Is the title more cheese than you can handle? Don’t worry! This post focuses on vintage scales, not corny puns. Come find out what we are excited to show you!
Being able to give an old item new purpose makes us so happy. Does it you? We hope so because that is what we have in store for you! We want to show you how you can repurpose those vintage scales in such a way, that you’ll be running to the closest thrift store to buy one if you don’t already have one.
Vintage scales have so much charm. You might remember going to a penny candy store and seeing how much those irresistible goodies were that you wanted to enjoy. Or maybe you have always been fascinated with equal arm scales. No matter the vintage scales, we love how these beauties have found a new purpose in life.
Crystal added this vintage scale in her kitchen for a trip down memory lane. It’s an old confectioner’s scale. The touch of cotton and Rae Dunn is something we absolutely love.
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This curio cabinet displays so many sweet touches of elegance decor. Between the ivy and pure white flowers on an antique scale, to the black and white photo, a precious cottage feeling emanated. It’s so inviting. As if to say, sit and let me tell you the story I hold.
Vintage scales are not only kitchen decor. This one makes a great centerpiece on a coffee table. Everything about this says comfy cottage farmhouse.
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A vignette including a galvanized bucket filled with cotton stems, a vintage scale balancing antique books, with paddle cutting boards all while under a magnolia wreath, is all-encompassing farmhouse decor. We’d love to go shopping with Debbie and find some more great vintage treasures!
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Liz is all set with spring decor. Some lavender, a vintage scale, and an old window make a gorgeous vignette. Not only does this scale have a new life, but it can be incorporated into your year-round decor.
Do you have a vintage scale? Does it have a story behind it of coming from your grandparents market? We’d love to hear your stories!
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