Unique Marriage?

July 29th, 2009 in member junk     
Vintage_Vix Vintage_Vix, member
12 users recommend


This was a marriage between an abandoned fish tank stand and a wicker storage basket lid. Fun project with minimal effort. Just drilled holes in the stand and screwed the lid on. Then cut a small piece of wood for the bottom, stained it, and screwed it on as well. The rest of the basket couldn't be salvaged, but I couldn't bear to throw away the lid. Glad I kept it ....


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, tabletop, metal, wood, eclectic, furniture, , country, garden, whimsical, fun, family room, outdoor spaces, kitchen, living room, porch, bedroom, entry, dining room, chic, bathroom, table, study, brown, office, great room, sunroom, mudroom, game room, wicker

Comments (7)

fourpawsmom writes: what great idea i now know what to do with a phone table in the bedroom to make it more useable space.first time poasting i look foward to sharing ideas i might come up with.i wish all my junkers out there a merry christmas.fourpawsmom Posted: 9:27 pm on December 12th
pamphyila writes: I have just placed a large tin tray (English) on top of a sea grass chest from Pier 1 - to make a larger area to put things on top of the chest (in the bathrm). Recently I also bought an art glass plate (from thriftyshop)to put on my vintage nightstand drawers I use as a sidetable in my living room. Now my glasses won't fall off! & I gained a bit more usable space on the top, too... Posted: 1:12 pm on November 2nd
dresdenjunkshun writes: I just passed on a wrought iron fish stand at a yard sale today...wish now I would have bought it...what a cute idea! Posted: 9:47 pm on August 21st
suewhitney writes: Love this combo! Great job...

Happy Junking,
Sue Posted: 9:40 am on August 2nd
smiller0529 writes: What a neat idea! Posted: 11:47 am on August 1st
byabpryor writes: A true upcycle piece! Posted: 8:28 am on July 30th
alicemom writes: The odd wins again! great save & job.
smiles, alice Posted: 10:21 am on July 29th
You must be logged in to post comments. Click here to login.