There is something really special about vintage decoration, they add a little charm that other items simply cannot! Why not add a little vintage touch to your garden or backyard? It will make your garden truly unique without spending a fortune! If you do not have any "vintage" item at home, look for garage sales or at the flea market!
Here are 12 ideas to inspire you.
1. Old Wire Frame Chair
This old chair is now home of a beautiful planter! Note the beautiful vintage plates and signs on the fence, absolutely lovely.
2. Old Sewing Machine
This is the definition of vintage! If you are lucky enough to find an old sewing machine you must transform it into a beautiful planter.
3. Galvanized Washtub
This galvanized washtub paired with the watering cans is absolutely perfect! Add a climbing trellis to the mix and you get a beautiful vintage garden piece.
4. Wheel Barrow
Put any old vintage barrels on this old wheel barrow to create the most unique decor for your garden.
5. Rustic Birdhouse
Rusty old milk jug add a really nice vintage touch to any garden! You can also add some wooden birdhouses.
6. Old Doorknobs
Here's a very unique idea! Hang herbs or flowers to dry in on a reclaimed wood wall and old antique doorknobs! You will definitely be the only one in the neighbourhood with this decor!
7. Mason Jar Lights
A really lovely shabby chic idea! Add twinkle lights inside old Mason jars to illuminate your whole garden.
8. Old Window
Here is an easy tutorial on how to create a beautiful planter from an old window.
9. Vintage Table
Create a vintage corner in your backyard with old tablecloths and wooden furniture. It will become the perfect spot for the afternoon tea or coffee!
10. Old Drawers
You should now know that vintage items make the best planters! Just like these antique drawers.
11. Vintage Scale
How beautiful is this old vintage scale? It makes the perfect hanging planter!
12. Old Sink
You can hook up an old sink to an exterior water source or simply use it as a planter.
Here are some more ideas to inspire your vintage garden!
Will you add any antique pieces to your backyard?