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How to decorate with Vintage bottles

jenpen.studio - January 18, 2016 - 10 comments

I have a great love for vintage stuff and one of those things are vintage wine bottles. These bottles are totally in trend again, but these days the price tag can be a bit on the high price. So, this is where the visits to grandma or older aunties come in handy. I just got another one from an older auntie of my husband. She’s got like tons, so every time we visited her, I’ll try to get one. Hey, why not, she’s always giving us things, so why not ask for the things that really rocks?!
What I really love about these bottles is the simplicity of them. They come in many colors nowadays but even if you get some of the really cool vintage ones, it’s easy to  blend them in your interior of your home or office.
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It’s a great thing to combine a few bottles together with different heights. Add some plants, flowers or dry branches in them and you’ve got a total different look. How about you? Do you love these vintage bottles in your space?

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  1. I love them all- they really are such a gorgeous addition to any room!

  2. We do something similar, but instead of bottles we used Russian copper pots. Hate dusting them all the time though!

  3. They really are. Brings character to the room.

  4. Looks them up and that would be so cool in your home. Thanks for the tip 🙂 Scott.

  5. Here is my problem with this article. I looked at these beautiful pictures and now I want to rush out and BUY ALL THE BOTTLES! (insert happy stick man meme here). 🙂

  6. I know the feeling Nina..LOL!!

  7. Hi Hubb,

    I have so many wine bottles at my home. Your post inspired me. Maybe I will try to make something similar to this. Thanks for sharing this post with us. 🙂

  8. Wow, These are so cute… I love all of these! I need to get some of these for my room!!

  9. I love decorating with old wine bottles and things. They have some really interesting colors and patterns that are fun to play around with

  10. You clearly have a handle on the DIY thing…I am a total klutz but this is a great place to start

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