shoe form coat rack

This project has been waiting in the wings since January- not really sure why, but I finally completed it yesterday!

I saw an idea similar to this a long time ago, and now I don't know where...maybe Country Living mag?
When I was on one of my shopping trips, I came across a pile of these wooden shoe forms and took all the ones that appealed to me.  Then, I went searching for some old barn wood, and found some pieces at my local Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
A few drill holes, some screws, and some paint, and this is what I created:


One of my favorite things are the numbers.  Everyone can have their own hook. And the wood grain makes the numbers have even more character.


I just love it!  So fun, so vintage and so unique! 
Wouldn't this be great in a boys room, or by the front door?

This will be going into my inventory for the weekend.
My day will be filled with more projects- looking forward to it!
I'm off to the hardware store for more supplies for my dresser makeover.

I hope to see you tomorrow at Transformations and Treasures~

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11 comments

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  2. It is a lovely vintage touch Denise. Great job!
    Somthing like that would be very unique where I come from. I've seen the shoe forms used, but not like this.

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  3. This looks fantastic.Useful AND graphic.Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Very cool Denise.

    I love the way it looks, and of course that its upcycled :)

    I just added this to my pinboard! GO GREEN

    I'd love if you linked this up. Stop by anytime to say hello!!!
    Hugs,
    Bella :)**AMAZE ME AUGUST** @ Bella Before and After

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  5. So neat! You did a great job! I love a vintage touch to a room!

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  6. I just love this....very creative.....looking forward to your next post.

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  7. Very cute and so creative!

    Pam

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  8. It‘s so nice that I found your blog about your link on 'My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia'. So I’ve scrolled a little and like what I see. Now I’m your new follower! ;)

    Take care
    Tine

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  9. Cutest thing I've seen in a very long time... Would this by chance be something you plan to sell at any upcoming events? :-)

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