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    changing my kitchen from Red Apples to something else. What is out there for decors for Kitchens?
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    There are a ton of themes for kitchens out there. Mine is simply colors - blue and yellow. Your apple kitchen is so cute!

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    I love your kitchen. So bright and cheery. Mine is done with cows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud
    I love your kitchen. So bright and cheery. Mine is done with cows.
    Where are the pictures hmmm...??? :D

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    I see an old rolliing pin and an old egg beater so you could go with antique collectibles..


    I collect all sorts of old 40s and 50s kitchen stuff. You could find things at yard sales and at junk shops like GoodWill and Salvation army etc. I like spice tins and rolling pins and utensils of that era and I collect white granite ware. You can still find these things in antique stores for not too much. I give $2 or $3 for a spice tin. I have old muffin pans and iron skillets etc.

    If the old collectibles interest you there is a lot out there yet.


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    Chickens seem to be pretty popular on the thread right now!!! And I think there are a lot of chicken stuff out there for kitchens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    I see an old rolliing pin and an old egg beater so you could go with antique collectibles..


    I collect all sorts of old 40s and 50s kitchen stuff. You could find things at yard sales and at junk shops like GoodWill and Salvation army etc. I like spice tins and rolling pins and utensils of that era and I collect white granite ware. You can still find these things in antique stores for not too much. I give $2 or $3 for a spice tin. I have old muffin pans and iron skillets etc.

    If the old collectibles interest you there is a lot out there yet.
    I have some of that, too. I also have a collection of tin recipe boxes. No one I know does that. I have a huge collection of Fire King Jadite that I got when it was still inexpensive. And also a collection of Cobalt blue glass anything!

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    I love your kitchen. I'd personally leave it myself. Its so pretty and so comfy

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    I have all sorts of veggies.. and I hve a collection of animals from enesco that are made of veggies.. like a cauliflower poodle.. and a cucumber alligator.. I must have 30 or more.... it's an illness....................lol

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