The other afternoon I was looking around our little camp and thinking about some of the wall art we have in place there. I'm sure there will be more to come over time, but I know some of you enjoy reading about our little place and this might be something different to show you.
The sign at top is fairly ancient -- probably from the 1950s. It had been nailed to a fence post by my grandfather and the person who evidently co-owned a pasture with him. This was a cow pasture which was also rich with high-bush blueberries. This sign lived on my parents' enclosed porch for years, and we decided it would find a new home in our little camp.
There's not a lot of wall space in the kitchen -- it's mostly taken up by cabinets and windows -- but I have found that hanging a plate on a cabinet door adds a wonderful decorative note to the kitchen. This one is a collectible-type plate from Avon. At Christmas time, I used one of these:
And I loved the way that looked on the cabinet door.
Lastly, below is a little sign on another cabinet door. (Aren't those vintage glass knobs fun?) This sign is quite small, much smaller than it looks in the photo, but it adds another decorative touch to the kitchen walls.
And that's it for now! Hope you've enjoyed seeing some of our vintage camp decorating!