Monday, November 26, 2012

Repurposed Shutters to Storage

Found these lovely and sturdy shutters on Freecycle. Originally I thought they would be the more traditional looking types like the green one on the left. Instead I got a trunk full of European shutters like the ones on the left. All the cutesy ideas for shutters were shuffled to the back-burner and my brain started churning up new ideas.

the shutters before




Here is what I ended up with:

basement shelves
sheesh, didn't know I had so much paint!
shoe rack
screwed tin cans to the bottoms as spacers

also salvaged screws
only needed a couple screws from the misc pile
total cost of both projects: $0
Not bad, huh?

And I still have a couple of shutters left over to play around with. :)



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  1. WOW… I am thoroughly impressed with your hubby…that looks like such hard work…but the results…gorgeous!
    I'm sure there's a lot of fun included... :)

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