Neighborhood Junk turned into a Beautiful Jewel

October 16th, 2008 in member junk     
junkinhart junkinhart, member
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Finished jewelry armoire -- love my JB!
Doors made from neighbors old window shutters (had cloth in the openings) and roof flashing from another roofing project pounded with a hammer and distressed with black paint.  The necklaces are hung up by cheap little plate racks screwed to the back. Rings are inserted into black velvet covered insulation board.
Here is the pounded roof flashing distressed with black paint inserted into the shutters where the cloth had been.     (Picture stayed sideways!! IDK!!)
The drawer is made out tongue & groove board -- this is where I put anything that doesnt hang.  The divided compartment is from a recycled jewelry box and my post earrings are poked into a velvet covered insulation foam board.
This is the ring organizer and where I hang earrings that can be hung.  The earring are hung on copper wiring that was pulled from an old piece of electrical wire.  (Again picture stayed sideways!!)
Finished jewelry armoire -- love my JB!

Finished jewelry armoire -- love my JB!


Our neighbors know of our junk turned beautiful projects and offer us anything before they throw it out.  My JB made me this jewelry armoire from boards that once was a garage wall, roof flashing, interior hinged shutters from lower half of windows, tongue & groove boards, plate holders, recycled jewelry box, insulation foam board, black velvet dress, copper wiring from old electric cord, little thread holders.  I think that might be about it!  Oh yes, the stain was even donated!


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Jewelry Armoire
posted in: member junk, metal, wood, furniture, organizer, bedroom, black, bathroom, brown, shelf

Comments (5)

CottageElements writes: What a fun project. We can all use more jewelry storage, can't we! Love the effect you did on the doors. Thanks for sharing!

Lani
Posted: 7:02 pm on October 16th
LuAnn writes: This is truly a beautiful piece of furniture out of cast off from others.

LuAnn Posted: 5:49 pm on October 16th
georgiamoon writes: Wow. This is a great use of MANY different junk elements. I really like to see such a beautiful piece of furniture created from nothing..I love furniture! Great job, Georgia Posted: 1:56 pm on October 16th
MimiToria writes: Pretty amazing to come up with such a functional project from using what a neighbor would throw out as junk. The copper wire useage for the hanging earrings and the roof flashing components are very creative uses of metal.
Since I'm a jewelry designing,this was fun for me to view.
Thanks for sharing with all of us.
Gretchen Posted: 10:35 am on October 16th
junkin4fun writes: That is so cool. It is so great he can take all those different pieces and make it into something so beautiful and functional.

Robin Posted: 9:50 am on October 16th
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