Farmhouse Metal Kitchen Wall Bins

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Wall bins with Farmhouse Industrial Style

I’ve had these  farmhouse wall bins hanging in my living room for four years seen HERE.

We replaced our thermostat with a Nest thermostat last year leaving screw holes and chunk out of the wallpaper.

This year we’ll cover the Bible Page Wallpaper in the living room with tongue and groove wood like we have in the kitchen and bathroom so the wall bins needed to come down.

After a while you stop noticing thing you once loved so I decided they needed to be put on a different board that wasn’t so heavy  and  used in another room.

First I went to the garage and found a board.  It was already stained.  I have no idea what project I had in mind for it when I stained it.

It was the perfect size to hold all three bins so that made it a really easy project.

After scrounging up a handful of old screws my husband just attached them to the board and it was done.

I left just the bottom plate from my Plate Display and hung it where the two top plates had been.

Old Grain Bin Scoops Repurposed into Farmhouse Metal Kitchen Wall Bins by Knick of Time

Rustic Metal Grain Elevator Bins Repurposed Farmhouse Kitchen Wall Bins by Knick of Time |

You can get your own antique grain bin scoops HERE.

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Antique Grain Bins into Farmhouse Style Rustic Planter Wall Bins by Knick of Time |

If you enjoyed this project be sure to check out more Repurposed Projects HERE.

On another note, I am now selling My Barn Quilt Stencils on Ebay as well as Etsy! Find them on Ebay HERE. Shipping is a bit less expensive on Ebay.

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Vaya con Dios,


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  1. Really like how you hung the grain bin scoops – really looks good with the greenery in them and the plate below.

  2. The grain bin scoops look great. And in my reading gap I missed the quilt stencils which are super cool!

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