Joan from Scavenger Chic loves old wall hooks, "especially when they are made out of something unexpected." She snagged a bunch of casters from her junk pile and combined them with scrap wood to create a fabulous coat rack with a stylish rustic industrial vibe!
I have such an adorable project to show you, today! Ananda from A Piece of Rainbow saw a faucet coat rack being sold online, but when she tried to purchase it was no longer available. Instead, she made her own, using a former piece of fence wood and some old outdoor faucet handles.
At her blog Simply Country Life, Adina tells us that this piece of wood was headed to the garbage because the carvings that had once been on it had broken or fallen off. Even with those carvings missing, she loved the shape of the piece, so Adina saved it from the burn pile.
At The Weekend Country Girl, Karen says that when she found this dresser on the roadside waiting for heavy trash day, it was in pretty bad shape. But it had good bones: solid wood and dovetailed drawers, so she convinced her husband to help her get it home.
Shari from Turnstyle Vogue loves to incorporate old windows into her home décor. If you’ve been itching to get your hands on an old window of your own, Shari suggests checking out “vintage stores, Habitat ReStores, Craigslist and your local recycling center.”
At Shona Skye Creations, Kristy had some old wood that had been removed from her deck. She'd saved it from the dumpster, hoping to be able to use it for a project someday. Someday arrived, when Kristy was eyeing the big, empty wall in her bedroom and thought of a way to use that space.
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