DIY: Architectural Salvage Robe Hooks…His & Hers

Good morning!

I hope you had a great weekend.  Mine was action packed with bridal showers, birthday parties, and lots of football.  Not only that, we got to watch Joey’s game in 74° weather!  In Oregon, in November.  The sun was so low that we had to find shade at the game.  

Craziness.

So…speaking of craziness, do you love old architectural features as much as I do?  No matter where I am at, my eye is always drawn to old windows, corbels, trim and such.  Even though it is old, and usually peeling paint, there is just something about it that makes me want it in my house and I’ve managed to sneak it into almost every room in some way.

Currently,  I have a small stack of old molding pieces that I have yet to use. 

….actually, I should say ”had” yet to use since I pulled two pieces out to make these:

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I made them with the idea of hanging robes, but they will work for anything depending on what room they find themselves in. 

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Two pieces of molding.  Two dog tags.  Two hooks.

I stamped “HIS” and “HERS” into the tags, but they can obviously be personalized in any fashion.

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LOVE how the paint is peeling off.

 

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Robes.  Towels.  Hats.  Coats.  Bags. 

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I love them.  They will definitely be hanging around here for a while Winking smile 

If you like them as much as I do, you can find old molding at vintage/antique/salvage stores, barn sales, BRING, and Habitat Restores.  They would make a great gift with robes or towels this holiday season.  

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Comments

  1. Yeah. Pinned it.

    Bliss

  2. Love!!! clever, easy, and super cute, Shari! Pinning. :)
    xo Heidi

  3. LOVE these…so glad that “perfect” paint :) Laurel

  4. I love using chippy old molding! These turned out great. The name plates really add a little something extra.

  5. These are great! I’ve been hashing over ideas for my kid’s bathroom for towel hooks. I’m pinning this one!

    Found you via At the Picket Fence.

  6. These are cute and look easy to do! Great idea.

  7. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    I love them too! So much cuter than just hanging the hook on the wall!

  8. shari-love your salvaged robe hooks! the his and hers is so cool!
    gail

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