Three vintage glass EO BRODY vases . . .
Two old gallon jugs with vintage metal lids (yeehawww!) . . .
. . . and an old, glass gallon jar full of rusty nails.
Yes, I wanted the nails for some of my projects and the jar of course was an added bonus.
I was a bit turned off by the label . . . (I hate mustard) but it wasn't a deal breaker. That old label makes it cool regardless of my disgust of yellow condiments.
However, I'm sorta liking this look as is. Could this gallon jar of nails be the big brother to . . .
|A small, vintage bottle filled with random rusty nails.|
. . . this little guy?
So, for now, an old jar filled with rusty nails makes yet another decorative statement (in my world). I'll pull nails as I need them but keep the jar sitting out among my other rustic, vintage finds as it just "works".
Have you noticed that clear glass is gaining popularity again in decorative lighting? Simple, classic, chic seems to be the direction. Add some snazzy Edison bulbs and we are talking cool lighting! Of course repurposing old jars as retrofitted lamp shades and pendants, or glass gallon jugs as lamp bases is a popular "sport" these days. Perhaps I'll dump those nails after all and make a lamp instead!