If there’s one thing I love, it’s vintage.
Case in point .. these lovely old printers blocks all arranged so beautifully in my printers tray.
I’ve shared this image before in one of my earlier posts. It was shot on Espresso 2.0 but today I tried a new edit using a Lightroom Preset that I made myself (that I will soon be offering to you!) If you check the actual Espresso 2.0 background, you will see what a difference this preset made.
You can see the original version on my post “Flea Market Fun“.
I’ll be attending the “Thieves Market” once again this coming Saturday, so stay tuned to more vintage prop goodies! It’s one of my favourite things about spending the winter in Arizona.
Vintage items are not as old as antiques. Vintage means “of age.” Most dealers consider an item to be vintage if it is at least 40 years old, while an item is considered antique if it is at least 100 years old.
- denoting something of high quality, especially something from the past
- the time that something of quality was produced
- of old, recognized, and enduring interest, importance, or quality
- classic; dating from the past, old
I also love old utensils and what could be prettier than lining them up on “Industrial“.
Vintage Utensils on “Industrial”
- cake server
- pastry wheel crimper