metal display cabinet

sponsored by World Market

If you’ve seen our home tour, you’ve seen that we used to have inexpensive metal shelving in our kitchen and breakfast room that served as storage.  It served its purpose for years, until recently when I decided I wanted something a little more polished.  Every Southern woman I know has a china cabinet, and I wanted something to store some of my prettier china and serving pieces, but a a modern gal’s china cabinet, if you will.

This World Market metal display cabinet fits the bill perfectly, and they have so many great display cabinets of all sizes. This one is a little more rustic, clean and simple, while still being extremely sturdy and durable.  It stores our fine china, Annieglass serving pieces and McCarty and Peter’s Pottery (the brown pottery… it’s a Mississippi thing!), along with some bulkier appliances.  Half of our fine china and many of our wedding gifts are still being stored in Mississippi, and I can’t wait until the day when I can have everything in once place!

Some tips to the modern girl registering for her wedding – the best thing I did was ditch Christian and take my sister-in-law to register.  Christian wasn’t into it, and my SIL had gotten married three years prior, so she knew exactly what I needed and didn’t need, so helpful!  The most useful thing I registered for: nice pots and pans.  The best tip she gave me when choosing china: what colors do you like to decorate with? For me, it’s usually white and silver, so I went with a simple china pattern with silver accents.  And my personal tip? Ditch registering for super expensive linens. Etsy and White Elephant Designs both have beautiful, affordable linens with monogram options!

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cabinet c/o World Market, also love this one and this one (both on sale!) | china, love these tea cups and these | goblets | silver ruffled serving pieces | pottery | kitchenaid mixer | julep cups, need these candlesticks to go with them (on sale for $5) | linens here and here, also love these and these (comes in so many colors!) | napkin rings | similar denim here and here | chambray top c/o Sanctuary Clothing

Thanks so much for reading –  hope you guys are having an amazing weekend! XO –

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  1. I love this post! You should have a youtube channel so you can give a tour of it like you did on snapchat!

    Also where is you get those mugs with your initials?

    1. Ha! YouTube is so HARD, I don’t think I’d be very good at it! Those mugs are from HomeGoods!

    1. Thank you so much for the love! I LOVE decorating… my friend just bought a house and has asked for my help, I’m so excited!!

  2. I love your new look china cabinet!
    Just a thought though, the champagne needs to be stored on its side. The reason for this is that it stops the cork from drying out, if the cork dries out then air gets in and the champagne is “corked” – or in other words turns sour. Also a dry cork is really really hard to remove from the bottle!

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