1 Deli Dispenser, How Many Ways?

February 11th, 2009 in member junk     
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The deli paper dispenser.
As a string/twine/ribbon dispenser.
How about a toilet paper holder?
In the kitchen for quick access to a dish towel?
In the entry to catch those gloves, scarves, or umbrellas!
In the powder room to welcome guests.
A simple way to display your favorite jewelry!
Need a place to hang those keys?
I know you have extension cords to organize!
Every pet lover needs a clever pet station!
Cook up a storm while using it as a cookbook stand.
My fave...use it to hold your favorite publications! JunkMarket, of course!
The deli paper dispenser.

The deli paper dispenser.


This is a vintage deli paper dispenser I picked up on my Junking Weekend, December 27-28, 2008! What do you do with a vintage deli paper dispenser? Well, I came up with 19 (yes, 19!) repurpose ideas for this wonderful vintage item. You can use it all around the house! In fact, there are so many ideas, I couldn't fit them all into this post! You'll have to visit me at WhisperWood Cottage to see the remaining 8 ideas. Which is your favorite? Any other ideas? Can't wait to hear!

 

Amy

 

 

 


Pattern or design used: My own design - ALVN of WhisperWood Cottage
posted in: member junk, metal, container, eclectic, industrial, organizer, whimsical, white, picture holder, kitchen, bedroom, entry, bathroom, study, shelf, office, mudroom, coat rack, key holder

Comments (14)

purple412 writes: O.K., Amy, now I want a deli paper dispenser! I'm so impressed, I would have never thought of that many possibilities! How cool! Posted: 11:43 pm on March 3rd
bridiemurphy writes: Oh, the towel holder, of course! Very, very fun. Posted: 10:36 am on February 23rd
shabbychick writes: Who woulda thought??? 19 uses (and counting...I'm sure!!) Looks like you had fun with that great dispenser - all very cool ideas! Love the towel dispenser too! Going to check out your blog for the rest!

P.S. How about in a garden shed...with some hooks to hang garden tools, etc...?? (#20?):)

Thanks so much for sharing, Amy!

Kathy Posted: 10:39 am on February 16th
livinonthecrowrock writes: I love all the ideas- such a useful object! Whoda thunk it? Posted: 7:07 pm on February 13th
irishrovr writes: It's too hard to pick out just one favorite! Me? I'd probably use it as a towel holder in the bath with a hand towel that snaps together so it rolls around the bar.

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 6:50 pm on February 13th
CottageElements writes: Awesome repurpose, Amy! I think my fav is the bathroom one with the towels and bath accessories. Very cool piece!

Lani Posted: 12:56 am on February 13th
fleaspeech writes: It just goes to show-- one person's junk is another person's towel/accessory/leash/cook book holder! The Hell's Kitchen Flea Market is warming up for spring so we're getting excited... Posted: 11:06 am on February 12th
SeaGlassLady writes: You've beautifully demonstrated the wonderful versatility of junk! How much more satisfying it is to repurpose an item most people would trash than to purchase a new object designed for a specific purpose! Posted: 8:22 am on February 12th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Talk about multipurpose...and you couldn't even fit all your ideas on the post! Love that!

Thanks Amy!
Candy Posted: 7:15 am on February 12th
GOT_ART writes: My favorite is the toilet paper holder and the powder room! Posted: 1:09 am on February 12th
berton718 writes: So many wonderful uses for a piece of JUNK!! Posted: 11:47 pm on February 11th
fellowjunker writes: Great job Amy.........looks like you had lots of fun with this. Beautiful photography as always!!!!!!!!!!!!!
xojanis Posted: 10:08 pm on February 11th
csudderth writes: Wow--lots of good ideas for one great piece. I think my favorite is the powder room use.
Christy Posted: 10:03 pm on February 11th
JunkArchitect writes: I wish I could find one of these. They are all such great ideas.

Jim Posted: 8:56 pm on February 9th
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