Serving up Simplicity

Some people use rest stops or restaurants to take a break when they travel.
I'm proud to say that my girls love a good antique shop stop!!

On a 'browse only' stop I saw this long metal rectangular 'thing'...
My sweet girls caught me gazing at it, but I reminded them we were just their to look. The youngest mentioned how many great ways she knew I would use it and soon the vision was born that it would be great for holding our every day dishes! It now became a need -- right?? 


Originally I thought it would be down the middle of our table, but actually it's great on our oversized DIY island. Dishes are handy and there's a bit of a divider from the prep side to the eating side. 


With the casual of summer dining it has been fantastic!! Grab a plate, a coaster, dessert...


And I FINALLY have a place to feature my rolling pin splurge from Anthropology!
The napkins are nestled inside the pantry tin and the pin keeps them from blowing away when we are blessed with a cross breeze.


From R7 to you --
Be a blessing.

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5 comments:

Grantham Lynn said...

Oh Tenniel so nice to meet you. Glad you found me. I am looking for horse buddies.
I will look for a follow button and hang around awhile. I sure do miss the lifestyle.
Mine are more memories but I do love me a Cowboy and his horse!

acorn hollow said...

I love it so very handy also great for vases of flowers and candles down it.
cathy

Tenneil at R7 said...

Thanks! My girls can't wait to see it at Christmas filled with greens and goodies. Thanks for stopping by.

Tenneil at R7 said...

Those Cowboys are good to love. Glad you stopped over!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I love it, it's a perfect way to showcase all your pretty accessories. Thanks so much for sharing at Vintage Inspiration Party.

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