“Do you want to meet at the local restaurant… the house…?”
“HOUSE! But please don’t pick up or anything.”
Heh. That would be a little like saying to someone there’s no need for a plate to serve up dinner. Nooo…. I had to clean.
So clean I did. For an entire week!
I’ll show you some fun pics of Sandy’s visit soon… but today, I’m going to show you one small redo that made such a big, lovely difference!
All thanks to a little cleaning.
I’ve written about this area before. HERE is the first draft. And while it was ok, I didn’t love the crate. There just wasn’t enough room to hang stuff.
So after removing it, I piled up more signs, and made it more effective for coat hanging.
NOW I love it!
1. Stencil random sized boards with random stencils for a collected over time look.
2. Screw boards into the wall, staggering the heights. Add shorter cuts to fill in the gaps.
3. Attach hooks where desired.
How I painted these signs is HERE
I hung them up similar to THIS PROJECT HERE
How to stencil is HERE
Stencils shown above are from the Getaway Collection HERE
They were hung similar to THIS post shows.
The rest just fit around the first one, much like a puzzle, scattering the hooks and lettering and varying heights.
As luck would have it, I found these hooks at Villabarnes on Etsy. I got two large packages of all kinds of odds and sods which I positively fell for HARD!
Maybe Sandy should visit more often… 🙂