I have developed a love lately for old pieces of enamelware. The pieces sport a wide range of beautiful vintage colors and have a homey but still elegant style. I love decorating with pieces that were once utilitarian, but finding them a new life and purpose with our new times.
I found a few posts on Pinterest that showcase some great decor ideas for vintage enamelware.
Here is a repeating display of tall, enamelware pitchers. I like their long lines and color progression.
Or check out this collection of blue swirl enamelware (even the super rusted out one!) decorating an outdoor shed.
Another very creative idea I saw was turning a lidded enamelware piece into a bird feeder. This would provide a bright pop of color in an otherwise dull winter landscape.
I also liked the collection of bath items housed in an enamelware tub.
A found an old, white enamelware basin awhile back at a farm sale. It had some bad rust spots, including a few small holes in the bottom. I decided to use those holes to my advantage and turn it into a planter.
It’s housing my budding strawberry plant now and looks great filling an empty spot on my fence. I mounted two iron landscaping brackets onto the fence and the basin sets perfectly inside them.
Do you have some vintage enamelware sitting around that you could find a new use for?
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