I think my favorite thing in the whole world is repurposing things, how about you?
Amazing friends, today I am sharing how I gave this $10 thrift store spindle headboard a whole new purpose:
I always have a hard time passing up a good deal on a perfectly good twin headboard, and one that has spindles? Well that doesn’t stand a chance…it is definitely coming home with me!
One of my favorite ways to repurpose them is to simply cut off the legs:
Paint it, and add a few hooks:
Voila! An instant coat rack or perfect towel holder! So simple, and charming right?
This is painted in Bit of Sugar by Behr made into DIY chalk paint. (Recipe HERE.) I sanded then sealed with Annie Sloan’s clear soft wax.
The hooks are from Hobby Lobby and were originally black. I spray painted them in Rustoleum Robin’s Egg blue.
I put them in a Ziploc bag and shook them around to get a distressed look.
Oopsie…the one on the end there is hanging a little to the left…that’s what you get with handmade things sometimes. 🙂
I adore anything with lots of spindles!
I get questions about what I use to hang some of the things I make and I always forget to take pictures. I remembered this time! I like to use these D-ring hangers for items with a little weight to them:
I have some with two screw holes as well, that I use with really heavy items.
I hope you enjoyed this quick and simple update! This cutie will be making its way to my booth very soon.
If you liked this makeover, you will surely LOVE this one:
See how I repurposed this spindle bed HERE!
I’ll be back here on SUNDAY with a brand new CRAFT JUNK GIVEAWAY!! I’ll be joining several other ladies who will all be giving away craft junk of their own, so there will be lots of chances to win some goodies!
Then I’ll return with my Trash-to Treasure girls on Tuesday! I’ll be making over something I’m keeping for my own house this time, these outdoor chairs:
UPDATE: These chairs are all refreshed and ready for another season! See how they turned out HERE!
See y’all this weekend! 🙂
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