Singer Sewing Base Wall Shelf with Yardsticks and Gym Wire Locker Baskets

October 28th, 2014 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
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In my pursuit to use every individual piece of your typical antique sewing machine base, I found a way to use the center piece that stretches across to each side panel.  It's a storage rack that mounts on the wall!  I cut off the top protruding piece to round out the design in the front.  Some vintage wire locker baskets work great for keeping things organized.  Some distressed wood, yardstick, and some copper-plated pipe hangers round out the design!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Brian of GadgetSponge.com
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Comments (6)

deergirl writes: Yeah, your vision is amazing. I'm always SO impressed with what you come up with! Posted: 6:37 am on December 13th
JunkArchitect writes: This would make an amazing display shelf in a clothing store...great job!

Jim
Posted: 10:58 am on October 30th
suziart writes: Really nice idea!
Well done!

suZi~ Posted: 7:56 pm on October 29th
PlentyPlace writes: I would love this for our laundry room! Way to be creative on this one. Love it.

Kerry Posted: 12:38 pm on October 29th
Junkpony writes: Very creative, love the locker baskets. Great job Brian! Posted: 12:12 pm on October 28th
MakinItHappen writes: Astounding! You really know how to let the creative juices flow! Also, you apparently have an unbelievable stash of good stuff. Posted: 10:58 am on October 28th
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