Palette Hall Tree
Each piece is unique to the pallet boards available but consistent in look. Will be as close to picture as possible. Hooks on top storage on the bottom and a bench including cushion to sit on.
A friend asked me to build her a hall tree. We could not find a door that she liked, so I built it from scratch. Once painted, she wanted it antiqued. I started with rough cut lumber and cabinet grade plywood for the base. I used bead board from Lowes for the back. I'm pretty happy with it, and I think she is too. Air dried lumber Planed, jointed, and molded Back assembly building the mitered box for the base Assembled and ready for finishing Painted time to antiq…
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Rustic, Reclaimed Hall Tree
When I dragged this piece of corrugated tin home from the side of the road I definitely got the eye roll from the husband. He has learned better than to say anything, but his non-verbal cues said it all, "How long until I haul that to the dump? You will never use that!" It didn't take long for me to come up with an idea--a rustic hall tree! #hometalkeveryday I used reclaimed barn wood and sandwiched the corrugated metal along the sides in between the wood.. I then built a rust…
Farmhouse Friday #15 – Salvaged Wood Projects
Ohhhh... salvaged wood... Love songs should be written about you, stars should be named after you, tools should fight over the chance to be used on you, Farmhouse Friday themes should be chosen in your honor ... ...Oh wait, that IS this week's theme! :) Whether it came from a barn, pallets or picket fences, we LOVE salvaged wood, don't we? (you ARE shaking your head, 'yes' right?) It has patina that is truly swoon-worthy, and its uses are limitless, so let's take a look at
Hall Tree Made Out of an Old Door
I've been wanting to make one of these for a long time. I have a few doors that I've been saving but there comes a time when you just have to start letting go, or a vision never becomes reality. There are many ways this could have been done. I chose to make a small seat with arms, and storage under the bench. I added a shelf with some cute filigree supports. Originally I was going to replace the window with mirrors, but they were in good shape, and I thought it might look a lit…
10+ Inspiring and Inventive Mudroom Ideas | The Creek Line House
We’ve been working away on our master bedroom back hall for the last month or so and I have to say I’m really thrilled with the way things are shaping up in there, even if the progress is pretty slow. It always is, isn’t it? We’re thinking of creating a bit of a mudroom feel […]