Reclaimed Old Bathroom Fixtures

Reclaiming old bathroom fixtures and turning them into... 

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repurposed hooks.



Use these hooks for towels in the kitchen or bathroom,
hang a few different ones in the mud room for jackets.

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I began by painting the brass white with Annie Sloan 
Chalk Paint in Old White then added a 
painted embellishment to the top of
the reclaimed board.

The board was a piece of an old bird house that
washed up on the beach.... After giving it a good 
scrubbing it was ready to be cut into usable pieces.

I loved the weathered ribbing in the wood.

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ASCP sticks to metal without scratching off which makes
it super easy to make even ugly old brass look great.

The color choices are endless, you can use
it straight out of the can or mix your own
fabulous colors to match your decor. 

The old brass towel bar was saved from 
the trash and given a new life...

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as a repurposed wall hook!

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Give Annie Sloan Chalk Paint a try
on metal and see what a little paint can do.

I get my Annie Sloan Chalk Paint at
located at 
1038 New York Avenue
Huntington Station, NY


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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

Comments

  1. Your hook is just lovely in white paint, much better than brass I think!!

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  2. Very cute, Susan! I didn't realize chalk paint would be durable on metal!

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