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A Little Cream In Your Coffee, A Little Sugar In Your Tea

   I've been promising to show you the Breakfast Room of Daviot House for a while now.  It seems that this room has taken years to come into fruition, and it's true - when I look back at my blog the first seeds were sown in 2014, when I made the small  Dining Closet .  I loved this room for it's brightness and, of course, for my blue and white china collection.  This room is currently undergoing a transormation into something completely different, as Daviot House expanded, and has a much grander dining room now. Then came the  Breakfast Room  in 2019.  I liked this room, but the shelving bothered me.  I felt that a Scottish house should have a curved, in-built china cabinet.  These were very traditional in the early 18th century in Scotland, and are also found in Colonial American interiors of the same period.  Though the china collection would need two to hold my collection! I have had this photo of a Kupjack miniature for the longest time - I find their rooms so inspirati

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