I do! I do!
If you have been reading my blog for a while you know how much I love rust and tin. Who would have thought. I wanted to show you some of the pieces that I have had the pleasure of buying.These galvanized tins and sap bucket are fairly new to my collection. What will I do with them you ask? Well the large one will hold my winter shoes and boots in my bedroom. The smaller one may hold extra pillows until I put a Christmas tree in it and the sap bucket will be filled with a plant or Holiday decoration. Can you picture it?
There is a sweet woman who cuts these tins out and sells them at Brimfield. I LOVE them!!! This one is pretty pink perfection.
This one is galvanized too. Saw it and had to have it. Can it get any rustier;)
This white one is one of my favorites. Just look at it, it's gorgeous!!!!! The vase is pretty great too.
I bought three of these stools for my kitchen island. The top fabric needs to be changed but the nuts and bolts don't look like they will be easy to get off. So for now I put some pretty vintage doilies on top. I'm happy with this look for now. Perfect for extra seating and they are my color:)
Got this beauty from Maine this year. I was so excited when I saw it!!! And for $10.00, how could I not bring it home;)
Chicken feeders are great for plants. A bunch of Sea Onions make their home in this one.
I wonder what this tin was used for originally. Love the chippy paint.
OH!!!!!!!!!!! LOVE THIS COLOR and just look at the French embellishment.
LOOK!!!! I found a roll of this fabulousness last week at the market. Isn't it great? Not sure what I am going to do with it yet. It has to be special. What would you do with it? Do you have tin pieces in your home too?
Well, I'm off to get my tetanus shot so I can continue to live with all of my rust;)
Hope you are having a wonderful week:)
'Till next time...........................................