Top 10 Pick...Architectural and Furniture Pieces

February 16th, 2012 in member junk     
JunkSituation Tammy Hodges, contributor
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Vanity mirror-frame can jazz up wall art by simply hanging it over (or under) the grouping.
Slatted drawers with graphics make for an awesome wall display. These came out of a dresser that was used for my vanity.
The copper plate and glass knob were a great save on this door ...now a shelf. The door was cut to 1/3 original width.
Shutters are always a fav!
Chunky table legs and lots of pieces and parts were used in creating this door table.
A chippy fence... a small door for the top... and door parts for the legs. It continues to generate lots of conversation among our guests!
Booth space created with porch rails and suspended windows.
Layering these pieces added some pizazz to the shed and covered up a bad place as well.
Barn doors + good carpenter = new laundry room cabinet doors :)
Printers drawer shelf.... put the cool side face down:)
After an oak table leg split apart, it made  a perfect addition to mount on the end of this door headboard.
Suspending cool arcitectural pieces in a home are an unexpected treat to guests. This section of door hides the side view of a stove near a side entry to the farmhouse.
Vanity mirror-frame can jazz up wall art by simply hanging it over (or under) the grouping.

Vanity mirror-frame can jazz up wall art by simply hanging it over (or under) the grouping.


Elements from pieces of the past make for great design in decorating and become conversation pieces.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Tammy Hodges
posted in: member junk, wood

Comments (6)

luvabullme writes: wow! i love all the pieces that came together to make this awesome table! I have to try adding legs to something -lol
Posted: 4:26 pm on February 27th
gadgetsponge writes: Excellent visuals!! That booth space with the porch rails and windows is so awesome. The picket fence/door small table is something I'm going to have to try. Thanks so much for all this inspiration. I need to go overhaul my booth!!! Posted: 12:45 pm on February 18th
chippingcharm writes: So many fun ideas...I'm guessing there a lot things at your house that "generate conversations" :) Laurel Posted: 11:59 am on February 18th
annebell writes: Wow, Tammy! These are some fantastic projects! Tons of ideas here. Posted: 6:41 am on February 18th
JunkArchitect writes: Well you picked my two favorite junk elements of ALL time and what a beautiful collection of projects too. I would use old architectural pieces in all my work if I could find enough of them.

Jim
Posted: 5:25 am on February 17th
georgiamoon writes: Wow, you brought a LOT of great ideas to the table on this one. Really great projects. I'd like to do some of them in my home. Thanks for the inspiration, Georgia Posted: 5:45 pm on February 16th
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