Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Vintage Kitchen Vignet

The focal point of my kitchen is a display area 
above my cook top...
 I have it filled with vintage items that I have acquired over the years. And the best part is that I didn't pay a lot of money to create my display.

I paid $12 for this old scale at an antique store...

One of my favorite purchases...
this vintage waffle maker! I paid $2.50 for it at an antique store that was going out of business...

And, from that same store, I bought this beautiful old oil painting for $7...

The meat grinder was a gift from a friend...

The most expensive item in my display isn't even old! It's a reproduction grain box that I bought years ago at Scott Antique Market. I can't remember exactly how much I paid for it, but I think it was around $20. I love the color!

And, then there is this sweet little silver tea canister that I purchased at a yard sale for $1...

So, I achieved the look I wanted for under $50. That's a lot of "good stuff" for not too much money!

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25 comments:

  1. You do have some great stuff there...the waffle maker is so unique!
    Hugs,
    ♥Linsey

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  2. What a nice display. I love the legs on the waffle maker! We have a meat grinder like that one. We use it to grind cooked chicken for our chicken salad.

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  3. lovely

    bythewayjenngray.blogspot.com

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  4. I think it looks super-cute. I love all things antique!

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  5. So cute. I love my old finds.I'm a new linky follower. Stop by sometime and visit. Diane http://mamaldiane.com/

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  6. So lovely! Beautiful vignette :)
    Visiting from Flaunt it Friday
    Greetings from Australia♥
    ~Pernilla

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  7. Looks lovely! So glad you linked to Things I've Done Thursday!

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  8. Stopping by from FFA Friday flashback http://kingofsaving.com

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  9. The oil painting is terrific. Cannot beat a good bottle of Chianti!

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  10. This turned out awesome! Love the look : ) Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Excellent finds I'm always hunting for bargains but I just never seem to find those allusive fab finds. Yours are great beautiful shelf as well. xx

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  12. You really did find a lot of great stuff for very little. I love creating vignettes using vintage finds. Yours is perfect for your kitchen. Love the old scale and that wonderful waffle maker.
    Mary Alice

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  13. I love your vintage display. Isn't it fun to collect and use old things in your decor? You put it together nicely! I am a new follower of your wonderful blog!
    Blessings, Linda @ Grandmalay's Daydreams

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  14. what a lovely kitchen! Your collections looks so precious.

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  15. Just featured you on my facebook page! Grab a featured button if you like. : D
    ♥Linsey

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  16. These are such great finds! And double bonus that they were so affordable. Looks great!

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  17. That waffle maker is such fun! We love antique finds around here too! Thanks so much for linking up at Reasons To Skip The Housework!



    Tuesday Time Out Linky Party

    Smiles,
    Melanie

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  18. Oh do I love this! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  19. That is so pretty. Love how you arranged them:)

    Hopping by and following your FB and Pinterest.

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  20. We loved having you link up to our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." Hope you'll be back soon! -The Sisters

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  21. What neat and unusual pieces. I love the old painting.
    Im your newest follower. Please come visit me at PICKINandPAINTIN.blogspot.com and maybe you'll follow back. THANKS.

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