Weathered Repurposed Shutter Organizer

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Truth be told.... this shutter sat outside for a while...
It has a nice, natural weathered patina...

Weathered Repurposed Shutter Organizer www.homeroad.net


I began by removing some of the shutters and 
taking off the piece on the back 
that made the slats open and close. 
I wanted the slats I left on the shutter to be closed...

The slats now work great to hold small notes.

Weathered Repurposed Shutter Organizer www.homeroad.net

A small piece of trim molding holds the chalk. I cut
a piece of chalkboard and a piece of cork to fit 
the opening. They are both supported on the back
with a piece of thin wood that fits into the space.

Weathered Repurposed Shutter Organizer www.homeroad.net

I created small decorative tacks by using E6000 
to attach a game piece to a thumb tack.

Weathered Repurposed Shutter Organizer www.homeroad.net

The weathered patina on this shutter is perfect...
no need for paint or stain this time!

The shutter works as an adorable little organizer for
a narrow area in the kitchen or mud room.

Weathered Repurposed Shutter Organizer www.homeroad.net

Stay tuned to Homeroad for more repurposed
shutter ideas coming soon!

See more great organizing ideas here...




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3 comments

  1. if only it could be so easy for ME to be organized, I'd have one of these fabulous projects in each room!

    Love your repurposed shutter organizer Susan!

    gail

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