Old farm to new home!

July 23rd, 2009 in member junk     
SalvagingAngel SalvagingAngel, member
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An old hitching post is now a hand railing.
Farm windows are now privacy shutters on clients upperdeck. The table was a family name plaque repurposed to a bar counter.
An old hitching post is now a hand railing.

An old hitching post is now a hand railing.


Finally.....I was able to resize a couple of pictures for now. (Thanks again audlyenuf!)

The hitchpost now handrail was taken from an old farmers lot that is soon to be new subdivision as were the windows and sign now table. The hand rail was sanded like forever, black stain was applied to the groves and cracks and then wiped of. Colonial maple stain was then added with many coats of Poly.

The old windows were re-glassed with privacy glass, inexpensive hardware that was purchased in bulk from a hardware store that was closing was used to hang and close shutters...and voila privacy sutters for the upper deck. (A full milkbox X3 of assorted household hardware only cost $25.00.)

The shelf table was a family name sign made frome a cut sliver of an old, large tree., you know the kind that they carve or burn your name into it! Once it was sanded the same finish as above was applied. The natural curve of this piece fit purfectly on the sill ledge. And just because......if you look under the table the family name was left on.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, outdoor spaces, farm, shelf, window coverings

Comments (7)

junkermidge writes: What clever reuses of those vintage items. I especially like the name sign turned table. Good job!
Midge Posted: 6:41 pm on July 25th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: These projects are fantastic! I, too, love the windows!

Wonderful work and glad to see you posting!
Candy Posted: 6:34 pm on July 24th
suewhitney writes: Absolutely adore those windows! Woa they are cool. Glad to see you figured the posting thing out. Can't wait to see more. Love the handrail idea too. i used old ballet bars for mine.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 4:04 pm on July 24th
fellowjunker writes: What meaningful pieces to fill a home with.....beautiful job!!! So glad you figured out how to post your pictures!! Can't wait to see more.
xojanis Posted: 2:14 pm on July 24th
alicemom writes: Great jobs! Love both! Keep on showing & telling!
smiles, alice Posted: 10:06 pm on July 23rd
monakent writes: SOOOO glad you were able to figure out how to post your pictures. These turned out great, as did your projects. Thanks for sharing. Keep 'em coming!!! gailmarie Posted: 3:10 pm on July 23rd
RustyDiva writes: I love all the pieces and the stories behind them. Gives great character to any space. Awesome big ole chunk of wood ~ my fave. Great save. Keep up the good work1 Posted: 2:17 pm on July 23rd
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