My china pantry shelves are filled to the brim, so…
I’ve filled the countertops below the cabinets, and the ledges above the doors, with more china.
My stove alcove always displays dishes.
A china cabinet in the kitchen overflows with dishes, and the top of the cabinet and the wall hold even more dishes.
My shelves of Quimper are filled to capacity.
No books are stored in the Barrister’s Bookcase in the kitchen, but the bottom shelf is my grand’s doll house (should have straightened that up before taking a picture, but when I’m showing you my stacks and stacks of china, what difference does it make. I just let it all show in this post).
My shelves, which were designed for beautiful display, have been utilitarian, as I’ve continued to cram dishes inside.
There are dishes in the sunroom.
After my previous post, several of you asked about my patriotic dishes. I purchased these several years ago at Tuesday Morning. They were made by Moda Home. I don’t believe they are being made any more. Delores at Vignette Designs did buy some on ebay last year.
There are dishes in the family room,
and even dishes in the master bedroom!The last time I attended this party, bloggers said they couldn’t wait to show their husband’s my dishes, because it would make their collection look miniature! Do ya think I need a Dishalholic Anonymous program? Me too! Go see The Tablescaper for links to a lot of creative ideas for storing dishes. Thank you for coming to see my dish storage, and feel free to show your husband, so he won’t ever again criticize you for bringing home dishes. He’ll just be grateful he’s not married to that Bargain Hunting woman. laurie