Rustic Peg Hooks

7:38:00 AM

I'm hooked on these vintage pegs!



Vintage pegs left over from an antique bed I repurposed
were too good to throw away...


So with some driftwood lumber scraps and a little bling,
I repurposed those pegs into rustic hooks...




Different woods and different bling hang in a cohesive group
thanks to the uniformed brass accents...





Are you hooked?


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10 comments

  1. These pegs are so beautiful in their rustic simplicity. I lo-ove them.

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  2. Great idea - as always! You let NOTHING go to waste, Good girl!

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  3. Definitely hooked! What a fun grouping.

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  4. My husband hung a project for me today from a meat hook - his own idea. I felt like he was channeling you.

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  5. What is the average length of the pegs?

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    1. Hi Pat, Each peg sticks out of the wall about 3"

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  6. Did you stain them them two-tone?

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  7. No that is the way they were. The wood is all different and the pegs were already stained that color. The metal makes them look like a set :) Are you making some?

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  8. Yes, I am Putting barn wood in the bathroom. I made two Slider doors from recovered barn wood. I have a floor to ceiling beam (4X6). There are holes in it from when it was part of a barn structure. I want to put pegs in it to hang things. A white fluffy bathrobe would look very cool hanging from the beam. The holes go all the way thru. I had to old crooked pool sticks that fit perfectly. I sanded them and I will trim them. I want them to look like yours. I bet the two tone was from when the peg was half in the hole and half out for a time.

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    1. I would love to see photos when you're finished! It sounds amazing! You can send photo to my email sjkgirls@gmail.com

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