Open House ~ Breakfast Room Tour

Hello, friends!  Welcome to our breakfast room.  We eat in this space on a daily basis and it's a very lived-in and cozy area of the house.

Baby pumpkins, vintage lace napkins and dishes in this cozy breakfast room tour at Postcards from the Ridge.

It doesn't usually look quite this nice, but since I knew "guests" were coming, I decided to spruce it up a little.  I found a vintage book of sheet music at an estate sale a few months ago and used a few of the pages for placemats.  I love the pattern of the music notes.


Vintage sheet music for placemats, baby pumpkins, vintage dishes and more in this cozy breakfast room tour from Postcards from the Ridge.

I have a mix of collected dishes that have come from thrift stores, junk stores, and places like Marshall's and TJ Maxx.  I always love to combine old and new items.  It just seems to add such character to a setting.

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More vintage and new items mixed together here.  The compote is newer, but the white platter is vintage.  The scrunched up table cloth is a yard sale find.  The vintage lace napkins were found at an antique shop.  Again, I love mixing old and new...mostly old, whenever possible.  


Vintage, new, and organic items are used in this cozy breakfast room at Postcards from the Ridge.

I prefer using natural decor in our home.  There's just something special about the texture, aroma, and feel of using organic items.  Maybe it's because I love nature and being out in it.



Yet more vintage dishes, mixed with some pears, baby white pumpkins and Indian corn over in the hutch.  I added some sunflowers here as well.  I love the color of these.  I found them at the grocery store!



What are you thankful for today?  There's always something to be thankful for.




Breakfast room tour.  I love the baby pumpkins and vintage dishes!

Baby pumpkin in a vintage teacup.  How fun is that?



The whole space.  I'm considering changing the paint color on the walls, but haven't decided on the perfect shade just yet.  And yes, the chairs are each painted in a different color because someone has a hard time settling on just one shade.  :)



We usually have four chairs at the table, but every couple of months my 17-year-old daughter has her friends over for lunch and they all crowd around here.  There's usually 8 or so high school seniors, boys and girls, sitting elbow to elbow and laughing and talking and eating everything in sight.  I really love those days.  There's just a happy, energetic vibe in the house when they all come over.


The breakfast room tour.  Ironstone and transferware mixed with pumpkins, Indian corn and pears are just a few ways to decorate for fall.

The hutch.  I love to collect ironstone platters and pitchers and have about 20 years' worth.  The patterned dishes get changed out seasonally.  There will be red transferware and goblets on display here in just a few weeks when it gets a Christmas makeover.  One year during the 4th of July I added some blue willow dishes with the red transferware.  It's a fun way to get into the spirit of the season.

So, what do you think?  Will you stop by sometime and eat with us now that you've seen our breakfast room?  We've always got room for more!


Just in case you missed it, last week I shared a tour of our kitchen.  To view it, click here.

For a peek at our family room, go here.

To see the living room, visit here.

Our guest room can be seen here.

The master bathroom is found here.


Thanks for stopping by and touring the breakfast room!

XOXOX,

Angie

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10 comments

  1. I"d love to come over. May I bring my delicious sweet rolls? Seriously, everything looks wonderful and I really like your ironstone pitchers - I am looking for some but haven't found them in a price I want to pay :-)

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    1. Sweet rolls? You're speaking my language. You can come over any time! And most of my ironstone pitchers have come from yard sales or rummage sales. Thanks for stopping by! ~ Angie

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  2. I wish i lived right next DOOR . I would be a regular sister !!! LOVE the setting and the PLATES GUSH LOVE LOVE did I say LOVE ..YES I DID >>LOVE them !!! HUGS and hope that your breakfast is always blessed .. TOODLES and have a wonderful rest of the week my friend

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    1. You're so sweet! I wish you lived next door too! So glad you like all the dishes! Have a great weekend! ~ Angie

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  3. What a beautiful and welcoming table you set. The hutch looks so pretty too, great touches!

    Cynthia

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    1. Thanks so much, Cynthia! Have a great weekend! ~ Angie

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  4. Such a warm and inviting space. I love all of your little touches from the scrabble letters to the sheet music. Super creative!

    Jen

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    1. Thanks, Jen! I think the Scrabble tiles are so fun! And the sheet music adds such a nice pattern to the mix. Thanks for dropping by! ~ Angie

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  5. I love your hutch....in fact your entire dining room!!! Yes, I am also a dishaholic...much to my spouse's chagrin!!!
    Blessings to you,
    J

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    1. Thanks, Jaybird! I'm such a dishaholic too! Have a great weekend! ~ Angie

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