Redefining the Word "Vintage"
The term “vintage” is often used to describe something that is old or that is around 50 years of age. However, many are surprised to know that the word, “vintage” first was used throughout the wine industry as the process of picking grapes and creating the finished product. Vintage, can also be used to refer to wine that is made from grapes that were all, or primarily, grown and harvested in a single specified year.
From wine to fashion and home decor, the term vintage now adds a touch of stylish glamour to describe something that is aged. As we strive to create and provide sustainable and quality products for the modern home, we have found a love for recreating vintage inspired pieces to display a touch of stylish age within your own home.
Incorporating these vintage pieces is easier than you may think and can be used in both small and large ways. For instance, you can add vintage pieces on a smaller scale by adding seltzer bottles to your bar cart. On a larger scale, you can use a statement vintage piece of furniture in your home and watch it transform into an investment piece for future generations.
If you still are stumped on how to incorporate vintage pieces into your home, our vintage inspired Wine Demijohns are the solution you have been looking for. Serving as amazing conversation starters, these recycled glass jars are handcrafted and mouth-blown into traditional 19th century molds. These unique demijohns are the perfect addition to any wine cellar, kitchen or hutch.