Thursday, August 13, 2009

Antique Red Bucket

Well, today's post is a bit of a color contrast from yesterday's post. I've added this Antique Red Wooden Bucket with Iron Handle to the shop recently. It's so bright and cheerful, but what I love most is that no two are alike. Salvaged in Columbia, this antique bucket has an authentic rustic feel. I think a splash of red adds a lot of character to any farmhouse. I'll be putting mine to good use to collect all the veggies from the garden.

8 comments:

Aimee said...

I love this bucket! The color of it, the handle, it is just so rustic, but yet so romantic...

If you get a chance, stop by my Blog for a visit and say hi! I put up a new post today of my pillow featured in Romantic Homes magazine.
Have a great day,
Aimee

Suzy said...

Lovely!

Kasey said...

cute.cute.
xo

The Consummate Hostess said...

What a charming bucket! My yellow crooked neck squash would look perfect in it!

for the love of a house said...

Adorable red bucket!

Just today I picked up the Farmhouse lavender sachets at a shop in Temple, NH.... I think to myself that the logo looks familar.....I click on your blog tonight(I've visited before;) from A Country Farmhouse's blog roll... again- looks familiar, so I go to look at the wrapping on the sachets, and it's you!! Small world! I guess I just never made the NE connection. The sweetgrass is from NH, but you're in Mass? is that correct?
I put my sachets in my drawers! They smell devine! Thanks! joan

Beach Vintage said...

Love the colour and boldness of this bucket. Very nice indeed.

The Lil Bee said...

I ADORE this, B! It is beautiful in such an imperfectly perfect way:)

farmhouse wares said...

For the Love of House, thanks so much for stopping in. We're not the maker of the sachets or any of the Farmhouse products, but we do offer the complete range--because we love them.