Vintage Hamburger Hook

2:08:00 PM

Some of you might recognize this vintage 
burger press as a kitchen utensil.

But I didn't quite see it that way.

I drilled through the metal plate and screwed it to the wall.

It made the perfect unique hook in my kitchen!

It's a great conversation piece!

Never stop thinking outside of the box!

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  1. I love your junk creation...totally awesome Susan!

  2. A perfect repurpose! I love it!!

  3. Only you would find something cool to do with a burger press. Fun idea.

  4. I have an egg ring with a little wooden knob. I've used it twice. Maybe I should make a hook out of it where it would get used every day, and make it so I can take it down when I need a round egg!


  5. Love this idea. I'm all into vintage items and this would look super cute in the kitchen.


  6. This looks so fun! I always love using 'quirky' items in my decor-keeps things interesting!


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