19 Easy DIY Coat Rack Design Ideas
There are lots of things that you build by yourself and then use in your home. One example would be a coat rack. It’s a very useful and practical thing to have a home and when you’re building yourself you get to choose the dimensions, the design, the shape and to actually solve your storage...
Take an old shutter and give it a functional purpose. This shutter caddy would be great in a bathroom to hold towels or out by the pool to hold sunscreen, bug spray, towels, etc. Check out how I made it at http://artsyvava.blogspot.com/2012/07/shutter-caddy.html#
Hot tea and milk chocolate
At least I like to think so. I bought the lovely print there in the middle from Emily Falconbridge's Etsy Shop. It says "Love always wins"-in case you can't see it. The sales benefited the Australian wild fires. (Australia is her homeland.) Photos surrounding print complements of cute daughter, nephew, and niece. (And sister, since she took all photos except one.)
Beyond The Picket Fence
Beyond The Picket Fence,a DIY,crafts, furniture blog, home decor on a budget with reclaimed wood, thrift store finds, and repurposed materials.
I just took a pair of shutters to Mr. P's Emporium's booth, and they got me thinking about all the ways you can use them. I have a thing for old shutters. You'll find them throughout my house. I have an old chippy blue one in my dining room. The matching shutter is currently in the booth displaying artwork. And a pair flank the doorway to our living room. For inspiration on other ways to use them I turned to -- where else -- Pinterest, and found these great ideas. Here's one used as a plate…