PJ 254 – salvaged summer decorating

 Funky Junk's Salvaged Summer Projects / summer's over so let's celebrate what we did! Bring yours over too! via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Welcome to Party Junk 254 – salvaged summer decorating

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Hello, hello friends! Welcome back to Party Junk, with salvaged summer decorating!

Wow, was that a fast summer or what? School begins next week in our region so that signals a shift of sorts for most… time to get back on some schedules that are ruled by a clock (ouch… it’s been nice without, hasn’t it?) and to celebrate what we created during the summer!

Here are a few of mine… 

Reclaimed wood market tray via FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Milk painted reclaimed wood market tray / Funky Junk Interiors

A quick and easy little pallet wood tray to make in a couple of hours. With old sign flair of course…

Pallet wood gate and boardwalk for the garden via FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Pallet wood gate and boardwalk / Funky Junk Interiors

Desiring to hide an unsightly compost pile in the garden, two pallets were the answer. Within an hour!

Drill handled toolbox from pallet wood via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Drill handled pallet wood toolbox / Funky Junk Interiors

How can you honour your grandfather’s old drill? Why, with a pallet wood toolbox of course! 

Salvaged front entry table via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Salvaged front entry table / Funky Junk Interiors

Desiring to freshen up the front entry table but not having any ‘real furniture’ in sight, a mish mash of upcycled fun was the result.

Reclaimed wood topped patio table via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Salvaged wood patio table / Funky Junk Interiors

When a laptop patio table was desired, all it took were a few reclaimed 2×4’s to create this solid wood topped patio table.

Crate patio table with tray via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Crate and tray sidetable / Funky Junk Interiors

Desiring a little side table that matched a pallet sofa (so traditional I know!), a little firetruck crate was the answer. But this one comes with a twist… the top turned into a tray.

Reclaimed wood and yardstick coasters via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Reclaimed wood and yardstick coasters / Funky Junk Interiors

Challenged to create a gift under $5, the rules were broken… because these reclaimed wood and yardstick coasters were FREE. :)

Reclaimed wood storage rack via FunkyJunkInteriors.net

Dumpster found reclaimed wood storage rack / Funky Junk Interiors

Landing a metal rack in front of a dumpster proved to be the best thing that happened to this collection of reclaimed wood. Fabulous storage for a workshop!

What have you worked on this summer?  Link up your favorite 2014 summer projects in this weekend’s 2nd themed linkup!

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  1. I’m not accepting that summer is over – and I’m going to wear white everyday next week to prove it LOL
    Thanks so much for another great party Donna!
    Hugs
    Suzan

  2. Donna, I can’t believe the summer is slipping away! We certainly saw some great projects this summer and I’m sure the fall and holidays will just bring more inspiration! Enjoy this final weekend!

  3. Great ideas and love how you store wood pieces for later projects. Nothing to share this week but wanted to stop by and thank you for hosting this link up. I do enjoy it. Stop by my blog because I have a post on a certain flower – Snow on the Mountain – I think you would like it, very easy to grow and would do well in your climate for next spring.

    Carole @ Garden Up green

  4. It’s been such a busy summer, and we finished so many projects. I didn’t even get all of them photographed, so I’m waiting until next summer to share some of them! I love every project you made this summer, Donna – especially the little coasters and the Market tray! Thanks for hosting for us!