The kitchen at the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm is a fascinating place. Not only does it contain everything you would expect to find in a 1915 farmhouse kitchen, but you will also find the stove lit and something cooking. There will also be fresh produce on the table and likely some cheese being made.
Farmhouse Kitchen Cabinet display
This upcycling of the closet into an office come studio come craft area is very clever. Putting shelves on either side makes the most of the space. Hanging the curtains hides any mess and make it look like a bay window instead of a closet. The shudders to the left and the pole stretched across the top add space to display vintage collectibles and works in progress.
Cool way to display necklaces (maybe the bottle should be full for added stability?) - no original link, sorry
Jewelry Challenge-Project 17 - Something Sublime
Anthropologie - Great ideas
The Rented Cottage Life: BIG DAY
sweet pea home: DINING ROOM REVEAL...FINALLY
The 36th AVENUE | 25 Handmade Gifts Under $5
French Larkspur: Junk Bonanza Part Two
Great use of architectural salvage to create an entrance to an antique booth ~ Ms. Mac's Antiques @ Junk Bonanza....display