We recently moved, so I began the packing process weeks before our actual departure date. By the last week at home, all of the Pyrex had been packed... and my kitchen seemed eerily empty.
Needless to say, I definitely stressed about packing the Pyrex. (I need to apologize to the environment for the amount of bubble wrap and packing paper I used to pack everything!)
Apparently my packing priorities paid off though, because all of my pretties made it to our new location absolutely unscathed.
We ended up moving to a different apartment than the one we originally wanted, but this one is so much nicer and has MUCH more kitchen space. I nearly passed out when I saw all of the cabinets. (Some of you may remember that I believe I formerly had the smallest kitchen in America, so this is a great bonus. I'm giddy!)
Now, for the first time ever, I have enough space to actually display my Pyrex!
I'm looking forward to changing it up for different seasons, but for now, these are the two main colors I have in the kitchen.
Any of you Pyrex collectors moving this summer, too? If so, happy packing!
I love the gold & turquoise together. So so pretty! Congrats on moving - so happy there were no casualties! My hubby & I will be moving within the next year...the thought of packing all my pretties is terrifying. Wahh!ReplyDelete
Oh good luck with the move! We're hoping to not do this again for quite a while ;) The Pyrex probably stressed me out the most!Delete
I love those 2 patterns together, I did that once....may have to do it again!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I have the most of these two colors at the moment, but the pink collection is also growing.Delete
Oh, that totally just made me nervous for you! I would be so stressed if I had to pack mine up, which thankfully won't be a concern of mine for a long long time.ReplyDelete
I like those two colors together! It looks awesome!
Well, at least they all made it safely! It definitely made me nervous for a while... I think half of our truck was bubble wrap though, so that's how they made it ;)Delete