Thursday, June 24, 2010

A touch of red and yellow


I was taking a picture of the pumpkin muffins and got carried away... realizing just how much red and yellow there is in my kitchen.






What can I say... these colors make me happy.  :)

15 comments:

Beth said...

I can tell these colors make you happy!! Very bright and cheerful!!

Manuela@TPOH said...

That's my favorite color combination! It is cheerful isn't it.

Sorry you're having garden issues too. I'll trade you some our our heat and sun for some of your rain!

Manuela

Mrs.Rabe said...

Me too! I love those colors together and use them together in my home!

Nanna said...

I love red! & slowly pulling in a few yellows, I just painted my sewing room yellow & it's having to grow on me LOL love all your red's & yellow's
Helen

Teri said...

I loved seeing your bright and cheerful kitchen! We had the same kitchen floor in our home in St. Paul, MN.

Pen Pen said...

those colors are pretty together... such a cheerful look.

Susan said...

Me too!!

Vee said...

They are bright and cheerful colors on their own, but together...wow!

Brenda Leyland said...

They are fun colors! I'm so glad He give us colors to feast our eyes on!

Roberta said...

Brenda~
God bless you.
I just wanted to say I have that same yellow cart. :)
My Grandmother had it in her home and she gave it to me with a matching yellow stool with pull out steps. Fun to see yours!

Kimberly said...

Cheerful joy in the little things makes all the difference.
We are just back from the library with three big bags of books! Fun! Fun! Fun!

Jill said...

I agree they make me Happy too :)

I luv these "homey" items!

becka said...

Your kitchen is very cheerful. I love all the "old" things!

Dorothy said...

Brenda I am with you on the cheerfulness of yellow and red. I have a pretty bright yellow on my kitchen walls and lots of red accents in my bowl, curtains etc. I love it! So enjoy reading your blog everyday.

Acacia said...

You made me smile. :)
I feel exactly the same way with colors. Thanks so much for sharing that!
Love in Christ,
Acacia*
(*A-cass-ee-ah)