I’m back to show you my DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispensers along with some colorful kitchen decor using vintage things. My friend Lisa and I have hit a few antique malls here lately, so you know what that means. Lot’s of goodies to be had! I actually had a list of things I’ve been looking for and kept it in my notes on my phone, and wouldn’t you know it. I didn’t come home with a thing on my list, but I did find some cute treasures.
I found this enamelware pan that was in the most awful color of pea soup green. Well sometimes you have to look past it’s ugliness and a swan will evolve and that’s exactly what I did. Nothing a little spray paint can’t fix. So after I beautified the piece I decided to use it for hand cloths in the kitchen and loaded it with all kinds of bright colorful towels, that came from Home Goods.
That cute as ever chicken is a creamer, the cream pours out between its beak. It was just too adorable to pass up. I had no idea where I would use it (it may get turned into a pin cushion) but for $2 I had to have it. I also spotted the green enamelware bowl the chicken’s sitting on. It’s a color I’ve never seen before in enamelware so of course it matches my home and I had to have it too.
I had such a fun day shopping and spent very little, the best part was being with a wonderful friend. I also picked up some vintage pyrex so come back later to see that. In case you are wondering my sink is a black silgranit and you can read here how I keep it looking like new. The countertops are black concrete with exposed aggregate edges, and my hubby is the artist behind them 🙂