Multifunctional Coat Rack From an Old Window.

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$24
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Here is the upcycling version. Bohemian style with cheerful colors and combined.To decorate an entrance, while welcoming the guests of the house as it should,

a pallet window frame and a cut-out board at a length; all sanded and painted with blue turauoise

cut into a piece of wood a rack for the shelf

drill well screw the board and the rack to build the stage.

pass touches of other colors with brush or sponge to have a bohemian patina effect

decouper une planche à la bonne taille et des lattes qui vont accueillir le miroir puis les couvrir de serviettes en plusieurs couches avec du mod podge. Drill and screw to the frame

paint a metal oven plate upcyclee, sticking reminiscent patterns of towels, it becomes a magnetic table to drill, screw and place on the frame

screw two cache pots that will serve as empty pocket and screw hooks coat hooks

fix a board with small hooks at regular intervals to hang keys

provide a hook to put the little decorative angel dore

stick the mirror and screw the mirror frame and its shelf

coat a vase of napkins with the mod podge and screw a small board to put it down

varnish all the wooden set and the vase


Voilà  a multifunctional coat rack from an old window. Here is the upcycling version. Bohemian style with cheerful colors and combined.

To decorate an entrance, while welcoming the guests of the house as it should, This wall panel entrance allows to hang clothes, to leave small words on the magnetic board, includes a shelf, 2 empty pockets, a mirror , key hooks, and even a vase and a golden cherub. This multifunctional furniture has been painted, patinated, varnished and trimmed, it's real ecological crafts!

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