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There's a reason "vintage" means "classic": Wine is one of the most timeless and universal delights in the world. This vintage corkscrew print is a tribute to a cultural pleasure that will never go out of style. Hand-printed onto burlap for a touch of rustic charm, it's stylishly framed in a...
Loose papers and magazines are easily wrangled by these vintage-inspired butlers that would be ideal for an industrial space. I'm imagining these three or four across on worn oak bookcases, right next to a giant metal filing box.
I love that this towel rack looks like a vine twisting along your wall. It has a great organic feeling and is made of recycled materials - bonus!
I love Anthropologie for many reasons, one is their constantly changing inventory of knobs and hooks. I have great luck finding super cool hooks like these on a regular basis.
Why hang your keys on a boring old rack when you could have this hotel-inspired key rack? It will bring a bit of vintage modern style to your home, and will inspire you to make sure your key rings are looking snazzy.
This towel is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum from the white cotton towels I usually use, and yet I'm enchanted by it. If you can't afford a quality antique rug, this might be the next best thing!Dimensions: 56"L x 30"W. Made of cotton. Machine washable.
If these blackened cast iron animal hooks could entice the hanging up of a wet towel, then that would be fantastic. Honestly, I like these so much that I wouldn't mind even seeing these bear — erm, bare.
These hooks look like delicate twigs but are made of iron. I can see these making a perfect addition as coat hooks in an entryway or mud room. Even better if it's a cabin in the woods or a lake house.
This vintage window shutter has been repurposed and adorned with hooks. It has been painted and distressed for a shabby cottage chic look. What a pretty way to hang towels in the bathroom! You can also place it in a kitchen to keep pot holders, aprons and towels in easy reach or hang a mudroom to...
Remember to add your own ranch style in unique places that allow tons of personalization and accent pieces. A solid metal towel bar in the bathroom with lone stars and horseshoes makes a good start. This one is so cute.
Western Star Towel Bar
Make like a seamstress and keep one of these linen busts around. Even if you don't sew, it works well for hanging necklaces, scarves or clothes.
The aqua color and forged iron combine to create this whimsical towel rack. Perfect for waterside showers!
Vintage cast iron hooks are a great way to add wall storage and a charming wall feature at the same time.
This reminds me so much of the industrial coffee table carts available at Restoration Hardware. Seeing the clamp repurposed is unexpected, and I love the unexpected.
Are you one of those folks who is forever loosing your car keys? This key rack with a wonderful vintage feel would be a great place to park that spare set of car or house keys. The bronze hardware is such a great accent, too.
We've been on a rustic chic bender lately, and this reclaimed tree root coat rack is a wonderful way to bring the woods into your house. Standing unadorned, it makes a gorgeous piece of sculpture, so be warned, you may have trouble throwing your coat and hat onto it!
This is a fun set of hook that uses clever materials. I think it would look great in a mud room or potting shed.
If you're looking for something with an industrial edge, this coat rack made with clamps and reclaimed wood would be perfect.
Keep your papers and folders in order with these charming vintage modern wall-mounted baskets from Pottery Barn. I'd hang a bunch of them in a grid or a row if I had a big fat Pottery Barn gift certificate!Holds standard size magazines or 8.5 x 11" papers.Made of iron and zinc.12" wide x 10" high x...
What's old is new again; so explains the rustic trend catching on like wildfire right now. A touch of rope — in the form of these tiebacks, for instance — makes the style look easy.
My mother always had vintage boxes and crates around for planting in the summers. We could pick them up in droves at auctions all over New England. They look great and bring a very individualistic tone to annual flower planting. Have fun.
I don't know about you, but I hate replacing the t.p. on those annoying little holders. This giraffe's neck is the perfect solution.
Antlers are a popular item popping up in homes and stores, so why not bring a functional version into the home? Made from shed deer antlers, these are great for hanging towels, jewelry or photographs.
Inspired by vintage milk packaging and midcentury Finnish design, this charming hand-screened tea towel by illustrator Maria Tolvanen (in collaboration with Mjölk and Finnish company Kauniste) would perk up the gloomiest of kitchens.
Two reclaimed solid Chestnut floating shelves. Made from antique barn rafters. Mellow golden and complex dark reds, browns, and blacks blend together for subtle color variation. Add charm and warmth to any decor. They work great in the kitchen, bathroom or anywhere beautiful shelving is needed....
The Montreal Canadiens are an institution, whether you're from Quebec or not. This tea towel, adorned with a vintage Canadiens illustration, is the ideal gift for any hockey-loving cook.
I think reading a good book is the best way to spend a winter afternoon, and this is one of the best book displays I have seen.
I'm a big fan of wall hooks. I like to test them out with Command hooks before committing to a hole in the wall, but I think I could make an exception for these Branch Hooks. They'd be perfect in a small or narrow entryway for stashing guests' coats or your dog's leashes. They'd also work on the...
I just love it when form meets function. These birdcage-style magazine racks do dual purpose by turning a decorative element into something that is also perfectly useful.
Hang up kids' coats, scarves and more with this friendly, wooden Alligator and Little Bird Peg Rack. I appreciate that the wood is cut using eco-friendly, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)–certified poplar wood, and it was decorated using non-toxic paints and glues.
These salvaged kitchen shelves add a rustic and industrial touch to any space. I'm thinking Lowell textile mills meets Andy Warhol's Factory. They're a bit on the pricey side, but it's fun to sit back and romanticize about where the shelves originated.
If you've run out of prime towel real estate (aka space on the towel rack), add some hooks to the back of the door for instant storage. You don't even need to get out the drill.
This coat rack looks like it was ripped from a chain-link fence. Its raw industrial edge would look great in a loft space or urban home.
For your little woodland baby, these rustic branch hooks will help create a place for pretend play costumes, petit sweaters, and everything in between. Ideal for a nature-inspired nursery.
Rustic Branch Hooks
Keep your collections from turning into clutter with this charming vintage modern cubby shelf system.Crafted of solid mahogany and carefully hand distressed.Finished with a rich stain that highlights the wood’s natural grain.Each of the 25 cubbies is detailed with a hand-painted number.29.5"...
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