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Rake Wine Glass Holder

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Lately, while I’ve been pretty M.I.A. from the blog, I have been doing some smallish projects around my home.  Things like hanging pictures and art, and putting out little knick-knacks.  You know, things that probably shouldn’t have taken me 7 months to get around to.

I’ve been concentrating some on our dining room (as well as that darn office I just can’t seem to finish).  You may have seen me post a few pictures on Instagram a couple of months back of the farmhouse dining table my husband and I were working on.  We did finally finish it at the end of April, but more on that later.

The reason I even bring up any of this is because of a little project I managed to finish AND photograph. Way back before my husband and I moved to Texas, my mom gave me a few vintage kitchen gadgets to decorate with.  She also happened to have this rusted ol’ rake lying in her pile of things to get rid of and I knew I had to have it.

Rake Before

At the time I had seen on Pinterest someone take an old rake and turn it into a wine glass holder.  So I brought it home, with the intention of putting it to use. 

Rake Bar Rack

Unfortunately, I never got to display it in our home in Tennessee.  I had actually forgotten about it until a few weeks ago when I was going through boxes of decor.  I was so excited to finally be able to make my rake wine glass holder, and I had the perfect place for it.

Rake Rack

All I did was wrap some jute twine around the end and made a loop to hang the rake on the wall.  Then I topped it off with a galvanized “bar” sign I found on clearance at Target in January.  I gave it an extra little something by flanking the rake with a few of those vintage gadgets, and hung up my champagne flutes. 

Bar Grouping

And there you have it–a rake wine glass holder!  I love the way it turned out, and it goes perfectly with the picture I have in my head of my finished dining room.   Hopefully I will have a few more pictures and updates as I slowly finish the room.

 

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Monday 4th of April 2016

[…] and lentils make the perfect vase filler, and add a touch of natural element and texture. That old rusty rake was going to be thrown in the trash and now it’s a beautiful piece of art! Design is there, you […]

Kimberly

Sunday 7th of June 2015

I absolutely love this! Thanks for sharing it with us. Pinned and tweeted. I hope to see you tomorrow night at 7 pm. We can't wait to party with you! Lou Lou Girls

Beverly Roderick

Saturday 23rd of May 2015

What a great idea for rustic decor. It looks great and the accent pieces next to it are perfect.

Mekaela

Wednesday 20th of May 2015

Ok. This is just waaaaay too cute! I'm totally making one of these!

Amanda

Thursday 21st of May 2015

Thank you Mekaela! Such an easy little project!