I’m really digging the pig kitchen decor of late. As time is on my side in today’s world of thinking twice about venturing out if it’s not necessarily a necessity, it leaves me unhurried time to explore new things out there in internet land.
Last week I shared with the Places In The Home Facebook page followers a new page I’ve started to follow, Cooking with Brenda Gantt.
Miss Brenda cooks up Southern favorites with her own unique flavor of the South.
Homemade buttermilk biscuits.
Chicken and dumplings.
Marinated vegetable salad.
Hot water cornbread.
Orange pineapple ice cream.
Candied sweet potatoes.
To quote Brenda, “Its gonna be good y’all!”
And it was!
Brenda shops the local farmers market, Wingard’s Produce, and a Southern staple of grocery store traditions, Piggly Wiggly aka The Pig for fresh fruits, vegetables and meats.
I get the biggest kick out watching Brenda’s farm to table videos complete with antique and vintage wares, no nonsense tips and tidbits, and a cooking show and tell of people seen and items purchased on her trips to The Pig.
Cooking and decorating inspiration is everywhere, and this particular Cooking with Brenda Gantt video inspired me to prepare a recipe favorite of pork tenderloin with roasted new potatoes and herbs de provence carrots and to revisit this six year old pig kitchen decor blog post.
This particular pig post has taken on a life of its own.
Dave the Builder asked me what I sourced today.
Suffice it to say I’ve pigged out, decoratively speaking, on pig kitchen home decor for the better part of two weeks now.
Time flies like a pig with wings when you’re having all things house that make a home fun.
Sharing home decor accents and accessories with you all is a labor of love, and my personal taste guides the selections.
My pig kitchen decor choices lean toward the classic, the vintage, the whimsical, the unusual, and the traditional with a touch of farmhouse flair thrown in for good and stylish measure.
If you follow me, you’re already aware of my affinity for using decorative items for something different other than the intended use of said object.
This Winged Pig Bird Feeder is my idea of a breakfast table or kitchen island centerpiece focal point fruit bowl.
This Cape Craftsmen Pig Planter will easily fill the bill as a planter, but it’s also decoratively capable of becoming a stylish desk accessory for the kitchen home.
Staying on the subject of breaking with convention and the art of focal point pieces for kitchen island placement, this Nichols Bros. Stoneworks Cast Stone Brother Pig Garden Statue in Dark Walnut makes a grand showing and perfect best in show pig presentation.
Meet Sooie the sous chef.
Outdoor kitchens and fireplaces need pig kitchen decor love, too!
Maxwell the Geico pig goes weee weee weee all the way home.
Pierre the Pig goes oui oui oui as a très magnifique addition to your pig kitchen decor collection.
It seems that every other commercial on iHeartRadio is for Mercari, an e-commerce marketplace loaded with treasures.
I’ve not listed on nor purchased from the site, but I do have my eye on several items of home decor interest.
Chalk this little black resin chalkboard piggy up to pig kitchen decor delightful.
With thoughts of the fall into autumn season beginning to pique my interest, I’m thinking how great these pig shaped serving pieces will look filled with seasonal fruits, cheeses, and delicious dishes.
Cookbooks stack up well when placed between a set of stylish bookends.
Click on the link to get the recipe for Marranitos (Mexican Gingerbread Pigs) from Isabel Eats.
Coming to a DIY pig kitchen decor project near you is the subject line of the email sent to Dave the Builder last night when inspiration struck.
Gorgeous best describes the stunning 24 carat gold “lucky pig” table lamp with a gold lined black lamp shade, however, the price is not so right for my lighting budget.
In a box buried deep in the Places In The Home climate controlled storage unit is my cast iron pig mold purchased eons ago at an antiques store in Forney, Texas.
When the dust settles in these crazy times it’s going to be like Christmas rediscovering packed away treasures.
Pair this polka dot pig with pink Himalayan salt and you’ve got yourself a super cute salt pig.
Still trending strong, farmhouse style and its design derivatives continue to resonate with decoristas.
The elements of inviting, simple yet elegant, and comfortable chic work well together in creating a visually pleasing balance.
‘Ham and Bacon Retro Advertising Pig’ Vintage Plaque
For the home bar set up in the kitchen or kitchen adjacent, the Pleasant Pig Card Holder is mix and mingle marvelous as a pig kitchen decor bar accent.
Visions of fall decorating have begun to dance in my head.
While the dough bowl pulls fall in the kitchen duty, this new addition to my fall decorating decor accessories lineup will house gourds, mini pumpkins, and regional fall foliage.
Pig kitchen decor comes in variety of styles ranging from I ♥ country French to vintage whimsy to farmhouse chic.
Avoiding decor items that tend to be too trendy by opting for those that have staying power such as classic form, good bones, and clean lines promotes a stylish result and keeps the what in the world was I thinking when I bought this regret at bay.