Reclaimed headboard Now coat/hat rack

March 2nd, 2010 in member junk     
chacha5611 chacha5611, member
6 users recommend


After cutting up a head board for one of my bench's I made this coat/hat rack

Old antique already chippy wood, just added vintage green paint, distressed and sealed.

wrought iron hooks...........

If you have a hobby lobby in your area, every other week hooks are on sale 50% off. So this project costs $3.50


posted in: member junk, wood, cottage, country, chic, green, coat rack

Comments (13)

suewhitney writes: What a gorgeous piece. Great job!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 11:24 am on March 7th
fellowjunker writes: Beautiful!
xojanis Posted: 8:49 pm on March 5th
chacha5611 writes: thank you!!! Posted: 10:11 pm on March 3rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Nothing is put to waste. Love that! This turned out beautifully, chacha. And thanks for the tip about HL!
Candy Posted: 7:31 pm on March 3rd
shabbychick writes: Very nice - love the finish! You've given the headboard a great new life!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 4:19 pm on March 3rd
RustyDiva writes: Absolutely love the look of the light wood mixed with the dark rusty hooks. Great job! Posted: 9:50 am on March 3rd
chippingcharm writes: Looks great, love the finish! Laurel Posted: 8:21 am on March 3rd
DumpsterDecorators writes: The shape and detail of the headboard give it great style. Posted: 8:10 am on March 3rd
alicemom writes: Very Clever! I love HL for sure!
smiles, alice Posted: 11:33 pm on March 2nd
ninnarae writes: This is really lovely- a very versatile piece-it would work well in so many places! Posted: 10:24 pm on March 2nd
oldnews writes: Great idea! Yours is really lovely! Marie Posted: 10:08 pm on March 2nd
SweetMelissa writes: I have a back piece form an old pressback chair...this would be a good way to make it wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

Missy Posted: 9:42 pm on March 2nd
MakinItHappen writes: This is very cute. GOOD JOB! Posted: 9:22 pm on March 2nd
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