I painted the walls a light lemon yellow and painted all the trim white.
On one wall I have a dark pine china cabinet. It is one of the first pieces we bought for our first house. It used to have glass in the doors of the upper part but I tried to move it by myself one time and now it no longer has glass. Oops! Beside it is an unfinished corner cabinet that houses the TV. I have never decided what color it is suppose to be so it is still a work in progress.
On the TV cabinet a colorful rooster crows next to a wreath made of barbwire entwined with sunflowers.
A vintage cake and pie keeper sit on top of the pine china cabinet along with a copper tankard filled with flowers.
I draped vintage napkins with red roses and some yellow flowers which I think are forsythia on the shelves to soften all the white.
At one end of the room is a kind of sitting room with a red love seat. Next to it sits a vintage kitchen table with old green paint with just a hint of red peeking from underneath. It is in found condition and it was a perfect find.
On the other side of the love seat is an old singer treadle sewing machine, a cedar chest painted ivory and a side chair which I plan to recover.
Always in need of storage I bought this red cabinet as an unfinished piece when I bought the TV cabinet. This is why the TV cabinet is unpainted. I have a red painted piece, a green painted piece, and an ivory chest in the room. So I don't know if I should paint the TV cabinet another color or red like the cabinet. Any suggestions?
The top of the red cabinet is home to a chicken sugar and creamer that was given to me by my SIL as a keepsake from her mother when she passed away. Things are just more special when they have belonged to someone you cared about don't you think?