Harness ring "valance"

October 23rd, 2009 in member junk     
dohlman dohlman, member
7 users recommend


You find harness rings from old single and double-trees at junk shops all over.  Loving rusty old metal, my wife and I started collecting them.  Many folks put them on the wall as rustic coat hooks, but we had enough old hooks around.  So we decided to string them out on a fat oak stick and make them into vine hooks for the philodendron "valence" we were starting to grow at the top of our kitchen window.  Now they are comfortable entwined.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, plant holder, kitchen, brown, curtain hooks, ivy hooks

Comments (9)

shabbychick writes: The wonderful ideas just keep coming - so glad you joined us at JUNKMARKET Style!

Very clever use!

Kathy Posted: 3:18 pm on October 27th
suewhitney writes: Clever and oh so attractive. Nice!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 11:43 am on October 25th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: These are fabulous! Wonderful idea.
Candy Posted: 10:29 am on October 24th
ALVN writes: I'm loving each and every one of your posts tonight! Just when I think it can't get any better! Well done, again!

Amy


Posted: 11:31 pm on October 23rd
MimiToria writes: Love the rusty patina on your harness rings. Very cool! Looks like it could make an awesome curtain rod too. Posted: 6:08 pm on October 23rd
RustyDiva writes: I am now fainting over all the great rusty pieces and awesome ideas! I like your style man. Posted: 5:44 pm on October 23rd
OldBarnRescue writes: I will need to be on the lookout for these. Great idea and re-use! Posted: 4:53 pm on October 23rd
oldnews writes: i've never seen anything like this before, it looks great! Very creative valence! I love it! Marie Posted: 3:50 pm on October 23rd
suewannabeinkc writes: This is great! I've got a few of those harness rings myself. I've seen them used as swag holders, but never to hold a beautiful living swag like yours. It's "green" in so many ways!
Thanks for sharing!!
Joanne Posted: 3:48 pm on October 23rd
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