I'm thinking of using salvage shutters in a similar way to store my crafty supplies, but rather than use the shutters as doors I want to have open face shelves where the shutter is the top and/or back of the piece (if that makes sense).
Another pinner wrote:I made this lighted side table over the summer. Some neighbors of ours threw out some old folding closet doors that resembled shutters (they looked like this but were obviously in a lot worse shape.
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vintage shutter decor leaning on wall.love the rustic beach house decor ~Perfect for my seaside/nautical studio apartment~
Pin discovered by Laura Bradbury www.laurabradbury.com I literally cannot get enough of these vintage shutters sourced for me by @thebigbloomroom! Prepare to see them styled in every room in the house #sorrynotsorry before their final destination as sliding doors in the garden room. ~ ~