Paint Your Creation to Match Your Decor!
Old furniture parts (aka junk) have been repurposed into this charming wall quilt rack. While you’re unlikely to find the exact components used in the example, it’s a clever idea that can be easily adapted to whatever you do find.
Check yard sales and thrift stores for parts you can use. Or, look at Home Depot or Lowe’s for new parts you can configure into a rack.
In this case, two old bed posts and three table legs were combined by Larissa from Prodigal Pieces. We can also imagine a smaller rack made from the back of a ladderback chair.
Some sanding, drilling, screws and paint are all it takes. If you’re handy with tools you can probably do this yourself. Or enlist a friend or family member to help out.
The rack will be wonderful in whatever color you choose to paint it. Create a bright accent for the room, or go with colors that blend with your decor.
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