Thursday, 17 May 2012

Revamped kitchen cupboard for Orla mugs etc..

I picked up this old glass cabinet from Totnes market a while ago and although I initially had fabrics in it, I decided my Orla Kiely mag collection and other vintage pieces would look better in it, in the kitchen area. It needs a bit more of a paint (I might paint coloured doors) but I think it suits these items better





13 comments:

barnigjendesign said...

Oh, so nice.
I think the salt, pepper and the buttercup i norwegian from Figgjo, designed by Turid. Is that correct?

Jane Foster Blog said...

Hi,
Yes, that's correct! I've had these for years now and adore them. They were a beautiful find. I love 60s Norwegian ceramics.

Lauren Halliday, Filmed to the Brim said...

Your salt and pepper shakers are super cool! I love all the mish mash of colours!

Rainbow Vintage Home said...

What a wonderful display, so many lovely colours and patterns. IO love that little rainbow jug, I remember reading your blog post when you bought that!

Happy in red said...

I don't mean to be rude, but I am drooling over your cupboard ;-)
Esther.

ND! said...

Love the patterns & colors :)!

I was wondering if you might know who made the salt lady,I happen to have the same myself and also the small pepper son.
Figgjo it's not as they just confirmed its not one of their designs,some say it is Porsgrund others Arabia (Emilia)... Hopefully you know something more,crossing my fingers :)

Jane Foster Blog said...

I've a feeling the small salt lady on the left might be by Arabia Finland or even Stig Lindberg. Will have to do some more research. I know it's quite rare.

Modern Country Lady said...

adorable!

ND! said...

OoO,Stig Lindberg,that would be really exciting :)

Van said...

Hi Jane

I think she may have been made by Porsgrund, Norway, she misses her partner, a small chap. Your collection is lovely!

Pomme de Jour said...

Nice mugs, i'll show you my top shelf tins later ;)

lou said...

*SWOON* there is so much loveliness in that cupboard! How light and bright your home is too... ust gawjus! x

Fröken Pyssel said...

Wow, so beautiful!! I LOVE the salt and pepper shakers!