Five Great Uses for Old Shutters

If you're like me and you love old shutters
then this post is for you!

Five great uses for old shutters in your farmhouse kitchen


I had a whole bunch of old shutters in my workshop and one by one I turned them into something useful and stylish. They were all different sizes and shapes and made many different and fun projects. 

Here are several ideas that will get you motivated!

This one was one of my favorites... this warm chocolate brown paint/stain was gorgeous and the shutter shelf I made looked amazing! 

Great uses for old shutters in your farmhouse kitchen

This one combined my love of chalkboards along with a beautiful butter cream paint. It is perfect for a farmhouse kitchen and can of course be done in any color.

Five great uses for old shutters in your rustic kitchen

If you're a fan of vintage green then you will want to check this pretty piece. Vintage spindle hooks and everything you need for a stylish organization station. This would look great in an entry way or in a farmhouse kitchen, the green is perfect! 

Five great uses for old shutters in your farmhouse decorating

This DIY shutter made use of the slats for the perfect place to organize your notes and cards! Hang it in the kitchen or the office to organize all those small notes and photos.
Vintage clothespins galore!

Great uses for old shutters in your farmhouse

This little cutie has the weathered beachy look we all love! You can get the look with a small or large shutter, the details are up to you. 
It fits in a small space and keeps track of the essentials.

Five great uses for old shutters in your farmhouse

Thanks for stopping by, I hope I gave you some motivation for the new year. Get out there and find some old shutters and turn them into something fun!


 

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .