Baking Beauties: My Baking Wish List

Cake Tin by Typhoon Housewares, Preserve Jar by Viking Direct, Painted Cake Stand by Marsh Home,  Mixing Bowls by Linea at House of Fraser, Kitchen Scale by Viking Direct

Hello lovelies,

Those of you who follow my Instagram know that I have been baking up a storm recently, since we moved and our new kitchen is big and roomy and of course since I got my Kitchenaid, I have been a baking machine.
As it's summer and I'm currently decorating I've been eyeing up quite a few things for my 1950s inspired kitchen. You know how nuts I've gone for my atomic decor so I wanted to extend that vibe into the kitchen and I've picked a selection of my favourite vintage inspired pieces of baking goodness.

1. The cake tin from Typhoon Housewares is a great shape and has fabulous rounded edges and a gorgeous mint green placing it very mid century.

2. This preserve jar from Viking Direct is a must in a kitchen. Everyone has gone mad for mason jars since Pinterest seemingly breeds them. I personally prefer a preserve jar to create that lovely vintage look in a kitchen. Fill these with your flours, sugar, smaller ones for baking powders, tag them with some ribbon and place them on your shelf. Easy vintage.

3.The stunning cake stand is vintage glass and painted by Marsh Home on Etsy. I just love the mad colours, I really want these in all sizes for my kitchen shelves!

4. The retro pastel mixing bowls from Linea at House of Fraser are another useful but focal way of bringing vintage style into your kitchen, the shape and colours are both indicative of the 1950s. These are a shame to just put in a cupboard though!

5. The Salter retro scales from Viking Direct are a lovely chrome and very in keeping with 1950s diner sensibilities and more to the point the Americana of the 50s. Also very useful, great for display.

These are the pieces I'm currently craving for my kitchen, do you guys have a wish list of your own? What's at the top?

Much Love

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