How To Decorate With

 Vintage Kitchen  Decor

Do you love to collect vintage kitchen decor?  Want to learn more about how to display those vintage rolling pins and other vintage kitchen utensils you've been collecting?

Add Vintage Kitchen Decor to Open Shelving. 


Add a rolling pin collection to a vintage toolbox, or fill old crocks. Items grouped together will have more visual impact in your kitchen,

Breadboards  Decorating with vintage breadboards and cutting boards is a great way to add a touch of style and history to your kitchen.

You will also find many decorative cutting boards in the shape of animals. Here two are stacked as a back drop for other vintage decor.

Vintage Pig Cutting Board

I have a small collection of pig cutting boards, and they are spread around the kitchen.

Vintage copper is trending for kitchen decor because it is a beautiful, durable, and versatile material. It works well in any style kitchen, from farmhouse to traditional to modern.

In order to expand our copper display, we built  an easy to make DIY Hanging Pot Rack from copper pipe and hung the hanger from the ceiling.  

Fill a large clear vase, canister, or vintage candy jar with vintage utensils, cookie cutters, etc. This antique candy jar was once used in an old country store.

– Consider adding utensils to old crocks, vases, and vintage pitchers to decorate with smaller vintage kitchen decor. – Mix and match on open shelves and plate racks.

Group Collectible Together for More Decorating Impact. Use other vintage items to hold smaller items like utensils & rolling pins

See more vintage kitchen decor ideas at The Ponds Farmhouse

Display Vintage Ironstone Dishes in a Vintage Flower Box 

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See The Full Tutorial on How To Build A DIY Wall Plate Rack To Display Vintage Decor.

Would You Like this Wall Plate Rack In Your KItchen?