PJ 234 – reclaimed wood projects 2014

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Hello everyone! Ready for my most favourite topic ever? Let’s talk about reclaimed wood projects!

From crate to tray by Bliss Ranch


Soda Crate Tray / Bliss Ranch

Bliss landed this little crate for a buck. She then added shims to the sides and all kinds of other neat fixes, morphing it into a serving tray. This is too cool!

Nautical buoy styled reclaimed wood tags by Homeroad
Buoy styled reclaimed wood tags / Homeroad

When Susan received a custom order for some tags for a wedding, no normal tag would do! These darling nautical styled buoy tags indeed have style!

Cafe corner window seat by Offbeat and Inspired
Cafe corner window seat / Offbeat & Inspired

When Tiffany moved to a smaller apartment, she lost her dining room table space. But no problem! While this particular board isn’t reclaimed, this cafe corner window seat is an amazing feature that could be used for a table or desk in front of any empty window! 

Reclaimed spool bookcase by Thistlewood Farms


How to build a spool bookcase / Thistlewood Farms

When Kari Anne went to the hardware store, her heart was not on the new wood. It was on the throw away spool in the middle of an isle. As luck would have it, her vision landed her a free place to stash books! And a husband that has plenty of game watching to catch up on. Minor detail I’m sure!

Colourful reclaimed wood coat hook by Beyond the Picket Fence
Colourful rustic coat hook and shelf / Beyond the Picket Fence

Becky put some colourful reclaimed wood scrap ends from another project to whip up this gorgeous and vibrant coat hook! Who needs sunshine when you have all these fun colours greeting you each day?!

Reclaimed wood pipe handled bed tray by FunkyJunkInteriors.net
Reclaimed wood pipe handled bed tray / Funky Junk Interiors

Desiring a spot to enjoy my laptop in peace, reclaimed wood and pipes came together to create a rustic bed tray. So so easy to make! Pipes for plumbing? I don’t think so… 🙂

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13 thoughts on “PJ 234 – reclaimed wood projects 2014

  1. Hi Donna, I haven’t been around lately since you changed your party to Upcycle theme. I think it’s great! I love upcycling, it’s so creative and inspirational! Sharing my little Porch Bench #4 and my Raised Garden beds made from Salvaged Wood and an old Industrial Farm gate #6 (reclaimed wood). Hope you will enjoy! Have a great week! Thanks for hosting!

    Cindy 🙂

  2. So excited about the reclaimed wood link party! I just linked up my pallet and sawhorse desk what was inspired by yours!!! Thanks for hosting 🙂

  3. Yes, I’m commenting a lot on your blog tonight, but I’m trying to catch up on my emails after being laid up with my back. This post has been pinned, I have so much old wood & pallets that need to be put to good use. Perfect timing with the weather soon to be good enough to work in the barn with the saws!
    Debbie 🙂

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