Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Rustic Shelf Kitchen Island

My chippy paint rustic shelf which I originally made for outdoors has found its way inside.

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A few months back I found a small kitchen island out for trash which I rescued and fixed up. It has been sitting in my kitchen for the past several months in the above location however I decided to sell it. I never had anything in this spot before (just a large open kitchen) but its amazing how quickly we get accustomed to our surroundings. I decided I wanted something else to fill the void.

Hello Rustic Barn Wood!





So, what do you think? I love merging design styles. Rustic and Modern actually work quite well when combined. The shelf looks super in its new spot and I'm rather glad to have it indoors without fear of the wood deteriorating from weather conditions. I unfortunately will have to cut a good 4 inches from both sides to allow for better flow around it - however, I know it will still be a great addition to the space.

Sharing this at:
Primitive and Proper - POWW Party
Very Merry Vintage Style - Share The Love Wednesday
Restore Interiors - Restored It Wednesday
The Brambleberry Cottage - Time Travel Thursday
The Shabby Creek Cottage - Transformation Thursday
No Minimalist Here - Open House Party
House of Hepworths - Hookin Up with HoH Party
The Shabby Nest - Frugal Friday
Common Ground - Vintage Inspiration
REDOUX - Friday Link-Up Party
Rustic Crafts - Rustic, Recycled & Shabby Chic Link-Up

10 comments:

  1. love it! It's the perfect addition to your kitchen! xoxo,tracie

    ps - popping over from Very Merry Vintae Style

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    1. Thanks Tracie. Glad you stopped by for a visit!

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  2. that is so cool! love the rustic look! it would make a great entry table, too!

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    1. Thanks Cassie. Actually in the entry is where I initially thought it would go but I'm liking its current location. It may migrate around as I get bored however. :-)

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  3. I think it looks great in it's new location, John. You just cannot duplicate the wonderful character of old wood. ;)

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. Come on back and relink this post to this week's party. You got in just under the wire of the old party.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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  4. Love the look of old wood. Nice carpentry looks great as a functioning island:)

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  5. I really love the rustic wood and it works so well in your kitchen. Very nice!

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  6. Love the look of the rustic wood contrasting with your shiny bowls. Very cool! Thank you for linking to Share the Love Wednesday at Very Merry Vintage Style!
    Mary

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  7. I love the mix of styles and the barnwood island is fantastic! Thanks for sharing this at my link party. I featured you here - http://rustic-crafts.com/?p=7297

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    1. Thanks for the feature and great write-up Renee!

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