Let's start our tour in the dining room. Here is the fellow that started all this rooster craziness. Originally he belonged to my maternal grandmother. I loved him so much that eventually he made his way to my house and has been very happy here ever since. I don't have many things that belonged to my grandmother, so Mister Rooster is very special to me. That is why I couldn't let him be lonely, so I had to start collecting more roosters.
Here are a few of Mister Rooster's little buddies. These were all picked up at garage sales or thrift stores through the years. You can tell by their chips and cracks that they are vintage, and I don't mind a little imperfection.
Grandma's rooster has some fancier friends he can look up to as well. This piece came from Hobby Lobby (on clearance of course).
I even found a set of 4 Warren Kimble rooster plates and a matching cream pitcher at Goodwill.
Just last week, my husband spotted this Metlox Poppy Trail rooster bowl at the thrift store. I couldn't pass it up at only 99 cents!
I bought these prints at the thrift store. I still can hardly believe they were only $3.50 each.
This rooster banner welcomes you into our kitchen.
When my rooster hand soap dispenser broke, I put a stopper into the hole because I just couldn't bear to part with it and it's darling crackled finish.
I located this rooster and hen hanging rack at a salvage store. It was originally designed to hang a valance on, but I thought it would be lots more fun to hang my vintage metal and wood treasures from it.
That is all the roosters roosting inside, but you can't leave until you see this rooster sign out by the corn field. Isn't it cute!
Now roosters may be popular and stylish, but on this farm there is only one chicken who rules the roost, my sweet little red hen. Bossy little Sister tells all of us what to do.
Drop back by the farm soon and we will visit some of the other animals. Have a blessed weekend.