Monday, March 21, 2011

From Broom Holder to Flower Display!


What do you get when you combine a vintage broom holder, some chippy wood and some fun vintage bottles? A very cool piece of wall art!


In its former life it was not too appealing.....
 

But I could see it was a diamond in the rough.
 
 
The chippiness of the wood gave it the perfect patina.  


This small stash of vintage bottles will make great vases.


And I can use these claws to hold them.

 
"Esquire Lanol White" was for shoe polish. A pretty fancy shoe polish bottle if I do say so myself.

 
Now all I need is the flowers....

 
And there you have it. All finished! Easy peasy, lemon squeezy!


And there you have it. All finished! Easy peasy, lemon squeezy!


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12 comments:

Jane said...

That's a perfect use for the broom holder. It looks fabulous as a flower display!!
Jane

Gracie's Cottage said...

What a happy use for an old beauty!

Jan

Tami / Maddie Lumpkin said...

Very cool,I love it!

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Love it! Don't know how you thought of it!!

Kim said...

Love it! It is really cute...great repurpose!

thedomesticfringe.com said...

So very pretty! I love the flowers in the old glass bottles. Very creative.
-FringeGirl

pink*cherub*moon said...

What an inspired idea! It's especially nice at this time of year when we all love the freshness of flowers in our homes! The unique bottles really give it extra quirky appeal - loving it!

Stephanie said...

I just LOVE this!! So smart and creative!

Barbara Jean said...

Love it!! Great idea.

blessings
barbara jean

Fishtail Cottage said...

love this idea - so vintage, yet functional! xoox, tracie

My Shabby Streamside Studio said...

Hot stuff, I love it! Arrived via Faded Charm.


Bisous,

Sandy @ My Shabby Streamside Studio
http://myshabbystreamsidestudio.blogspot.com/

Zane Wooder said...

I love how you make art from the strangest things. I love how even with a broomstick you can make art out of it. That just shows me your high level of creativity.

-Zane of ontario honey

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