Had some days off and went to the Salvation Army and came home with the above.
A pair of window shutters, two baskets, a washboard planter, two metal molds and a wooden candle sconce. I have thrift guilt as I think I probably paid too much. I'm not going to lie - all of this cost $14. The shutters were $3 each and the washboard was $4.50. Everything else was $1 or under. They also had a huge birch basket for $4 and a metal hurricane candle lamp for $3.50 that I passed up. LOL - I'm pretty cheap and don't like to pay over a couple bucks at a thrift store.
When I was little I used to sit in my grandma's kitchen and just look around while my parents visited with Grandma & Grandpa at the table. She had so many vintage things - including a wringer washer! Yep - that's always how she did laundry, never owned a new washer or a dryer. She had a lot of these copper colored molds hanging above her stove, so they remind me of her.
The shutters are going to be black after they get "de-funkified". I hope they will go in the kitchen window with all the other plans I have for the kitchen. I am cautious because my husband gets "nervous" when I hang too much or have too many things sitting around. I think that's why I'm slow to change things. We'll see what happens.
So, anyone else out there ever have "thrift guilt"? LOl!