I can't help but brag on my skillful husband who has discovered a real passion and talent for woodworking. A beautiful way to decorate a home!
We went to the farm and helped my mom tear out old basement shelves that have held canned meat and vegetables through the years. That wood has been reclaimed and repurposed! New bookshelf filled with nostalgia.
Fell in love with this piece from across the market, the canvas hanging casually from the Ugandan artist's shop door. Bought it home and Steve built the perfect frame...distressing the wood and stretching the canvas to display these little precious faces.
A custom built table made out of cedar and redwood for the Big Green Egg! We actually had a guy from our neighborhood (who we don't know) stop and ask if Steve would build him one. Not taking orders just yet... :)
Before and After. We went dump diving to get the old wood (which actually came from my brother's barn!)
Old barn wood, new chalk board.
I found some cross frames online, but wanted something a little more unique so he repurposed some barn wood from an old (collapsed) feed shed at the farm and turned it into this. Fit perfectly on our cross wall!
He transformed our storm shelter into a prayer room! Favorite room in the house! Cross and cork boards made from old barn wood.
New bar stools which look a little worn!
Also an early project, a rack to hang the bows.
One of the early projects became a nightstand.
Action shots of the man, the myth, the legend... I once came home to him simultaneously hanging my floating shelf and making dinner. This guy is the real deal!
The finished product after the hanging shelf was installed. The print is from House of Belonging. Check them out - you'll fall in love!
A perfect way to hide the trash.
A special gift for a special young lady. He repurposed old barn wood and rusty nails to create this! Hooks from @toughandtwisted and the warrior sign from @houseofbelonging
For you hunters out there...who doesn't need a special closet for your camo?!?
What started as a very old shutter became a chalk board for my mom.