Wall System Knock Off

12:37:00 PM

I like this wall system in the
PB catalog...

There is a whole set, some are chalkboard, shelves, whiteboards, baskets,
 and cork boards...

I used weathered driftwood for mine. The chalkboard is an old metal calendar stripped down and painted with chalkboard paint.

They link together, the top wire loops
of one hook onto the bottom hooks of another... I used a heavy gauge wrapped wire.

I'm kind of partial to the weathered look.

and of course I needed one to hook it too...

another rusty calendar with chicken wire...

and they hook together so nicely!
Three feet of hanging organization!

I think my favorite reclaimed wood is the 
weathered driftwood I find on the beach!


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  1. That is gorgeous! Awesome job Susan! Cheers.

  2. Ooooooooooh, really love the chicken wire one!!!!


  3. LOVE them!! So fun...I agree, weathered is always best :) Laurel

  4. Great interpretation of the PB version, Susan! This project just says you to me!

  5. I think the CEO of Pottery Barn just installed a photo of you on a target in the board room.


  6. I love this, what a great knock off project!

  7. Very clever, and it looks fantastic!

  8. We all have many old and unused items lying around in our homes or garages waiting to be thrown away. But thanks for this clever ideas you have.

  9. OK - this is just outstanding really - what an amazing job!!! Love the chicken wire
    Your newest follower - would love to have you visit and follow back
    when you have the time!

  10. Cute, creative, and so practical. The chicken wire one is my favorite.


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