Free Drawer Front Farmhouse Kitchen Decor


When I'm not creating and blogging, I work at a furniture store four days a week.  When this drawer front was going to be thrown away, I took it home with me.


First I painted the drawer front with two coats of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in "Old White". 

I wet distressed the drawer front and really liked the way the paint actually chipped off.  Then I waxed the piece with ASCP clear wax.

I am going to use three mismatched hardware pieces on my drawer front.  A vintage wire hook, a vintage cheese grater, and another pot metal hook (the finish has worn off).

Repurposed Drawer Front Farmhouse Kitchen Hooks www.organizedclutter.net
I added two saw tooth type hangers on the back and hung the repurposed drawer front on a wall in my kitchen with two old tin cups and a farmhouse striped towel.

Repurposed Drawer Front Farmhouse Kitchen Hooks www.organizedclutter.net
It works well with my other vintage kitchenware.

Repurposed Drawer Front Farmhouse Kitchen Hooks www.organizedclutter.net

Repurposed Drawer Front Farmhouse Kitchen Hooks www.organizedclutter.net
I hardly ever say "no" to free junk!

Repurposed Drawer Front Farmhouse Kitchen Hooks www.organizedclutter.net





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6 comments:

  1. This is beautiful. It would have made an equally funky 'serving tray'. Thanks for sharing all your creativity. I love getting your posts every day ๐Ÿ˜€

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  2. Very pretty, Carlene. I love the look of your vintage kitchenware corner.

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  3. Super cute and I love your adorable displays!

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  4. This is so cute. What a wonderfully creative idea!

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  5. I have never seen a cheese grater like this. I picked my two favorite projects to visit first--both were yours, haha!

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  6. That is really cute and useful I like how you have the towel through the grader handle
    Your farmhouse corner is really up to date

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