If there is ONE thing that Campagne Maison is NOT afraid of, it’s color. This is another “oldie but goodie” that holds a great deal of sentimental value to me. I got this bonnet top china cabinet from my father in the mid 70’s. The DH and I had just purchased a new home and I needed a china cabinet for my new dining room. Luck would have it that my father had recently bought out a used furniture store and the china cabinet was part of the stock. I fell in love with it immediately.
It was its natural walnut finish when I got it; I later “antiqued” it yellow and kept it that color for several years. Then, I stripped it back down to its natural state AND now I have "antiqued" it again.
My china pattern is “Rosewyll”. It was chosen and given to me by my mother approximately thirty five years ago. She has gifted over the years, a set of china to all NINE of her children and her THREE grand daughters. There isn’t anything any prettier than pink roses for a shabby chic farm gal--that is, unless it is yellow ones because they’re my absolute favorite.
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