Vintage Decor: Decorating With Vintage Bobbins
If you shop any flea markets or antique stores you may have come across some vintage industrial bobbins. These large wooden bobbins make some great rustic decor accents.
I have seen them used in simply groupings for a shabby chic look, made into candle holders, and even primitive dolls. I wanted to show you some examples of these bobbins being used as decorative accents to give you a little inspiration.
I like to use them in simple groupings to enhance my decor.
This mason jar filled with bare wooden bobbins is an example of one such grouping. I added some thick twine and a fun vintage tag to the set to enhance the rustic look further.
Here is the bigger picture in a decorative setting:
Some of the bobbins that you may find are still wrapped with colorful threads. These can be especially fun to accent a room with a particular color scheme.
It just so happens that a couple of my threaded bobbins went quite well in my craft room with some of my sewing accents and decor:
I have collected so many bobbins that I have now put all of these and other vintage bobbins for sale in my store, The Rustic Attic.
Here are some other decorating ideas that I have found:
Here is an idea by Style Me Pretty for using the bobbins as little floral vases – how chic!
Another example of using threaded bobbins in a color scheme that works for you is in this rustic setting by Feather and Nest Kim.
I love this cheerful leave and bobbin display by Fig Tree Quilts. You could combine bobbins with any type of floral or leaf pick to bring in your desired color.
A grouping of vintage bobbins fits in quite nicely with old books!
Finally, for a very shabby chic display, try wrapping some bobbins with vintage lace.
Do you collect vintage bobbins? What ways have you used them in your decor or crafts?