Monday, January 14, 2013

Cottage Vintage Style Week

Welcome Friends to Etsy Cottage Style's newest and second week of the month's blog link party sharing our Cottage Vintage Style treasures.

So happy you could join me today as I updated my vintage dining room and right in time to share for this weeks fun from ECS.

My hutch is a treasure and I have enjoyed it for over 30+ years.
 Last January, I painted it black with distress and truly love this look taking it from a country style to more of a farmhouse cottage look.

The three glass doors on the top had grids that I removed and recently added some stain glass appliques that can be removed if needed.
Added ivory crackled knobs and carved wood accents to the top and lower doors.
The center drawers are the original hardward painted.
The top shares space with my white rooster collection and cloches with white birds.
The rose painting is very old and a found treasure from a junkin trip.
The inside stores country whites and glass treasures.
Some of the pieces here are 40 years old and very special,
 like the candle holders from Ireland
in the second pic.
For the hutch deck top,
 I simply enjoy a mix of old keepsakes changing this around often with the seasons.
Across the room, sits an old Barley Twist buffet.
On the wall above is an old shelf wall cabinet for display and storage.
 To the bottom of the wall cabinet I added double pegs placed close together for a creative way to display and hang vintage stemware.
Love the Barley Twist Legs with added distress and painted black.
To the double doors,
 I stenciled a french design and simply set a collection of what not treasures to the top in an old metal tray.
 Quick to move away, when I might need to use the buffet for serving.
On the table I set a vintage oval white lace tablecloth that is 40 years old and in excellent condition.
 I have enjoyed this my entire married life and love it.
Thank you for visiting my Cottage Vintage Style dining room with a farmhouse style look.

  Have a great week
Celestina Marie


My Vintage Life said...

It's all so breath takingly beautiful! I LOVE the stain glass effect you applied! It gives the hutch so much character!

Jan Hermann said...

Oh, how pretty. I love those stained glass appliques - where did you get them? Your chandelier is so pretty, those shades!

deb said...

Everything in your dining room is to die for, simply gorgeous!! Love the appliques and what a clever idea to hang stemware. Just breathtakingly beautiful!

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

I remember when you were painting your hutch, last year! It is beautiful! Your china just pops with the black is all so elegant, yet comfy, and inviting!
I adore your little platter with the pink roses!!
♥ Jil

Ginny said...

I have been tossing around the idea to paint my china cabinet black also. I painted an Italian provincial gold desk, black, and it is lovely. The china cabinet will be a real project for me. Where do you buy the stained glass effect? I like that idea a lot. My cabinet is one of the first things we purchased when we were first married but now it looks tired (like me.LOL!)

izary said...

OCH, PRZEPIĘKNY kredens, a te szklane ornamentowe drzwiczki, piękne gałki szufladowe, wygladają jak marmur :)
No i ptaszki pod kloszami skradły moje serce,
Celeste, cudnie :)

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Friends,
Just wanted to add in here, the appliques can be found at Joann's in all sorts of different designs. Prices and colors vary.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

What a gorgeous piece, Celeste! It shows off your white pieces beautifully. Love the appliques you added to the glass doors. I had to give my hutch up {my daughter has it now} when we moved, but I always loved the glass doors on mine.

Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME said...

Oh didn't say...but I gotta know...where did you get those stained glass appliques? That is way cool!

Grandma Linda's Daydreams said...

Beautiful! I love your painted hutch and how pretty you decorated the entire room! So glad you visited my blog and I'm your newest follower!
Blessings! Linda @ Grandmalay"s Daydreams

NanaDiana said...

WOW! That is beautiful. I love how painting all the pieces black tied everything together. And that leading on the glass of the hutch is perfect! I hope you NEVER take it off- unless your style changes, of course!;>)

The whole room is just very pretty. Hope you are having an awesome Monday. xo Diana

Redecórate con Lola Godoy said...

Wow, is wonderful your blog, beautiful and more interesting, congratulations. Kisses from Spain.

Hayu Maselli said...

Dearest Celestina,

Just...WOW..your kitchen so French look.
Even I love more white but black distressed cabinet such awesome look.
making me fall in love with black distressed furniture,why not.
compliment for your all your treasures.have a nice week
love to you

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

LOVE it all. Who would ever want to leave that room !

Red Rose Alley said...

Your hutch is simply gorgeous. I love the contrast with the white dishes against the black hutch. The black and white tea pot caught my eye also. My husband gave me a hutch many years ago, and it is my favorite piece of furniture that was made in Italy. I will never part with it. Our hutches say a little bit about ourselves, and we can put so many treasured items in them. I loved browsing through yours.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Mari said...

Oh Celeste,
I so remember when you painted your hutch...
It's turely beautiful, you out did yourself sweetie, your dinning room looks so warm and inviting ;)


Anonymous said...

Hi Celestina Marie,
Your black is stunning! I love the look, especially the stenciled piece, thank you for stopping by and the instructions on the photo's, will give that a try, You have a very talented eye for decorating, have a good week!

GlorV1 said...

Hi I came from Maria's blog and wow. I love your style. The black is awesome. Very nice, thank you for sharing.

Anne said...

Hello, Dear! This is so the black! I've come to your blog from the blog of one of my sweet commenters ~ you know how that goes ~ :) ~ Now following you!
So nice to "meet" you!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Gorgeous!! Your whole room is perfect! You are going to have to tell us more about stained glass appliques...I have never heard of them!!


JP said...

What a beautiful hutch, Celeste...someday I hope to acquire one of my own. More space for more displays!
I appreciate you stopping by with your kind comments on my posts!

DeeDee said...

how did you know I love black furniture.. you room is so lovely.. :D

Little Miss Maggie said...

Your black hutch is beautiful. I love distressed black, and what a great idea to add the faux stained glass. A wonderful finishing touch.

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

So very lovely!!


1CardCreator said...

First thing I saw was the stained glass windows, how smart of you to remove the grids and put them in their place! The black looks stunning too, really gives it all a dramatic look. Your home looks beautiful and so welcoming Celeste! Your tablecloth is gorgeous too,so nice that it has withstood so many years for you. ~Diane

Krystal Kats said...

Beautiful Celeste Marie. What wonderful treasures! the vase if very lovely and the lace tablecloth is beautiful. Have a wonderful New Year! Hugs

Donna said...

What a beautiful farmhouse cottage dining room, Celestina! I love your black hutch, all of your white lovelies are a perfect contrast. And I am drooling over your silver coffee pot! The wood and stained glass appliques are such a great idea. It all looks so inviting and pulled together!! Have a great night:)

Unknown said...

Hi there sweets,
So glad you liked Downton and I must say your hutch looks fabulous dark and the appliques are a wonderful addition. Your blog had made some beautiful changes and I will have to get back for more visits just to catch up.
Hugs and love, Marilou

Unknown said...

Awesome! What a change, Celeste. Love the stained glass touch. What a lot of changes here since I got over last. Beautiful.

Hope all is well with you & the family ... & your New Year started off with a bang.

Take care, miss you ...
Hugs & love,

Creations by Marie Antoinette and Edie Marie said...

I'm so glad to hear from you Celeste!!!
Everything has come together perfectly. The colors are outstanding and so beautifully done.I just love it and may ask your help this spring. I need the china cabinet painted.The one in my craft room.
I'm glad you stoped by Hon.I wanted to let you know that
sherry's PC is down for a couople of days.Her and wes are painting.
Glad you liked our post.This was the first time I broke an egg in a glass since I was really young.I was so amazed that I got that image.But rest asure Dearest...LOL..being a true Southern...I made the blackeye peas and cabage.And the ham...LOL
I don't need no more bad luck.And I wish you all the very best.I love you Dearest,
XXOO Marie

Tina said...

so beautiful detail

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Celestina Marie
Celestina Marie

Welcome To Rose Garden Market from Celestina Marie Design. It is so nice to meet you. My name is Celestina Marie named after my grandmother and my friends call me Celeste.My creative journey extends over 30 years enjoying the love of painting and redesigning vintage and new treasures. I love to go treasure hunting and the fun of finding great vintage pieces to redesign..