This photo, courtesy of Alexandro Baackes shows us how much fun you can have using a vintage coke box--this one was used as a serving tray for an outdoor wedding! Those (glass) coke bottles are available in certain grocery stores to complete the look!
The Old Screen Door has plenty of bowls, trays, serving platters, etc to choose from.
The store also has a lot of these vintage signs and posters. Here's one that caught my eye.
They can add so much character to any room...
Wow, my grandmother had a sewing machine just like this one. This comes with a wood carrying case. It's no laptop, but I guess even back then people carried their work around.
This typewriter is adorable. These are not so easy to find, so I was pleasantly surprised to see the shop owner had one.
And see how pretty an old typewriter can look?!...classic!
The store has quite a few of these old crates. Perfect for any kind of storage.
Country Living Magazine shows creative ways that you can use those crates.
A scale is a great way to display fruit or veggies in the kitchen--and this one actually works! We put a feather on this food scale and it moved! Now, that's one accurate scale!
Reproductions of these old rotary phones are all over the place, but when I felt the weight of the handle, I knew this one was the real deal. I got a kick out of dialing and imagined I was in a Carey Grant movie or an 'I Love Lucy' episode..."Hello, Ethel?!"
The old rotary phones are oh-so-chic. This yellow phone is a later model.
Inside The Old Screen Door.
Photo credits: Country Living, House Beautiful, Me, Alamode