How To Decorate With

Do you love to collect vintage thrift store decor?  Want to learn more about how to decorate with all your collections?

Add Vintage Kitchen Decor to Open Shelving. 


Add a rolling pin collection to a vintage toolbox, baskets or fill old crocks.

Pro Tips - Where To Shop For Vintage Decor?  Antique Shops Online Yard Sales Flea Markets Estate Sales Thrift Stores Consignment Shops

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.

No matter where you shop, be sure to research, keep your priorities in mind, and compare prices before purchasing. Best NEW Tip Use the Google app camera to photograph vintage pieces for price comparison.  You may find comparable items on Etsy, eBay, and online vintage venues.

Check Before You Buy!

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.

Don't be afraid to get creative.  There are no rules when it comes to decorating with vintage kitchen decor. Let your creativity run wild and have fun with it!

Group Collectible Together.   Use other vintage items to hold smaller items like wooden spoons, utensils & rolling pins

Fill a wooden bowl with small kitchen gadgets and display on your kitchen island.  

Group small utensils  together for more impact.

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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?