Toilet Topper

January 4th, 2009 in member junk     
Mluukkonen Mluukkonen, member
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The shutters and drawers were found at the local dump. I cleaned them up, and then sanded them a bit, other than that i did not alter the color. For the shutters i removed the knobs and hinges, fliped them over and used the back as the front. I placed 2 hinges in the middle of the shutters to hold them together. For the drawers I had my husband cut of the bottom edge of the drawer front so they would be flush against the wall. I removed the drawer pulls from the front of the drawer and put them on the inside as an accent. I hung the shelf with 2 screws and placed the shutter on top! The best thing about this project, it cost me nothing at all! You cant get a toliet topper like this at Home Depot!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Missy Luukkonen
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, house wear, brown

Comments (12)

irishrovr writes: This is WONDERFUL!

http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 10:03 pm on January 23rd
bubbasmom writes: I love the look.I have a cubby like that too so maybe I'll try it.I already have the old shutters on the bottom part of the window in the bath.Great job and great idea. Posted: 1:02 pm on January 10th
FunktionalJunk writes: This is a great idea! I especially like the way you have everything so artfully arranged. I agree with Debbie, it does look like a magazine photo! Great job!

Leah Posted: 12:51 am on January 5th
kopykatkim writes: Very Cool idea and what a great display for the bathroom. Love the look and the "cost" Thanks for sharing and Welcome.

Kim Posted: 8:27 pm on January 4th
junkermidge writes: How cool that the drawers fit the space so perfectly. And I like that you still were able to include the hardware. You did a great job on this project. Have fun with your new addiction!
Midge Posted: 2:13 pm on January 4th
Mluukkonen writes: Thank you so much for all your nice comments! I am just getting into this great hobby! I must say I am addicted! Thank you for pointing out my typo! I fixed it!! :) Posted: 1:07 pm on January 4th
Tuttibelle writes: Very cute. Thanks for the inspiration - I have a similar spot in my bath that i was wondering what to do with. Posted: 11:43 am on January 4th
fauxwoman writes: Looks like a magazine photo!
Debbie Posted: 10:44 am on January 4th
MimiToria writes: What an excellent job you did on this project. Way cool and for $0000. Incredible. Welcome to the site!
Gretchen Posted: 10:10 am on January 4th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Wow! You really worked some magic with your dump finds. It looks like a little country spa getaway. Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style! Can't wait to see more of your posts.

Candy

(You may want to check your link to your website in your profile...it's not going through due to the word blogspot.) Posted: 9:41 am on January 4th
StrangeCargo writes: A great collaboration of otherwise cast-off materials created into a functional art piece. Nice! Posted: 8:26 am on January 4th
LuAnn writes: This is tremendous. I really like it. Good job. Welcome to the site. Looking forward to seeing more great projects.

LuAnn Posted: 7:47 am on January 4th
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