I'd love to have these spools of striped cotton twine on hand for craft projects. Wrap anything in this general store staple for an instant handmade touch.
I'm in love with the look of this antique postage scale — it would give any desk that modern general store style, and it still works (keeps an accurate weight up to four pounds).
Grab some chalk and jot down your menu for the week with this antique reproduction writing slate. The look takes you back to a time when schools used them because paper was so expensive.
For any fellow paper lovers, these packs are a curated collection of old-school paper goodness. You'll feel like you opened a packet from another time: The fonts, patterns, graphics and even the colors of each one-of-a-kind assortment of maps, tickets, stamps, cards, labels and signs capture that nostalgic vibe.
Before the days of plastic, even ice trays were made of metal. These trays have been upgraded from aluminum to stainless steel, but they're made in the same way since the 1950s. What I love: The square ice cubes look extra fancy in your glass.
Here's a leather restoration cream that I both need (my leather sofa needs protection and cleaning) and just plain want (hello, adorable label!).
It's hard to deny the vintage charm of this retro milk bottle set that comes with a glass bottle to store cream and a cup below to hold sugar. I'm totally inspired to have a dinner party where I can serve coffee with this sweet set.
I'd love an apothecary match bottle for the bathroom. It's a pretty way to store matches for lighting candles before a bath.