Vintage Schoolhouse Chic

Schoolhouse Chic has been emerging for some time now and I thought it was time to take a break from the flurry of images in my head and examine the look.

Rising out of this design comes the love for globes, educational charts & maps, chalkboard everything, glass beakers as vases, card catalog storage, schoolhouse lighting, use of letters & numbers and the industrial feel of school desks, stools and chairs.

Some images to illustrate,

Margot Austin

Margot Austin

Design Sponge sneak peek

Design Sponge sneak peek Lynda

Letter wall hooks, C.S. Post & Co.

CS Post hooks

Schoolhouse Electric Company

Schoolhouse electric

Iron jack, C.S. Post & Co.

CS Post jacks

Learn about the conifers of Canada with lovelydesign’s Conifer print

Sharilyn conifer poster

 Three Potato Four

Three Potato Four

Design Sponge sneak peek, Katarina Andersson

Design Sponge sneak peek

Design Sponge sneak peek, Jack and Lulu

Design sponge sneak peek Jack and Lulu

Swim locker, Museum of Useful Things

Museum of Useful Things swim locker

Design Sponge, Amy Zurcher

Design Sponge Amy Zurcher

Metal gym lockers, Extra Virgin Home

Extra Virgin Home lockers

Incredible chalkboard in a playroom featured in Charlotte Home & Garden

Charlotte Home & Garden chalkboard

Old School book, Uppercase

Upper Case Old School

the converted Federal-style schoolhouse of Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke, Country Living

Federal schoolhouse John Loecke

 letters & numbers, C.S. Post & Co.

CS Post letters

vintage Sears fan, Vintage Interiors

sears fan Vintage Interiors

My vintage school chalkboard on a stand

the estate of things chooses vintage chalkboard

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