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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

My kitchen window...


Red...red...red...this year I decorated my kitchen window using vintage and antique ornaments.


The more "loved" an ornament is the better I like it. 


The old Santa heads are German.


The old flocked Shiny Brites take me back to my childhood. I'm really enjoying this little bit of nostalgia as I do my daily kitchen routine!


Angela Hillstrom's cardinal...he can look out the window and see the real cardinals at the feeder.


My view...


No matter what the season, this photo is always in my window. Taken years ago, on a visit to Williamsburg, in front of a white house with a black roof...just like our little house.



Hope you enjoyed the view as much as I do every day.

Enjoy the day,
Robyn






22 comments:

  1. Love it !! Beautiful red ornaments....LOVE the old shiny brites.

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  2. A spectacular view!!! I always love to see how you are decorating your kitchen window. So pretty!

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  3. Morning Robyn,
    Oh my...RED...my favorite color! You did it up just perfect - lots of space on the window to display your beautiful treasures. I love your vintage ornaments. My one tree has ONLY vintage on it...and all Mercury. Taken me a few years to collect them but so fun.
    Thanks for sharing your special treasures with us again. I love coming here.
    Karen

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  4. It all looks so pretty and festive. Love your decorations. It must be fun being in your kitchen.
    JB

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  5. Oh Robyn, I love your window, and love visiting your home. I have silver Mercury vintage ornaments and must get them out and on display. Tis the season!
    nancee

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  6. Your Kitchen window is to die for. Mine is not all that big, Something I miss dearly. Red is perfect and very festive too. Have a Blessed & Merry Christmas ... I LUV visiting,
    Barb

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  7. Robyn,
    LOVE your red ornaments and the Santa ones are really great! I love seeing what your window will look like each season! The photo of your precious ones.... could not be more perfect!
    Blessings and hugs!
    Cathy G

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  8. Hi Robyn! I just love it all!
    So warm with memories of the past.

    Beautiful!

    Audrey

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  9. Hi Robyn, love the old glass flocked balls, so so pretty, they look great in the jars.......Can't go wrong with red........wonderful displays, Blessings Francine.

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  10. It's beautiful!! Thank you so much for sharing.

    Enjoy your evening~Becky

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  11. Robyn ~
    Your home needs to be featured in a magazine!!! Your decorating is just so wonderful.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  12. I am red with envy..oops forgot that's the color green for envy. LOL So lovin all of your festive reds!!!!!! Janice

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  13. Love love love your window sill. those vintage santa ornaments make my heart ahhh.
    cathy

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  14. Ahhhh....You KNOW what I like!!! Tres gorgeous Girlfriend....I have jars of old ornaments on my mantle, but those elusive red ones are so...well, ELUSIVE!!! Smiles & Shiny Brite Hugs ~ Robin

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  15. Dear Robyn,
    Once again, you delight with my favorite color.....RED!!! Your kitchen window is just the sweetest spot for all your lovely displays and I love seeing what you will do to make it fit each special day!! That cardinal is gorgeous and makes me want to make some red birdies!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
    Have a great week my friend!
    Warm Hugs~~
    Julie

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  16. So very pretty, I just love touches of red!

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  17. Absolutely terrific! I love how you designed your window. The color of the ornaments is so radiant and charming. It’s perfect for the season! With a big window pane like that, I’m sure that it will provide a great view and ventilation.
    - Sandra Ludwig

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  18. That’s a lovely way to design that window. It can really liven up the atmosphere inside your kitchen! With those decorative ornaments and fixtures, I’m really sure that you’ll be motivated to both cook and bake.
    - Sol Hendricks

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