Saturday, March 1, 2014

March Kitchen Window 2014

Welcome March!

March came in like a "lamb" down here in the Sunshine State. This antique chalkware lamb is aged  and worn in a perfect way...he has polka dots!

I love polka dots! In most circumstances, polka dots look contemporary and new. I found this wonderful Susan Winget fabric that has a more prim feel to it and I knew it would look great in my window.

A stack of early breadboards serves as a pedestal for my lamb.

Brown and cream...I love it! Up close the dots look more like spots of paint and the brown is different shades.

More dots! I found these old limestone water filtration balls in Thomasville, Georgia.  The early berry scoop holds berries and bread knives.

I always have ivy plants in my home...they thrive in my sunny windows....especially in the baths with all the steam.

Dots...old brown worn wood...ivy green...antique whites...these are the colors in my March Kitchen Window.

How prophetic that I chose this month to decorate my window with reservoir filtration balls. I've had plumbers in my house fourteen hours a day all week. All is well now...Annie weathered the disruption like a trooper...Mom, not so much. I'll be regrouping over the weekend...Come Monday the electricians will be here to rewire...sigh.

Have a great weekend! I've been trying to visit you all...hope all is well with you...especially your pipes and wires!

Enjoy the day,


  1. Oh wow, this is perfect. You are really creative and I just love what you came up with. I give it a 5 star rating. It's so warm and inviting. Welcome March.

    Renovations are never fun but the rewards are wonderful.
    Have a peaceful weekend.
    Hugs for you and Annie.

  2. Morning Robyn, I adore your March window display. Love the sheep, so prim perfect as all your goodies are. Blessings Francine.

  3. Absolutely love the collection of bread/cutting boards.
    Just read an article on collecting and displaying your boards in A Primitive Place and your display showed how wonderful it could look.

    Have a great weekend.

  4. Gorgeous window as always! I hope all the work goes well and is good plumbing and rewiring and not repairs.

  5. Robyn your Spring window display is adorable!! Love the polka dots.
    Happy Spring

  6. Robyn ~
    I was wondering where you had been. Sounds like something semi-catastrophic. I hope it is better now.
    Your window is perfect as always!!! LOVE your sheepie.
    Hugs from soon to be very snowy northern Ohio ~ again :(
    Hugs :)

  7. Hi Robyn,
    What a beautiful March window, my friend! LOVE the lamb/sheep, and the polka dots add such a touch of fun!!
    We are getting LOTS of rain here at the moment, but expecting the sun to make an appearance soon!
    Hope you have a lovely weekend!!
    Warm Hugs~

  8. Everything in your window is gorgeous!! Love,love the sheep and the breadboards!! Hope that you have a restful week ahead.Blessings,Jen

  9. I love the window Robyn, especially the lantern light.

  10. Wonderful as usual! Wish March would have come in like a lamb here. We had snow again. Janice

  11. Love your window as always...March roared in here with snow and then below 0 temps. First water pipes froze, then no heat. Thank God I have giant fireplace to keep the coop toasty. So I can sympathize with waiting for and having workman in and out all week! All is back to normal today and we hit 10 degrees. Yippee.

  12. Hi Robyn, It's so nice to see what you've displayed from month to month.
    As always it's very pleasing to the eye. I love it!

    Happy March!

  13. I love the polka dots! Cream and brown together, love it.
    I hope that the repairs go smoothly and are soon a distant memory. I have been going through some of the same. UGH!
    Hugs to you and Annie!

  14. Beautiful window sill. The lamb is precious !
    Hoping the plumbers and electricians were a choice and not because of troubles.

  15. You know that spring is coming when people replace their drab winter decorations for livier ones! What's the deal with the people fixing things up, though? Did the pipes burst or something? Hope it's nothing too major. Chalk that one up for a crazy winter!
    Paddy Wright @