Still life items that I had a school for students to look at while they drew with pencils ended up out at the shed. A lot of those things are displayed on shelves and in the window.
A pot from my parents garage hangs from the ceiling waiting for a plant to be put into it. Someday it will graduate to that type of use.
The old scythe is from my wife's farm that originally was her grandfathers farm. I am sure her granddad used that scythe to cut prairie grass. The story goes that her granddad bought the farm near Grimes and lived in a shed with a couple of his brothers. They cut prairie grass the first year and sold it in the downtown area of Des Moines in order to make money. The old rake is a cheapie one that I still use in a pinch. It is ready for the landfill. The red cupboard next to that was inherited from a former shop teacher that wanted it out of the shop.