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May 20, 2013

Good Monday morning.  I hope you all had a restful (or productive,
as the case may be) weekend.  You know the drill - we always kick
off the week with inspirational repurposing so let's get started.

There's definitely some repurposing going on here as the base of the
coffee table is a vintage warehouse cart.  But what I'm drooling over is
the overhead light - it was constructed out of old lattice wood strips.

And while we're on the subject of old wood, take a
look at this charming 'mural' of stained scrap wood.

This piece of weathered art is composed
of 36 blocks of barn wood.

And how darling are these stenciled wood coasters?!

The next two wine racks were made from scrap wood:

Cute, aren't they?

Ever considered making your own wine crate?

Distressed barn wood makes a great mounting
for this reproductive vintage clock.

Boards from an old picket fence were
reused to create this shelving unit.

If you're going for a cabin look, think about replacing the
bathroom medicine cabinet with one made from old wood.

A weathered wood tile makes this coat
hook more interesting, doesn't it?

A simple weathered board makes a
charming rustic table runner.

Addicted 2 Decorating
It's a patio seat; it's a coffee table; it's a
storage bin - it's completely versatile!

We've all seen versions of this "We do" saying
but it's even more appealing on wood, isn't it?

Nordstrom sells a version of the same quote:
Something tells me you can make it a lot cheaper than Nordstrom!

We're having our deck disassembled and reconfigured today.
I hope there's lots of scrap wood left for some of these projects.


  1. So much creativity. I especially love the clock. I hope you are having a good week.