This week’s Friday Five features…the BEST retro kitchen scale.
My friends, you won’t be surprised if you read last week’s gift guide for kitchen lovers and foodies. You know the Beekman Farmhouse retro kitchen scale had captured my heart 🙂
It got me thinking and searching for other examples. And it turns out, I might just have a new favorite.
- Check out this John Deere Vintage Metal Green Scale… So, John Deere don’t just produce tractors – who knew? This color is a strong statement in a black and white kitchen (like mine). It’s great value, too! And a little bit nostalgic for me, because I grew up in the countryside and John Deere tractors were my favorite.
Hey, this is still beautiful, though. And if you have a farmhouse style kitchen, this is absolutely for you.
Ok, now I’m really taking a trip down memory lane. When I was a kid and used to bake Chocolate Mud Cake at my friend Sarah’s house, she had these kind of scales. They are so much fun. And so beautiful. Perhaps not the most practical if you’re in a hurry. But then again, baking shouldn’t be done in a hurry 🙂
Here’s a weight set to go with it: Neewer 8 Pieces 1000 Gram Stainless Steel Weight Set.
But have you ever seen those brass bell weights in antique shops? Those would be just the ticket here, if you can find them.
Back in the land of the practical, this pretty red scale is sweet, useful and very reasonably priced.
Last but not least, I found this black and glossy version. Sometimes black is just the thing for looking clean and sophisticated.
So there’s our Friday Five this week! The BEST retro kitchen scale. Thank you for humoring me again with the Beekman Farmhouse scale. I just need to see it going to a good and appreciative home.
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