Turn Old Junk into Fabulous Farmhouse Decor

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I never pass up old bread tins if they are reasonably priced.  In fact, I found another one today in an antique store and have several more in my junk stash to work with.

I usually turn them into wall bins like this one. This one is a combination of an antique sewing machine table leg and bread tins.

Antique sewing machine epurposed into farmhouse wall bins | Turn Old Junk into Fabulous Farmhouse Decor |via www.knickoftime.net

Here’s another one made with old barn wood and bread tins.

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There you have it.

Old metal anything, old windows, and old bread tins.  These are some of my favorite kinds of beloved junk!

What are yours?

 

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  1. Merry Christmas!!

  2. Merry Christmas, Angie, to you and your family. Cheers, Ardith

  3. Your fabulous trash to treasure projects are just as good the second time around!

  4. You always surprise me with your fantastic and creative ideas!
    Brenda

  5. What a fantastic post, Angie–with so many of your great farmhouse DIYs all in one place. You’ve certainly had a prolific year. Thanks so much for linking up your posts with us at Vintage Charm, and Happy New Year!!

  6. I love these ideas! I have got to go see your Etsy projects now. Thanks for sharing the DIY farmhouse decor ideas at the #HomeMattersParty this week. Pinned!

  7. So creative! These items remind me of visiting family members on a couple of farms many years ago (as a child). People on farms used whatever they had on hand — like an old pan or an old bucket. They didn’t have the option of running out to Home Goods or World Market to buy things for their kitchens or their homes. It makes me think of the adage: “necessity is the mother of invention.” Thanks for sharing.

  8. You are so creative!! I love the repurposed windows. I am also going to make sure I find some enamelware bowls so I can recreate the stand. Love it!

  9. Janelle pinsoneault says:

    I just bought one leg of a sewing machine. Now I know what to do with it!
    Also love your old newsprint wallpaper.

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