The Story Behind our Pieces: White China Cabinet

  1. Emily304 says:

    Do you know any history or age of the big brown bowl in the last photo? I have one! My dad used to make sourdough pancakes in it. He’s gone now and I’ve wondered where he could have gotten it or how old it was. When he was alive I didn’t think to ask about it. I’m sad I’ll never know now.

  2. Amy Harris says:

    This story touched my heart with all the feels. A lil piece of an old friend and a big piece of your dad. And to have these memories in writing for your kids is priceless. I’ve loved following you & Deb as you built the cottage and can’t wait for lumber prices to become reasonable????So you can start building your home!!

  3. Shawn says:

    You dad did such a great job at reviving pieces of wood into a beautiful piece of furniture. It looks perfect in your new space. Thank you for sharing “the rest of the story” ????

  4. Arlene says:

    Your Dad did a great job! My Dad also had that talent. Looks great in that spot, with your collection!

  5. Karen says:

    Such a wonderful story. Is your Dad still with you?
    Love how you styled this in your entryway. 🙂

  6. Samantha says:

    What a heirloom you have❤️ That’s ammmmazing! He did a good job!

  7. Barb Alexander says:

    The story behind this gorgeous piece is so cool! You could not have picked a better spot for it and the brown crock bowls just make it that much more grand! I live everything you girls do and look forward everyday to see the progress you are making on turning this barn into your home! Great job, ladies!

  8. Jacquella Manuel says:

    I love your stories on all these pieces. This one touches my heart cause you found it with your father, he rebuilt it, used it a d then gave it to you. I bet he is extremely happy that you are finding a place for this piece!! ❤️

  9. Kelly says:

    I love the stories behind all your pieces. This one especially. It’s a beautiful piece. And I love seeing all your crock bowls. I collect them also. My collection is not near as amazing as yours though.

  10. Noël Bodwel says:

    I love hearing the history behind your pieces. It brings some history alive. You two definitely follow the wise advice of only using what you love when you decorate. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Jane Binion says:

    I genuinely like this memory, because it’s a good one with your Dad. It’s really too dang bad. Your folks are missing out.

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