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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Salvaged Barnwood Wooden Spoon/Cutting Board/Bowl Display Cubby Rack

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I love recycling and building things ... so I built this Spoon Shelf to display some of my wooden stuff/collectibles.

I had salvaged some old pine lumber from an old farm house that my sister demolished ... (so sad).

Anyway ... I collect a lot of the old wooden kitchen items and I needed a way to display some of them.  The back of this shelf is awesome ... love to old barn wood knot-hole pine.


I drilled seven holes in the top shelf to display old wooden spoons and called it a Spoon Rack.


 I attached an old wire across the front to hold whatever I chose to display inside. It is not very deep, but will hold a Mason canning jar to display more wooden utensils; a cutting board; rolling pin and crimper...


 An old wooden dough/salad bowl will also fit in there and store the cutting board and crimper underneath. Remove a spoon and you can sit something on the little shelf.

Such a fun piece to use for display.

Thanks to Joy for featuring this on her blog and all the nice things she had to say.
She has some wonderful displays. Be sure to visit her.





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14 comments:

  1. I love all the worn vintage utensils you are displaying in the wooden caddy.
    Newest follower, Mary Alice

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  2. That's my kind of decorating love it

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  3. Love it, Audrey!

    I hope you'll come by tomorrow evening and link it up for Knick of Time Tuesday!

    Blessings,
    Angie

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  4. Barnboard and treen and wire - what could be better - you have created a great storage/holder. Unique. I hope it gets pinned everywhere. Its a big WOW - love it.

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  5. Audrey, your shelf is so wonderful that I have put a link on my Monday post back to your post (Jan 7) and put a picture of your shelf on my post with direct links back to your post. I hope you don't mind, but your shelf is so wonderful I never want to forget it.

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  6. Audrey, you've outdone yourself! I absolutely love this display! You have great style.

    Sharon

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  7. Thanks for stopping by Pieces of Molly! I LOVE this piece you created! I love barn wood. I should do something like this for my rolling pins. Great job!

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  8. This is my first time to visit your blog and I am very empressed with your talents. I love love love your shelf. You did a fabulous job!! --- Shannon

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  9. This is great! You are so creative, and I love all the old wood you use.

    blessings
    barbara jean

    PS I'm telling my friends about you!!

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  10. I love your neat 'old' stuff and how you display them. I have a rolling pin with green handles almost like yours. I love wooden bowls, my son makes them.

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  11. Audery following you hope you will like our site :)
    cute idea very neat
    regards Akheela

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  12. Wow! I love this idea. So gorgeous and rustic and I love that painted mason jar - did you paint the image on it??

    Lovely job!

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  13. Hi, there! I featured your post here. Please feel free to grab the feature button and thanks for joining us at CBPH :)

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