12" x 16" barnwood (weathered wood) frame.
Pumpkin and corn not quite Chin but locally grown.
This project is built from construction waste
then weathered with steel wool in vinegar.
Add some brown vinyl lettering and magazines and voila!!
This piece would look really cute painted in antique white
for a painted country look.
I added some vintage wallpaper to the shabby frames. These can be left as is or the wallpaper can serve as a mat if you add your own photo or print.
So I made it big enough to store papers.... or
carry apples to the donkeys!
An old barn window stained with pickling white. Embellished with old hardware.
Frosted wording on the mirror:
Together.... is the best place to be!
This table is made with all reclaimed wood.
The legs are 2 x 3" spruce, painted brown and distressed.
The top is fence boards, sanded down and then re-weathered
with a mixture of vinegar and steel wool.
This piece could be categorized as 'Cowboy Chic'.
6' high, 4' wide, 16" deep. The doors are made out of two old 6 pane windows, that one of the prairie pickers gave me in exchange for some barnwood framing.
I sent my girlfriend a picture of this piece and her husband wondered why I'd put all the china in it before I painted it!! He was astounded to find out that I had worked hard to achieve that look. :-}
36" wide, 18" high, 14" deep.
Perfect for in a porch for putting on shoes or as extra seating at the dining room table or under a window for houseplants.