Vintage and Rustic Estate Sale Decor
I want to thank everyone for sharing their stories and journey’s with me on Friday; I felt so inspired when I read your comments! I wanted to share with you some of my recent vintage and rustic estate sale decor finds. I was so excited when I found some of these items. I always love a good estate sale find!
This weekend, I was able to get out and hit a few garage sales and estate sales. I love how things just come together sometimes!
I had found the vintage bottle carrier when I went to the flea market last weekend with Tracey, but the blue vintage canning jars I found this weekend, for 50 cents a piece on half price day and they fit perfectly! They are the prefect shade of blue and I know I am going to get a ton of use decorating with them.
I am supposed to be buying stuff for the Nada Sale, but I might have to keep this one. I don’t know if i can part with it!
I found an old ironing board and enamelware pitcher. The lady wanted to sell me the matching urinal, but I had to “just say no” on that one. It is in such great shape though and a bouquet of home grown flowers would be perfect on a table!
A vintage milk bottle carrier with some on the tiny milk bottles. Again, I might not be able to part with it. This is a pretty amazing vintage metal decor piece. It’s in such great shape too!
Plus the bottles look so cute lined up on my window sill with mint and marigolds inside!
The old oil can was a flea market find. I think it would be so pretty with some lavender or roses in it, or even dogwood or crab apple branches for fall. These are such fun vintage and rustic estate sale decor!
And I loved these silver platters, they have so many uses from decor to display. I used them in my Vintage Tea Collection.
Especially this one. It’s really cool with the engraving! I wonder what someone won it for? These vintage and rustic estate sale finds are also so fun with imagining their history !
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I found my way home from work, and that’s about it on this end.
I couldn’t part with any of your awesome treasures, either!
I wouldn’t be able to part with any of those items either;D
Ooooh Jen you had me at “estate sale finds!”
The carriers are great… they would be hard to part with.
There is something timeless about the trays too. Always a great way to bring the atmosphere up a notch to “elegeant.”
Bella Rosa Antiques
I love the carriers and the roses.
Wonderful finds! I love the canning jars and the bottles.
~*~* I LOVE everything!!! Awesome finds~*~*Lucky girl!!~*~*
I made a good haul on Friday at a thrift I hit every few months. I posted about it yesterday. I’m still cleaning out the 22 mini apothecary jars I snagged for $3. 🙂
I don’t think I could sell any of your finds….delicious!
LOVE the bottles and the carriers. I would say do not part with those. 🙂
that is the nature of this kind of thing isn’t it? because I just found a slew of old strawberry little boxes and can’t wait to fill them!
Matching urinal…awesome. I don’t know how you passed that one up!!!
What fun finds! I especially like the vintage bottle carrier full of blue jars. I wasn’t able to hit a yard sale this weekend, and I feel like I’m running out of time and good weather!
what a great haul!!! sandwich fair – i just spent the last five days there. that is beautiful. can’t wait til friday.
Not this weekend…but I do love that platter! 1968! holy sandwiches, Batman! smiles….
OMG, girl…I had the find of the weekend today. I am going to try to get a pic of it tomorrow to post. Probably no big deal to most people, but I am smitten with a medical cabinet I found in the trash today. Chippy old gray paint, too. Love. Pure love.
I did get your message, you sweet thing. I’ll give you a call tomorrow.
I LOVE IT!!! The 1968 Sandwich Fair!! That’s precious!!!
Carol in GA
Jennifer que divertido fin de semana, me encantó!, hablas español mejor que yo el ingles!!!
Hi, Your photos are great. I loaded up the car at an auction on Friday night. Great way to start the weekend. I have found so many great things at the auctions, estate sales and thrift stores lately that my storage area is full waiting for a space in the shop. The find of the weekend was an eight foot long french gray and white cupboard sideboard. Can’t wait for the delivery.
Oh how I miss auctions and estate sales. We just don’t have them in metro Atlanta. Probably a good thing, as I would be bankrupt. LOL. YOu found some wonderful treasure. SEa Witch
Jen ~ what wonderful finds. I love the old oil can! I found a few treasures my self at Grayslake this past weekend! 🙂
Can’t wait to see ya in a few days – can you believe it? The blogger bash is shaping up to be such a great event! Looking forward to catching up. Safe travels.
I so enjoyed meeting you gals this past week-end at Junk Bonanza and at the blogging party.
Love the two carriers you found shown in this post and agree with you that you jut might need to keep these. 😉 They’re awesome.
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