She has the coolest antiques scattered all over her beautiful home, and the best gallery walls. If you haven't taken the home tour on Laura's blog, I highly suggest it.
I collect vintage kitchen utensils, (among other things!).
I display them in the kitchen.
In a pitcher.
Or in an old wooden box.
But Laura uses what I think are wooden "mashers" so cleverly in her vignettes in any room.
Don't you love Laura's wood masher on the left side of this vignette? She is showcasing her fabulous barnwood stencil here of course, but I noticed the masher too.
Also mashers in this vignette. I must have a masher, or two...
The mashers, unlike wooden spoons, can stand by themselves, and they have an architectural presence.
I'm off to find some mashers...
Well I found one at an antique shop. They had two but were practically identical and I wanted them a different height or shape.
I did find this at a thrift shop.
Ironing board cover fasteners in the original vintage packaging for $.50. I thought they may be fun in my laundry room.
Back to the masher.
Here it is. I paid $8 for it. It has a nice aged patina.
This snowshoe shelf is in our den. Maybe you remember it from Christmas.
Here is the masher with vintage toys.
Here it is added to a spring vignette.
Here it is laying on its side.
"Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery".
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