I love the hooks with the hanging pots in this photo. An old ladder (look for these in thrift stores and at garage sales) hung from the ceiling with hooks can support an array of old pots. The pots don't have to be useable and I like ones with an aged patina.
This antique hand forged copper pot has a wonderful aged patina and is ready for hanging.
Baskets, both woven and wire, make lovely display items as well as being useful for storage.
Old worn kitchen wares are an inexpensive addition to a farmhouse kitchen. Hang them as a display on your wall, or place on a counter as a catchall.
Think tin colanders, graters, gelatin molds.
and although we can't all have a lovely old fireplace like this one to hang our iron pots,
we can still have the iron pots for hanging, a place to show off photos or postcards, or a lovely place for a potted flower.
Have a wonderful Thursday. I am heading off to another auction this afternoon.