A Pop Of Color

Hello Friends hope you all enjoyed your weekend.They really go by to fast don’t they?
Have you ever gone out junking and found a unique or fun piece only to pass it up and wish you had bought it?Well that is what I did…..again.I was out at our goodwill store and found a blue enamel piece.I LOVE the color.But I thought what would I do with that?And I left it.I went back home opened up my brand new copy of “Romantic Prairie Home” and in the front of the magazine is an article about….you guessed it enamelware.And there is a piece similar in color to the one I passed up.So what’s a girl to do?Well I went back of course.And this time I was lucky it was still there.That normally NEVER happens.

Here it is.I do have the lid but not using it for display right now.Not sure if this is really vintage or not.But it does look old.I love the “Pop” of color it brings to my corner cabinet.Right now I have a vintage enamel coffee pot and dish with some glass bottles and a ball jar.I am going to have fun with this.So many possibilities.I will probably use this to serve food.Don’t think I will use it as a roaster.I can see using it serving salads or big dishes for a party.Would be great to serve beverage bottles with ice.Or a bunch of lavender placed in it with some lace.

You can’t see this with my wonderful camera ..ha! But there are some chips on this and that is one of the reasons I LOVE it!

My advice is do not pass up on something that catches your eye.This was only 5.00.I don’t know why I passed it up.But thrilled it was still there.I just love the color of this.And if I had a better camera you would see this is such a pretty french blue.

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                                                                Anne
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Comments

  1. says

    I love your cabinet and the enamelware piece looks beautiful. I have several pieces of enamelware that I found along the way. I use them out in my garden/patio to hold seed starters and garden tools. I love the old fashioned look and feel of enamelware.

  2. says

    Anne, A beautiful piece of enamelware. It does look lovey with your white cabinet. You have such a beautiful style! So happy to meet you through class and thank you for stopping by my blog!

  3. says

    You are so funny! I’ve done that so many times and been disappointed only to find something GONE that I wanted. Love the hint of BLUE!

    xoRebecca PS: My kitchen won’t be done for many, many moons. We are paying as we go so that means it’s slow going. HAHAHAHAHAH

  4. says

    Definitely French blue and a fabulous piece. So glad it was still there. The best piece of old enamalware I have ever found was an old French orange polka dot pitcher. That was years ago before I had my website. Sold it on ebay for a pretty good price. Why I didn’t keep it, I don’t know. It was so cool! :)

  5. says

    Your corner cupboard is soooo charming! And, you’re right, i’ve passed up cool things, that spoke to me… and then later will see the same thing in a magazine, and be so mad at myself for not following my instincts!

    Cindy

  6. says

    Great color on that enamelware! Good advice to snatch something up when you love it, even if you don’t know what to do with it yet.
    It looks perfect in that cabinet! I just got that magazine today, and am poring over its’ beautiful articles. :)

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