Welcome friends, today I am sharing pics of the Buttery cabinet my husband made for me. I put in my order and he graciously obliged. After the difficult windmill project the Buttery was a breeze. We used "old" red cedar bead board that originally came from a vintage kerosene powered egg incubator. Three of the boards still had a rusty metal vent with screen intact, these were used to control heat and humidity. I used linseed oil as a finish to bring back the wood's natural color, the shelves were painted and then antiqued. I am quite pleased with the Olde Buttery, it is perfectly prim ..................
I had a lot of fun loading the shelves
|Family heirloom, original 6 gallon Red Wing crock|
|From my kitchen collection|
|Handmade Shoo Fly Screen with spiced sugar cakes|
|From my tinware and pewter collection|
|White pitcher collection|