After our kitchen update in December I didn't have a good place to display my vintage copper molds. Previously three of them hung on the wall in the breakfastroom with the vintage breadboards and a few of the others hung from the pot rack which was removed. The molds sat in storage for awhile, but I didn't want to get rid of them so I finally found a new spot for them.
One day while passing through the kitchen a light bulb moment hit and I knew where the molds could be displayed. Out came the hammer and nails.
The wall where I hung them used to have a little two tiered rattan table that held my cookbooks. I relocated the books, that are rarely used, to another place.
I went to Trader Joe's the other day to buy some flowers and they had the largest assortment to choose from and fabulous prices so I stocked up. I'm scattering them through the house in different vessels to add some spring.
The irises were $3.99 for nine stems. I thought that was a good deal.
I came home and plopped them in the sink filled with water as we were heading out as soon as I got home.
My breadboards have also ended up in various spots and the smaller ones landed here.
I have purchased the molds from flea markets and ebay over the last several years. I love the warmth copper adds and the intricate designs of them.
The large oval one is my favorite.