I Love Tea Cups

I Love Tea Cups

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Harris-Lass Part II

I'm joining Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday.

And, I'm joining Coloradolady for Vintage Thingie Thursday.

I will start Part II of the tour with a tablescape in the kitchen.

The kitchen has been furnished in the period of the 1930's.
Check out the the vintage tablecloth and toaster.

Vintage refrigerator has a foot peddle on the bottom to open the door if you have a handful of groceries.

Dining room tablescape.  And, notice the vintage record player.

Closer view of the tablescape and the vintage tablecloth.

Vintage tea cart with a small tablescape and a beautiful antique pump organ.

Living Room

Captain Lass's bedroom.  The captain raised German canaries.  Hence the bird cage.

It is wonderful to see the vintage quilts in the cupboard.

Closets full of vintage clothing were found when the estate was sold.

The vintage dress is charming and the cross-stitch picture with the words 'God Bless our Mother' is absolutely wonderful.

The last stop on the tour is the vintage parlor with a tea tablescape waiting for guests to enjoy the hospitality of the Harris-Lass House Historic Museum.    

Thank you for joining My Cozy Corner on a tour into a past century.

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  1. gosh this look so cottagey and I like the kitchen a lot!.. thanks for sharing.

  2. Thank you taking us on this great vintage tour. I enjoyed it and your entire blog.

  3. I love the crazy quilt on the bed!

  4. I think a foot peddle opener for the fridge is awesome...let's bring it back!

  5. What a great tour! My grandmother had a frig like that in her summer cottage. It made so much noise they named it after a famous drummer in a band!

  6. I enjoyed the tour, went back and looked at pt 1 loved the old well house. I am from Ca originally and I've always loved how in Ca they are tall and in a building, when I moved to MO they don't have them, I asked my husband and he said its because the water would freeze. Only a girl from CA would have asked that!

  7. Oh, I enjoyed this tour, I think my favorite part was the kitchen!! Loved the tablesettings, so charming. Have a great VTT!

  8. Sooooo Cool !
    thanks for sharing,

  9. Rooms like this are my favorite form of recycling. Thank you for sharing the tour. Cherry Kay

  10. I loved the tour...that fridge is amazing!

  11. What a great tour. I love that toaster and the foot pedal on the fridge, now why did they get rid of those!

  12. OH I love that grand headboard on the bed! And the crazy quilt coverlet!! Thanks for taking us on this tour!

  13. What a wonderful tour. I enjoyed every photo!

  14. I love your cozy home. It reminds me of some of my days gone by. I am completely new to blogging and I have about as much electronic know how to put in a light bulb and hit the light switch. Keep up the beautiful work.


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