Red wing crock decor ideas

Enhance the charm of your home with these unique decor ideas using Red Wing crocks. Discover how to incorporate these vintage pieces into your interior design and add a touch of nostalgia to your space.
The Country Farm Home: CROCK TOPS: Here's How Farmhouse Style, Design, Diy, Interior, Crafts, Crock Top, Country Farm, Old Crocks, Old Crock

I love crocks. . .I have lots of them. . .They are a staple in this house. . .But, storing them poses a problem. . .and sometimes I need a top on one to hide what's inside. . .So John and I came up with several solutions to my dilemma. . .The first one is so simple I'm almost embarrassed to mention it. . . For the smaller size crocks, round breadboards are fantastic. . .Left as they are, or sanded, painted or stained. . .Isn't the one on the left a beauty? . .I rarely see such an ornate…

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The Country Farm Home
Winter, Vintage, Crafts, Decoration, Gardening, Old Crocks, Crocks Decor, Old Crock, Crocks Decor Ideas

Welcome to the brand new Vintage, Antique, Farmhouse, Repurposed Blog Hop. Thank you, Cindy for putting this new series together. What a fun hop. I'm happy you are here. If you are coming from Le Cultivateur welcome. I just adore Emily's vintage decorating style. When we closed up my grandparent's house in 1987, my brother brought me some stoneware crocks. Pickling crocks or fermentation crocks were commonly used for food storage. I can't imagine using them that way now but they have been a…

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macie dawson
2 gallon, 6 gallon, and 3 gallon crocks produced by Red Wing Union Stoneware Company between 1915 to 1936. Purchased the 2 and 3 gallon crocks at an estate auction in Storden, Minnesota (the middle of nowhere!) for $5 and $20. What a fun day with my dad. The 6 gallon was purchased off craigslist for $20. It was covered in paint, which made for a satisfying paint stripping project. Love my summer flowers and sweet potato vines. Glitter, Mason Jars, Primitive, Exterior, Upcycling, Old Crocks, Crock Decor, Vintage Crock, Crock

2 gallon, 6 gallon, and 3 gallon crocks produced by Red Wing Union Stoneware Company between 1915 to 1936. Purchased the 2 and 3 gallon crocks at an estate auction in Storden, Minnesota (the middle of nowhere!) for $5 and $20. What a fun day with my dad. The 6 gallon was purchased off craigslist for $20. It was covered in paint, which made for a satisfying paint stripping project. Love my summer flowers and sweet potato vines.

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Megan Gross