I love printers trays….
and a good treasure hunting weekend. I seriously could go every week and walk around for the entire morning and be ready to go again the next day. I find so much inspiration….and junk. Believe me, there is quite a bit of junk. But, there are plenty of diamonds in the rough too!
One such diamond that caught my eye a few treasure hunts back was this printers tray. It is on the smaller side in size, which is what I was looking for. It also had great details-metal hardware and overall good condition.
I also recently found this fun rolling pin. Does anyone know the history on this style?
My husband thought that this was used for cutting pasta noodles.
Was he right?
Anyway, I love how the edges are worn down in some areas. I love to think about who was using these pieces and where they came from.
And isn’t this old metal coffee scoop sensational? I am a typography and coffee junkie, so when I spotted this little treasure, I knew it was coming home with me!
So, I ended up putting these items together in a wall vignette. I have been pretty stumped on how to incorporate the printers tray into my home decor. I know it can look fabulous as an architectural salvage piece on the wall, but I was just looking for more. And I think I figured it all out…..
So, if you would follow me over to Bless’er House, I will show you how to style a vintage printers tray (click here)! I have to tell you I am so excited with how the little vignette turned out!
Have a great week!