Thursday, May 15, 2014

I Made a Rustic Weathered Wood Wall Rack with Verdigris Accents

 The tourist season, in Southport, will soon be in full swing. So, I've started to focus on creating some new items to add to my inventory, in my space, at the Northrop Antiques Mall.

This weathered, wood rack is what I made today.

I found these great verdigris drawer pulls in Hobby Lobby...I love their detailed carving.

The cast iron bird knob came from there, too.

Vintage knobs from an old dresser were added in between.

A little bundle of lavender

vintage post cards

and a hanging bud vase are included with the deal.

I had no where to hang it for photos, so our porch is where it ended up.
























Usually, I get comments on our screened in porch, so, I thought that I'd share a few more pics of it with you. 




This is my favorite wooden tote....my honey's old toolbox!

This was the porch from last Mother's Day. You can see more looks and other views around the room, just type " screened in porch" in my search bar, too!

I'll be back to show you my memo/organizer window that went to my space, too!

 Love, Hugs and Kisses,

JP
and Gucci, too!



Visiting Southport,  N.C? be sure to stop by my booth @ the Northrop Antiques Mall and see what I may have there for you!


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2 comments:

Barb Marshall said...

I am a bit of a postcard/letter loving gal so I just had to visit to get a closer look at the delightful vintage postcard and the creative way you have displayed them. Lovely! That handwritten french is something else. Visiting you via 'TheFarmBlogHop."

Dawn WeCallItJunkin said...

I love this fabulous project! Great look, and I love your porch, too. Thank you for sharing at the History & Home link party - Dawn, We Call It Junkin.com