12 Vintage Signs – for Project inspiration

I love old signs and think they make really great decorative pieces. I am almost finished with my kitchen, but I really want to add a “fresh eggs” sign, of something similar before calling it done. I also like several of these ideas for the living room, and I’m constantly looking for inspiration. As I’ve been collecting all of these I thought the best place the save them would be here, on my blog. The bonus is that I get to share these faves with you too!

None of the signs listed here were made by me. Here are the signs I have made.

Here are some really awesome looking signs I’ve found. Some are DIY projects made by talented bloggers and some I found elsewhere. I think they provide some great inspiration. As you can see I really like the distressed, aged look. If you’ve found any awesome looking signs, please share the link in the comments!

Bakery Sign – My Decorating Addiction

Farmall Barn Wood Sign – The Country Chic Cottage

Vintage Movie Ticket Sign – Dittle Dattle

Vintage Coffee Sign – Gail’s Decorative Touch

Vintage Devoted Sign – All Things Home

Aged Nantucket sign – Emerald Cove

Bathroom Sign – Tracy’s Trinkets & Treasures

Aged Grocery Sign – Funky Junk Interiors

Egg Sign Find – Love of Family & Home

Cuisine Sign – That Mommy Blog

Vintage Wooden Sign – Country Living (slide 12)

Lion Coffee Sign – Miss Mustard Seed

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  1. Kerri says

    Thanks so much Amanda, for featuring my family bakery sign! I am a lover of vintage signs too; can't wait to see what other ones you might dig up!

  2. Gail says

    Thanks Amanda for featuring my "Coffeehouse" sign. What great features! Some I've seen and some I haven't. Great inspirations all in one blog post…who could ask for more!

    Have a wonderful day,

  3. Funky Junk Interiors says

    Cool feature, Amanda! And thanks for including mine too!

    I have a new one being shown next week. :)


  4. Lauren Merrill says

    I LOVE your blog! I also love the old distressed looking signs.. I think my favorite one was your EAT sign! I tried to replicate it but it didn't turn out so good.. I plan on attempting to make it again if i ever get a silhouette!!

  5. Amy Kinser says

    Thank you so much for sharing my sign. It was so simple to do, yet made a great statement in my room.

    I love old signs!

  6. michelle says

    Hi Amanda, thank you so much for featuring my Nantucket sign. These are all wonderful signs! i hope to do more soon!!

  7. Michelle says

    Wow, I am in great company! Thanks so much for including my "Cuisine" sign! Going to go look around your cute blog now!

  8. cajungal01 says

    Hi Amanda! I couldn't find how to email you but wanted you to know that I made a paint chip clock! I linked yours on my blog to give you some kuddos. Just wanted you to know!

  9. southernlady64 says

    I enjoyed your post and I do love old signs. You had some really good ones posted. Such a neat blog and I loved looking around and reading your stuff. Have a great weekend.

  10. Carrie @ Dittle Dattle says

    Thank you for including my movie ticket stub sign. I'm honored and will be grabbing you button for my sidebar. Thanks again.

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