Painting Vintage in Contemporary Farmhouse


Last week this flour sifter got a face lift for any farmhouse contemporary kitchen, by adding black metal paint, bright acrylic paints,blocks of black and white checks with yellow gold decorate the base. Bright red cherries decorate around the outside and a fine white line is on the rim. Obviously you can use it for apples or cherries in the kitchen but what about throwing in handmade soaps, which you can find at Etsy. Bright and cheerful and a great addition to a bohemian contemporary kitchen in your fabulous farmhouse.

To buy this wonderful contemporary vintage piece visit LRStudio Etsy Shop

Painted Vintage Sifter Metal Bowl Cherries Checkerboard

Painted Vintage Sifter Metal Bowl Cherries Checkerboard
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Painted Vintage Sifter Metal Bowl Cherries Checkerboard Painted Vintage Sifter Metal Bowl Cherries Checkerboard Painted Vintage Sifter Metal Bowl Cherries Checkerboard Painted Vintage Sifter Metal Bowl Cherries Checkerboard Painted Vintage Sifter Metal Bowl Cherries Checkerboard
A contemporary painted farmhouse metal vintage bowl is black and bright red cherries decorate the outside with a black and white checkerboard around the bottom rim. Use it as a fruit bowl but I think it is great to hold a potted plant or some gourds or pine cones or bills notes or keys. The uses are as many as you can think.

This is the old way people used to sift their flour

It is sealed with a lacquer.

It measures 8″ in diameter, 3.5″ high and has a 4″handle. The bottom is 4.5″ wide.

More Cottage: http://www.etsy.com/shop/LRStudio?section_id=6097607
My Shop: http://www.LRStudio.etsy.com
My Vintage Shop: http://www.PaintedCottageHome.etsy.com

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