I'm feeling a little nautical on this Repurposeful Monday.
What a clever idea - the top portion of an old wood
boat was cut off and is being used as a door frame.
A 1940s boat light was mounted on an antique
tripod to create an industrial-style floor lamp.
An old boat was used as a floating flower bed.
Used boat cleats mounted on weathered wood make a charming coat hook:
Green Home offers shower curtains made from recycled sailcloth from America's Cup boats. The sails are also used to make bean-bag beds and tote bags.
A small skiff makes an efficient cooler and party bar.
What a darling sand box!
Chart maps were charmingly turned into a nautical wreath:
Old nautical charts were used to cover books:
Marine signal flags were repurposed into pillow cases.
Old ship lights were converted into lamps:
Old buoys were used to make these nautical lamps:
You can't have a nautical repurposing post without
featuring a beautiful shell covered frame or mirror:
The back of a vintage Crest Line was turned into a nautical bench:
Home DIT recently posted several intriguing uses for discarded canoes:
Vintage canoes make great herb gardens.
This might be one of the most beautiful lodge light