We have a perfect shiplap wall in our kitchen area to hang galvanized containers on. So, I have a set held back for myself. Shhhhh, don’t tell Carrie…..she and David own Trendy Tree but I still visit the warehouse and pick up a thing or two……or three…lol
Galvanized containers and signs will have a rustic look, some are trimmed with a bit of wood and may contain actual rust. They blend well with so many types of decor. They are made to look like you just went out to the barn and picked them up.
One reason I think they will be a perfect wall hanging is their versatility. You could fashion a piece of Styrofoam in the bottom with some hot glue, and insert some seasonal silk flowers or greenery.
It would be so easy to bring a little spring into your home (my place for hanging them will be on the wall opposite my dining table). We have an open style kitchen/living area and these will be perfect. Once I get the galvanized containers on my wall and some florals in them, I’ll post some pics.
But anyway, you could start out with some early spring flowers like daffodils or tulips and as the weather warms up, you could change them to some roses, peonies or hydrangeas.
These would all be silk florals of course. I would try putting anything fresh with water in the containers unless you were using a galvanized container on a table top with a glass or very good plastic insert.
Sunflwoers would be perfect for fall, starting in September all the way thru November if iy9u wanted. Plus, you could add in a couple of those tiny little bright orange pumpkins or white ones for an extra touch.
For Christmas, you could change them out with some red poinsettias, or snowy branches. Holly springs or mistletoe would be pretty. Or you could take out the florals and insert vintage Christmas toys, Christmas cards or anything nostalgic.
So, now that I have plenty of ideas of what to put in the containers…..I just have to decide where to hang my galvanized containers!
Here are more links to galvanized containers that are great for decorating. We also have buckets, stars, pitchers and even cactus wall pickets made of tin.
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