Friday, December 15, 2006

Christmas Tour of Homes, Part 2

Continuing on with the Christmas Tour of Homes, we'll walk through the living/dining room to the kitchen.

My Christmas dishes are the Pfaltzgraff Winterberry pattern, which I use from December - February. I just love this pattern. I have a service for 8 and also have the silverware, glasses, tea towels, napkins, kitchen rugs, and oven mitt. Many of the pieces have been gifts over the years, for both Christmas and birthday, since my birthday is December 20th. The picture of the S&P shakers, creamer, sugar bowl, and tea mugs on the Winterberry ceramic tray is up close so they all look big!

My stove. I burned the back two Winterberry burner covers last year by turning on the wrong burners, and I haven't been able to find another set. :( Updated on 12/16: I just bought a new set of Winterberry burner covers on eBay for $14.99! I knew you'd all want to know that!

The shelf over my sink, which includes Winterberry candle holders, soap dispenser, and candy dish. And yes, there are Hershey's chocolates in there! Help yourself! =)

I also decorate my powder room, off the kitchen, in snowmen!

Well, that's it. I hope you enjoyed the tour! I've enjoyed your visit!

Merry Christmas!


ChupieandJ'smama said...

I love the Winterberry pattern. Very pretty. The snowmen in the bathroom are a nice touch! Thanks for the tour and have a Very Merry Christmas.

Anniesue said...

Your Christmas dishes are gorgeous! Is it hard just to use them at Christmastime?

Debbie said...

I also like the dishes, but where is the teapot? I just love teapots.:) Merry Christmas!

Debbie said...

I love the dishes too, however, I didn't see a teapot. I just love teapots!

Jada said...

Anniesue - Yes, it is hard to just use them at Christmastime, especially since I now store them in a kitchen cupboard and not down in the basement. They are too heavy to lug up and down the stairs!

Debbie - I have tea kettle. Does that count? hehehe