I'm not sure I can tell you much about the (amazing) aviation museum, but I am feeling awfully inspired to add more touches of weathered, but polished, wood and welded accents to the townhouse. And also maybe some antique crates. Some objets d'art (propellers anyone?). I'm (loosely) seeing bits of early aviation in everything now, like this Gus Modern table.
|Gus Modern Hull Table|
This table, made from parts of a Jet engine, very literally adds a dose of aviation inspiration to a room.
For something smaller, I love these aeronautical trays.
The props in the museum - crates, old machinery, vintage labeling - in addition to early Canadian logos, were also inspiring.
So yes, I'm basically feeling inspired to add more industrial touches to the townhouse. You know how much we loved welded furniture (like Hubby's desk, our bedroom furniture and the coveted little table), now to pair it with some warm wood, weathered crates, hints of vintage travel and retro graphics. Something subtle, because I'm not sure I can fit a propeller anywhere.
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|via My Home Rocks|
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P.S. How many adults out there want an aviation party as cute as this kid's party???
|Harry's Vintage Airplane Party|