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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Old Beat Up Zenith Wringer Washer

An old Zenith wringer washer we picked up on a ranch in South Dakota to add to my 'collection' of wringer washers. This one will definitely become a planter.

I just love old wringer washers planted with geraniums, petunias and trailing plants...this will make a great planter! And it best of all...it was Free! (It better be...in that condition!)

Love the rust!

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Linking to:
 Faded Charm for White Wednesday
Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Friday
The Charm of Home for Home Sweet Home
French Country Cottage for Feathered nest Friday


GardenofDaisies said...

That will look beautiful filled with flowers!! Years ago, I saw toilets being used as planters in a New Mexico front yard. I guess they were the sort of folks who wanted to repurpose everything.

Bohemian said...

What a great Found Treasure... and was it sitting out in that fabulous Field just like that when you discovered it? Postcard perfect image that is!!!

Dawn... The Bohemian

Cindy@OldTimePickers said...

Great find! Love your photos with the field. Picture perfect!

Anne said...

Ho! what a beautiful antiques I do remember how wringer washer.
I do remember how wringer washer and put rubber diapers through that wringer diapers and explodes and I ruined a couple of shirts
Did you ever get anything caught in a wringer?or ruined a couple of shirts?

Tete said...

I have used one of those, but thankfully if wasn't for long. They did wash good.
They make really cute planters.

victoriantailor said...

So Cool, love the way you photograph things, Celeste, The Victorian Tailor

L'Heure Bleue At Home said...

Such romantic photography! I feel so inspired. Thanks so much for sharing.

Nook & Cranny said...

No way! What a great idea.
It is so much fun looking at all the ideas people in blog land come up with for planters, gives me much inspiration.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a great holiday weekend.

Sherry said...

Oh, these are so neat. There used to be one in an old farmhouse I played in as a child. Great idea for a planter!
Thanks for joining HSH!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Wow, this brings back memories, I used to watch my grandmother use one just like this! thanks for linking up!! xo Debra

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

It is super charming!! I love old rusty pieces too!! Thanks for sharing at FNF!:)