

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  16. I always love looking at your vintage scales. That is a great vignette!

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  17. Good Morning Kim,
    I love your vignette. Adorable. I love your table and chair set too. That was a great treasure to find in the home decor store. Still love seeing your new dog picture. Love that picture :).
    Kris

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  18. Pretty vignette Kim! I LOVE your yellow dining set too!
    xx
    Anne

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  19. I love this, Kimmie! The tray is wonderful and I love that red scale and your cow is adorable.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  20. Love your setting.
    Greetings from Sunny South Africa
    Sandra

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  21. Such a happy and bright spot! Your scale, linens and cow are precious!

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  22. What a darling vignette. LOVE LOVE LOVE the chippy red scale with the yellow table. I will have to copy this cherry centerpiece... do you mind?

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  23. The nice thing about this time of year is that it gives one a chance to bring out the things that don't have a connection to any seasonal theme, and to just enjoy them. It's a rather 'quiet' time for some of the less flashy or important objects to shine.

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  24. Your cow butter dish is a favorite of mine. :) So great to meet you in person yesterday, Kim -- looking forward to spending more time with you!
    xo Heidi

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  25. Your vignettes are always so perfect and look so simple. When I did my mantel last week, I finished, went to bed and redid it all over in the morning. It just doesn't come easy to me.

    I think I might have to paint my scale and then distress it. Your red scale is perfect.

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  26. This is really charming. Love the colors. I cannot wait to see what you have done in the kitchen with the green paint! I already know I will love it!

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  27. Very charming vignette Kim! Love the scale and bottles.

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  28. You always mix such great elements together to create fabulous vignettes! And, can't wait for your kitchen reveal!

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  29. SO pretty, Kim...and I LOVE that red scale!

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  30. Every time I stop in here I enjoy the post. Beautiful blog. Keep up the great job.

    LindaLee from
    CrossN' My Stitches

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  31. Your vignettes are always lovely Kim. I LOVE your vintage scale.

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  32. That's a wonderful vignette, Kim! You know I'm a sucker for vintage kitchen scales. Love the whole look!

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  33. Nice vignette, Kim. I like your red scale.

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  34. Darling vignette, KIm. That little cow is precious.

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  35. Luv the vignette, but crushing on your cow butter dish.
    hugs, Gee

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  36. I just love the way you are always moving things about...creating many beautiful vignettes to share with us!...That vignette can't help but make you smile!

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  37. Kim, you are a master at vignettes, and you seem to have an eye for picking out just the right things to pull it all together. Wish I had some of your talent! Maybe I can find that little cow butter dish on eBay? Love it!

    Debbie

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  38. My kitchen table was originally yellow...then I painted it white...then black. Now, I'm thinking I want to go back to yellow after all these years. I love the rustic sweetness it brings to your nook...so cheerful!

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  39. I think this breakfast table is one of my favorite things in your house! It is so sunny and adorable, but I love that scale too! Your kitchen island looks great! I had to come down after the party and check it out.
    Sherry

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Thanks so much for stopping by. I do appreciate all your lovely comments...Kim

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