a new lot of #reclaimedwood flooring: these #heartpine floorboards were reclaimed from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in #Boston. the wear pattern shows light areas where parishioners stood and dark places from under the pews.
Pulled up brand new carpet and hoped for the best but got the worst. I didn’t know if Jesus himself could resurrect these floors but after a week of late ass nights we got them done . Swipe through to see the before pictures. Floors are done, now onto trim, faux beams, French doors and a fireplace 🙈 and lots of decorating of course
I've had this coat and jewelry rack for quite some time now, and I've finally decided to sell it. I loved it so much I didn't want to let it go. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Inspired by the bright, daring colors of Indian decorations and fashion, this handmade jewelry or coat rack is a great way to decorate your home in a functional way.
The wood used in this piece is said to be over 150 years old and was recovered from an old tobacco barn that was torn down in Kentucky, and comes from the very "heart" of a pine tree.
This rack can be hung on a nail by the ribbon attached. The screws on the back have been sawed-off as much as possible and covered with a coating of glue in order to protect your wall from scratches and scrapes.
Measurements: 17-7/8 inches long and 4-1/2 inches wide.