Old grain elevator rack....

September 15th, 2009 in member junk     
jsouciekitt jsouciekitt, member
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The rack came out of an old grain elevator in Nebraska. They used it to organized the different sized rubber belts for trucks and combines. We attached it to the wall and now use it for a coat rack.


posted in: member junk, wood, industrial, black, entry, aluminium-metallic

Comments (15)

MimiToria writes: Very innovative use. It is perfect!
Gretchen Posted: 10:23 am on September 28th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Wonderful! Posted: 3:09 pm on September 24th
shabbychick writes: What a great find - and a perfect reuse for it!

Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style and thanks for sharing! Looking forward to more of your posts!

Kathy Posted: 12:33 pm on September 21st
JunkArchitect writes:

“The rack came out of an old grain elevator in Nebraska”
A quote like that would make any true junker’s heart skip a beat. I WANT your coat rack...it is so cool!

Jim
Posted: 10:53 pm on September 17th
fionaandtwig writes: I'm gonna have to be on the lookout for one of these, I love it! How come I've never seen these before?
All the best,
~ Anne Posted: 5:46 pm on September 16th
bluejean writes: I have two of these, but they don't have the numbers. I have one in my laundry room and use it to drip dry my clothes. I never knew what it was used for and appreciate the history lesson. Thanks! Posted: 12:58 pm on September 16th
RustyDiva writes: Very cool! Love the story behind it. Posted: 12:46 pm on September 16th
suewhitney writes: Hi there and welcome to JUNKMARKET Style. We're glad to have you on board! I love your new coat rach...very innovative. I have seen thes at flea markets and been drawn to them, but never knew what they were originally used for. Thanks for the info. My wondering mind can rest now. Hahaha! Have fun on the site...

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 8:49 am on September 16th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I love this and now knowing its former use makes it even cooler. Great find! Lani's idea about having an assigned number would come in handy at my house too!
Candy Posted: 6:37 am on September 16th
CottageElements writes: I have one of these in my kids bathroom that they use for their towels. They have to put their towel on their number so they don't use each others. Stops fighting if you know what I mean. They really are a great piece and I have always wondered where they came from. Thanks for the post!

Lani Posted: 12:22 am on September 16th
alicemom writes: What a great fine! I love the re-purpose. Fab-o
smiles, alice Posted: 8:22 pm on September 15th
writes: This is a great re-purpose! Love it! Posted: 6:04 pm on September 15th
chippingcharm writes: Looks great...love the numbers! Laurel Posted: 4:16 pm on September 15th
monakent writes: I love, love, LOVE this piece!!!! As soon as I saw it, I looked to see where you lived, to see if you were close enough for me to come to your house and get it, but alas, WI is too far away from VA.... although, I DO have two sisters that live in VA....mmmmmmm....

You are so lucky to have found this piece. It's the ultimate clothes rack. Someday I hope to find such a wonderful piece of junk!!!

Signed,
Green-With-Envy
(gailmarie) Posted: 1:27 pm on September 15th
fellowjunker writes: What a fabulous find......I love hearing the stories behind the junk pieces!!!
xojanis Posted: 1:07 pm on September 15th
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