I scored this vintage Canada Dry bottle rack two years ago, and stored it in my garage for just as long. After cleaning the rust as best as I could, I sprayed the rust with clear varnish. I rubbed some of the bare, really rusty bits with watered down chalk paint in old white. I cut cardboard to fit the shelves, then lined them with Cath Kidston green star oil cloth.
The collection of vintage rolling pins used to be displayed in my bread box, but now call the upper shelf home. That upper shelf looks like it could hold at least 5 more, don't you think? I'll get back on the hunt!
Then some of my scored and stored primary colour pyrex came up, along with my vintage wood egg cups, and glass bake cups (I love those!).
So, as there was only a lavender stool here, I managed to clear out my garage and basement quite a bit! Patting myself on the shoulder now!
I scored and stored this canister set a year ago. It broke my heart that I didn't have any room to display it in my kitchen! So, I did a little rejigging, and up it came! This little tin fridge used to be on the chair. Now I just display it underneath.
I know its a toy, but its so cute! Look inside!
The freezer used to open, but its now jammed. My nine year old daughters best friend keeps hinting that she 'loves it' and would just 'die to get it'. Well back off sister!!!! Its mine all mine!!!
Anyway I promised my husband I would go back to the basement tomorrow and not come back up until I had cleaned it up completely and totally! Well, at least until it was time to cook dinner! Hope you all have a great day!
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