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Blanket Rack to Farmhouse Vegetable Stand

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A flea market find scored a storage solution! I found a blanket rack and intended to repurpose it into a farmhouse style vegetable stand... for our kitchen!
I found this blanket rack at a local flea market and was determined to flip it into a farmhouse vegetable stand. Especially now during the peak of garden season. Imagine a veggie stand... farm style in the kitchen.
I started with removing the top rod and replacing it onto the bottom of the rack. Then, after cleaning the blanket rack, painted it. Then drew on farm images on the side panels. Finally distressed it and waxed it.
The fun part was adding some wire baskets and adding the produce!
***Please note: The fresh produce used here were for photograph purposes. Not all produce is stored at room temperature. ***
It's a fun and farmhouse style to keep produce without cluttering up the counters. Having this kind of storage is enjoyable! Easy access for cooking and eating. Repurposing and paint certainly makes needed things new and functional without breaking the budget. It's furniture flippin fun!
This project was created for the Fab Furniture Flippin Contest, sponsored by Old Fashioned Milk Paint Company with the theme, "Farmhouse Fun"!
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For more details see the original post --> http://redoityourselfinspirations.blogspot.com/2016/07/farmhouse-vegetable-stand.html

Materials I used for this project:

  • Paints   (Old Fashioned Milk Paint Company)
  • Sealing Wax   (Old Fashioned Milk Paint Company)
  • Wire Baskets   (Target)

To see more: http://redoityourselfinspirations.blogspot.com/2016/07/farmhouse-vegetable-stand.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Lana
    Lana Philadelphia, PA
    on Jul 29, 2016

    I wish I had a blanket rack so I could try this kitchen storage hack!

  • DIVYA
    DIVYA Campbell, CA
    on Jul 29, 2016

    Such a cool flip!

  • Virginia R
    Virginia R Jamestown, NY
    on Jul 29, 2016

    My concern is much of our produce should be/needs to be kept in fridge.

    • Certainly caution is necessary. Some of these photographed SHOULD be refrigerated. For the purpose of the post, they were used as props, then promptly cooked or chilled/frozen. However, onions and potatoes are binned. Thank you for the kind reminder. It's always best to be safe.

  • Jane Myers-Reinmuth
    Jane Myers-Reinmuth
    on Jul 29, 2016

    I have one in storage that a family member made me many years ago think I'll do this for storage elsewhere in the house!

  • Brooke
    Brooke New Richmond, OH
    on Jul 29, 2016

    Very cute! I have a blanket rack that I'm not using and rehabbing my farm house. Might be a new addition down the road. Thanks for sharing!!!!

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