Separated At Birth

I found this toolbox at an antique mall not far from here. I fell in love with it as soon as I laid eyes on it.

I love the dark farmish green color and general rustiness of it. It will be great to put in my office to organize more of my junk.

When I got it home I realized that it was the same color as my tool caddy that I bought last year at the Rural Society Antique And Garden Show in Mount Vernon, Ohio and featured in my Winter Front Porch post. That green must be a popular color for the farm crowd.

(I got very thirsty while taking photos for the Winter 2011-12 Porch)

It was like they were separated at birth.

And then one of them ate a whole lot of meat and potatoes and got a lot bigger than the other one and then they were one of those sets of twins that no one can believe are actually twins.

Yeah, like that.

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Comments

  1. says

    Great find, I’m loving it. You can never go wrong picking up a little battered metal toolboxes. They are like a little black dress for home decor nuts like me.

  2. says

    I fell in love with that tool box too, as soon as I saw your link at Coastal Charm. I knew I would click and swoon. Be still my heart! That is a keeper right there. Love. It! And the little Winter scene makes me long for something even somewhat resembling cool air to blow this way. So sweet!
    Liz

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