HARVEST IN THE HUTCH

The little built-in corner hutch in my dining room changes with the seasons
This Autumn I was inspired by 4 pumpkin tureens I purchased last year.
These pretty pumpkins were on sale at HomeGoods for $3.00 a piece! I scooped them up right away. I took the only 4 they had! I love a good bargain! 

So I took my cue from the  soft colors in the pumpkins and embellished my small hutch with whites, greens and browns… and quiet variations of these colors.

I kept it simple and let the mix of organics and dishes play together.
The look is clean and tidy with a sense of symmetry and calm.
Little touches of Fall in a stack of leaf bowls.

One of my favorite SG tricks is to stack cups and add a little something. Here, a stripped gourd nests in white porcelain cabbage cups.

The dishes on the wall to the left of the hutch belonged to my grandmother, Nani. I must get my love for dishes honestly!
These sweet little pumpkin tureens will tarry here until right after Thanksgiving… unless they are called into service for a tablescape
I am participating in WOW US WEDNESDAY at Savvy Southern Style/
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  1. says

    Lovely display…good find Yvonne. I like the turkey plates too as transferware is my favorite collectible next to fabric…(sigh…) Turkey plates are a big deal around here….

  2. says

    I love all your harvest dishes and pumpkins :) ahh and the special dishes are fabulous from my Grandma.

    I have a corner cabinet very similar to yours…But mine needs to be painted STAT! ha-ha

    xo
    Kay Ellen

  3. says

    Hi Yvonne, I love the little built-in hutch in your dining room. The pumpkins are the perfect touch here to add a seasonal touch. I like how you added the fall foliage, pumpkins to the bowls. I love the beautiful display.
    Hope your enjoying your fall.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

  4. says

    What a pretty display, Yvonne! We do love bargains & you certainly got some good ones with those darling tureens!! I love the turkey plates, too.

  5. says

    Yvonne,
    I adore your softer hues for Autumn in your corner cabinet, dear! Exquisite! All the dainty details have me swooning!!! You are so cleaver with the decor IN the cup and saucer. Such an inspiriation…and YES!!!, I need to re~work the downstairs china cabinet! It’s on my “to do” list for tomorrow!
    Fondly,
    Pat

  6. says

    Good evening my friend. I just got home and ran right over here. I was hoping to see some of your decorating and VOILA!!! The hutch looks SO pretty with just simple touches of fall. LOVE those soup tureens, what a deal you found. Thye would be PERFECT with my large tureen so IF they HAPPEN to go missing…..IT WASN’T ME!!!!!!!!!:):) It all looks beautiful. XO, Pinky

  7. says

    Yvonne, I’ve always dreamed of having a corner cabinet. Such fun to see yours and love the idea of changing it with the seasons. Thanks for the inspiration! ~ sarah

  8. says

    Beautiful Fall display, can’t even imagine keeping all of those beautiful dishes behind closed doors…your vignettes are so pretty I could sit there drinking tea and enjoying the view for hours.

    Jermaine

  9. says

    Hi Yvonne! I have been a terrible blogger. Life is busy! I always love stopping by though to see what you have to share with us. Your blog is better than a magazine.

    What beautiful fall dishes you have. Love those turkey plates!!
    Donna

  10. says

    Yvonne, love that aerial view of your cabinet! and I never thought to put a “charger look” on a plate “easel” (sp)–lovely! Loves festively autumnal!

    BTW I commented on your blog how much I liked the shape of your Mikasa teacup. LOL I was at my Bible study last night and drinking out of a cup just like that–as I do every time we meet–I suddenly realized why it was so familiar looking!

  11. says

    I love the tureens, and what a buy….I would have scooped them up too. You’ve displayed them beautifully.

    Don’t you just love dishes that came from family? I know I love each and every one of mine.

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