Sarah blogs at Edea Smith, where she points out, “As a busy Mommy of two a relaxing bath in an evening is often a rare but cherished experience.” She came up with this project–designed to keep bath essentials close at hand–using reclaimed wood. Her wood was free, coming from old scaffolding boards.
“Early in the summer my mom and I tore down the playhouse my dad had built for me as a child,” says Jamie at Anderson + Grant. “Even though the wood foundation was no longer in a condition to hold up the walls, the wood pickets that boarded the outside were still in great condition. We saved many of the boards to use for various projects.” Here is one of those projects.
Over at The Summery Umbrella, Liz is working on some pretty big home improvement projects. And, like many of those projects do, there is wood involved. Which means that Liz has quite a few wood scraps lying around. You should see what she’s been making from her scraps.
Over at My Sweet Savannah, Melaine has been looking for a cute way to hang her family’s towels by their hot tub. When her parents removed their hot tub, Melaine salvaged a piece of wood once used to hide the electrical panel before it went to the dump.
Debi presented this crazy cute piece of furniture on her blog, Debi’s Design Diary. It’s a mushroom ottoman, made from a stump pulled from her wood pile!
Over at Vintage News Junkie, Candace shares a project that is perfect for creating a lovely table arrangement for your holiday dinners. It all started with a big bucket of scrap wood.