Sunday, February 23, 2014

About The Pig

I'm still wanting to add more black and
white to contrast with all the drab
brown, especially in the kitchen.

I surrounded the pig with piles of
white plates to bring in more white.

Wild Bill asked if I was actually
going to cook something? 

He seemed a little disappointed
to learn it was just another
decorating binge.

As the saying goes:

"I get the concept of cooking, I just
don't know how it applies to me!"

Mr. Pig is a great tool for adding
a little whimsy to the decor.

I purchased him for $44 about
6 years ago in Salado Texas.

Of course one thing leads to
another, and soon I was tearing
the whole kitchen apart.

About time!

There's still a scarecrow on top
of the cabinet...

And the chalkboard still has
little pumpkins...

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Wow! It looks like everything is out of the cupboards!

  2. I love your little pig. It's funny that's how I spent my day. We ate supper at 8p.m. I sort of threw it together. Good thing Handy Andy will eat just about anything as long as he doesn't have to put it on his own plate all by himself.

  3. I also love your moo above the door.

  4. Rivercrest Cottage,
    Oh, you tease. . .you!!!
    Now, I'm dying to see the "after" photos!!!
    Your Chez Pig is adorable!!!
    I'll be back soon for your new look in the kitchen!!!

  5. I have a pig too and decorate with him all the this!

  6. I've had a pig for about 20 years now, but he isn't colorful, he's all like a white frosted color, maybe with some pig pink showing underneath. And while he's big like your pig he holds tools. Either way he needs glasses, gonna find mine some!

  7. Oh how I love that pig. Blogging around and found your blog. So glad to see you here blogging. So many deserted blogs these days. Thanks for visiting.