Though cedar chests, or hope chests, have their roots in antiquated marital traditions, every grandma seemed to have one, where she stored spare linens, photo albums, and more. To this day, these trunks look great at the foot of beds, and they just make good storage sense.Grandmothers usually know best, and that goes for home décor, too. More than likely, what was "in" when Grandma decorated her house and then "out" when your mom decorated hers is back "in" again. After all, trends are cyclical. But there are certain classics that will never go out of style, and they can be traced right back to your family's matriarch. So channel your inner granny with these vintage ideas—and when guests praise your decorating decisions, just tell them you got it from your Nana!
Whether for coffee, tea, flour, or sugar, decorative metal canisters are fun and functional, and you'll think of your sweet Grandma every time you bake a batch of cookies or brew a cup of coffee.
Didn't every kid think these were the coolest? Take inspiration from grandma's house and add one to your grown-up abode.
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