More Repurposed Wall Hangers

January 7th, 2015 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
3 users recommend

The arched ornament on this one came from the clasp of a vintage small purse.
A person could keep important notes handy and visible with these new, old stock mousetraps.
Hold a hand/bar towel and pops some tops!
I turned the filename frame upside down to be able to hang keys from the finger pull.  A name tag can still be inserted into the tightened frame.
I like throwing in a double hanger sometimes.  This one uses cast iron fixture legs as the coat rack hanger.
This old heavy duty refrigerator handles have tension springs to hold heavier coats.
The arched ornament on this one came from the clasp of a vintage small purse.

The arched ornament on this one came from the clasp of a vintage small purse.


Until I run out of these old baseboard slices and door plinths, I really enjoy making these wall hangers for hanging coats, scarves, keys, etc.  The mousetrap one can hold important notes!  These give me an opportunity to use all the little knick knacks I collect here and there.  


Pattern or design used: My own design - Brian of GadgetSponge.com
posted in: member junk, recycled, upcycled, repurposed, repurpose, hallway, mud room, wall, faucets, hangers, coats, upcycle, hanger, scarfs, tags, laundry room, scarves, hooks, handles, mixed media, lockers, recycle, keys, valve

Comments (5)

suewhitney writes: These are as awesome as can be Brian. So many different varieties. Ya know a girl loves choices!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 7:27 am on January 12th
Oceanwaves02 writes: Really fun and funky! Posted: 7:15 am on January 10th
MakinItHappen writes: Wow, you are one busy guy! I especially love the bottle opener one. Posted: 5:46 pm on January 9th
StrangeCargo writes: Wow, Brian, nothing is safe from your creative eye. Love the mousetraps and refrigerator handles. Refrigerator handles? Amazing!

Ken Posted: 1:45 pm on January 8th
DunhamDesigns writes: Brian
you always come up with the most creative and beautiful projects.. I Love these
Great Job
Angi Posted: 11:09 am on January 7th
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