Decorating with vintage signs
A vintage sign adds instant personality to any space whether it be monochromatic enamel or colorful and painted. As they were often displayed outdoors, it is possible to find signs that have been weathered and worn from decades of use.
A stairwell can be a challenging space to decorate. Here a vintage clock, woven baskets and demijohn bottles are grouped beautifully with an industrial French vintage sign.
In France, butcher shop signs were often an animal head made with zinc. Here a bull's head is in theme with a farmhouse kitchen.
Vintage letters are a fun way to fill awkward spaces - either long and narrow or compact. If you are lucky enough to find your initials they can be a great addition to a bedroom dressing table.
In this rustic living room green and beige tones are emphasized with vintage glass bottles, rustic shutters and a collection of vintage letters.
A zinc-top table and bucket are paired with a vintage letter 'D' and a table lamp to make a lovely vignette for an entryway.
Round mirrors and a white 'concierge' sign contrast the teal blue wall in this industrial style home office.
A large antique painted sign is paired with a dark timber antique commode - another lovely idea for an entryway or guest bedroom.
Discover our collection of antique and vintage signs.
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