This Vintage Scale was tucked away in an attic, forgotten about for decades. Here's how I took this vintage piece and added it to my home.
I love finding old, rusty items and adding them to our fresh new decor.
But when they come from. my family's past, it makes it even better!
Trent and I were rummaging through my in-laws attic, looking for some of his childhood toys when we stumbled upon this beauty.
Vintage green, rusty and chippy.
I was instantly in love!
The scale no longer works, but I thought it would be a beautiful piece to add to our Farmhouse kitchen.
On top, I placed fruit in my Munising Wooden Bowl (which I found at an estate sale for $5).
Decorating with Heirlooms Vintage Scale
So I found a few more ideas from some fellow bloggers that inspired me! I hope you enjoy these as much as I do!
Daisy Mae Belle found her scale at an antique booth. I love that is says "Old Kentucky Home."
Dear Lillie showed off her gorgeous, rusty scale from her parents kitchen.
The DIY Village found a perfect spot to display their kitchen scale in their custom pantry.
Urban Farm Girl shared this scale on her blog from her etsy shop.
Every time I look at an heirloom, I cherish the memory of where it came from and it's significance in my home.
Any vintage heirlooms that are passed on to us holds a special, sentimental place in my heart.
S0 are you going to hunt for one of these Vintage Scales?
However, these scales can sometimes be elusive.
If you can't find a chippy, vintage scale, you can always purchase a replica.
Here are a few I found on Amazon.
I hope this inspired you to use your heirlooms in your decor. We certainly love having our Vintage scale around! Just see where else we've placed it along with a few more I've collected!