Re-Purposed Thrift Shop Homemade Noodle Dryer Linen Rack


 When I saw this item at the local thrift shop, I wasn't exactly sure what it was.  The store clerk said she thought it was a homemade noodle dryer.  I agreed it was used for food because the dowels where a bit oily feeling.  

I washed it down good with some hot water and Dawn dish soap to remove the grease.


 Then I painted the dryer with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Pure White.

 I added another one of my Tim Holtz metal tags.  This one says "Remnants".  These tags are available at craft shops or on Amazon.


I drilled a hole at the top of each of the side dowels for hanging.

Homemade Noodle Dryer Repurposed for Linen Display
Here is my linen rack displaying fancy hankies.


Homemade Noodle Dryer Repurposed for Linen Display
Of course you can also use it for farmhouse style everyday dish towels too!




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8 comments:

  1. So sweet. I have tons of antique hankies and linens, and now I'll be keeping my eyes open for a noodle drying rack.

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  2. Oh, I love this! What a darling way to display vintage linens.

    Judy

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  3. What a terrific idea! I have lots of old hankies to display too and this will be the perfect way to do it. Thanks for the inspiration!!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  4. Great way to display those hankies or small linen pieces! Love the tag! Blessings, Cindy

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  5. I love it. Hugs, Sandi

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  6. SO much better as a pretty hankie or linen holder. Great save!!!

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