living room chandelier made from junk

February 22nd, 2009 in member junk     
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red flyer hanging from ceiling in kitchen held up by chains and S hooks hold pots and pans
headboard found at dump, add shelf and table you have a vintage fireplace.
dollhouse turned into a table and all the flowers are artificial.
my kitchen had a four foot drop down to the next room. I added a vintage screen, hung with plant hooks, and an old screen door. It actually looks like a screened in porch when the door is closed.

fireplace front made out of headboard and table legs. The red wallpaper is stapeled up so if I get tired of it I can change it.

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Comments (10)

CleverThinker writes: Love the sled in the air pot holder! What a gret idea for a cabin in the woods!!! Posted: 3:46 pm on December 31st
suewhitney writes: Love all of your ideas, but the Red Flyer is to die for! Nice work.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:01 pm on February 23rd
SeaGlassLady writes: What a fascinating home you've created from junk! SOOO much more appealing than filling one's house with brand new matched furniture!! Posted: 9:01 pm on February 23rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Hi and welcome to the site! Thank you for sharing so many of your ideas! I too, would love a closeup of that chandelier.
Take care,
Candy Posted: 4:31 pm on February 23rd
shamrockerin writes: wow- I have the identical quilt blanket on MY couch at home.

Also, LOVE the dollhouse table. would be perfect in a little girl's room. Posted: 10:10 am on February 23rd
JunkArchitect writes: You have a very interesting house. You sure can come up with lots of ideas. Posted: 9:30 pm on February 22nd
mypaintedfurniture writes: What a cute house, please give us a close up of the chandelier. Posted: 8:08 pm on February 22nd
texasjunkermom writes: Oh, and give us a close-up of the chandelier so we can see the how it's made from junk! Posted: 3:42 pm on February 22nd
texasjunkermom writes: Very interesting photos. In the one of the fireplace, to the left of it is a picture of a drum major--is it an advertising piece, like the top of an old calendar? Very neat. The fireplace is well-done; how ingenious of you to put it all together to make a "fireplace"! Posted: 3:35 pm on February 22nd
georgiamoon writes: Wow, you have come up with a bunch of ideas here. What a creative person you are. Thanks for sharing, georgia Posted: 3:34 pm on February 22nd
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