14 Comments

  1. November 23, 2009 / 4:17 PM

    I’m blown away by the coat rack! That is great.

  2. November 23, 2009 / 4:34 PM

    Amazing, the coat rack. I am going to start seeing old items with a newly critical eye, I hope I see more potential in things going forward!! Janell

  3. November 23, 2009 / 4:34 PM

    Amazing, the coat rack. I am going to start seeing old items with a newly critical eye, I hope I see more potential in things going forward!! Janell

  4. November 23, 2009 / 4:34 PM

    Amazing, the coat rack. I am going to start seeing old items with a newly critical eye, I hope I see more potential in things going forward!! Janell

  5. November 23, 2009 / 5:08 PM

    So creative! This demonstrates that everything had potential.

  6. November 23, 2009 / 6:00 PM

    Both examples are gorgeous and so clever!

  7. November 23, 2009 / 7:16 PM

    super, super fun! i love the coat rack so much!

  8. November 23, 2009 / 10:21 PM

    Both of these are just fabulous!!! The coat rack one is just like what I’ve been hunting for, I might have to try this for myself (well, a ton of trial and error times in the future, lol!).

  9. November 24, 2009 / 11:32 AM

    Those are excellent ideas! Talk about giving a piece a new life. The coast rack looks so cool. Almost like a piece of architectual salvage. Both look great.

  10. December 7, 2009 / 7:27 PM

    As a redesigner/homestager I strive to create spaces that are current but not costly by reusing my clients furnishings. You have taught me to see the possibilities in headboards that I may have deemed throw aways.
    Thanks,
    Joanne from Halifax homestagingravereview.blogspot

  11. December 7, 2009 / 7:27 PM

    As a redesigner/homestager I strive to create spaces that are current but not costly by reusing my clients furnishings. You have taught me to see the possibilities in headboards that I may have deemed throw aways.
    Thanks,
    Joanne from Halifax homestagingravereview.blogspot

  12. December 7, 2009 / 7:27 PM

    As a redesigner/homestager I strive to create spaces that are current but not costly by reusing my clients furnishings. You have taught me to see the possibilities in headboards that I may have deemed throw aways.
    Thanks,
    Joanne from Halifax homestagingravereview.blogspot

  13. May 20, 2011 / 2:38 PM

    I have a two story house with some tall entry walls. I was thinking of using some wrought iron hung up high, but I like this idea with the headboards much better! It will be lighter and a lot cheaper to find on CL! Thanks!

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