Our every day dishes are Spode Blue Italian Transferware and I keep them in a drawer in our kitchen.
My 2nd set of dishes are our Christmas dishes which are kept on the bottom shelf of the cupboard where we keep our everyday mugs and glasses.
Our Wedding china, Noritake Château, is kept in our antique Chinese sideboard which is in our dining area. Later on I would love to show you my very first Tablescape using this china.
I also keep platters and other dishes in this sideboard.
My my Tea cup collection is also kept in our dining area and I also display some of them under my cloche. I love decorating with my cloche!
One of my favourite storage ideas is found in our kitchen. When we renovated our kitchen I made sure we used every available space to store things. This is where I keep my slow cooker, sandwich press, food processor and hand held blender. I love this cupboard!
I also made sure that my silverware could be stored neatly.
My Tea Towels have their own special drawer, right next to my knife block...only small visitors who love drying dishes will find the sharp knives! I think I am safe!
Some of my sweet bloggy friends have seen my pantry but if you haven't seen my Pantry and Tupperware collection just click here!
As I said before I would really love to show you some pictures my very first Tablecsape that I posted on Susan's Tablescape Thursday using our Noritake Wedding china.
The original post can be found here. It was nearly Summer here in Australia when I first started blogging so since it is nearly Summer in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought it might be nice to share my Tablescape again Today!
I hope I haven't bored you to Tears with my "stuff!"
I will end this post with a Tune...A shameless plug for my Sunday Song meme that I host each weekend. If you would like to join in and share your favourite music please do!
The Ten Tenors (also known as TTT) are an Australian musical ensemble.
Formed in 1995, they spent much of their early career Touring small towns and universities. They didn't come to the attention of the international community until they made an appearance at the Eurovision Grand Prix de la Chanson in Kiel, Germany. The Ten Tenors' ability to mix classical, rock, and opera with a distinctly Australian flair has resulted in award-winning Albums like One Is Not Enough, Larger Than Life, Tenology, and 2006's Here's to the Heroes.
I hope you enjoy their version of Gladiatore.
Thanks for having me today
Best wishes and thanks so much for Taking the Time to come and visit! I so appreciate it!
Natasha In Oz