March 6

Recycled Rustic Hardwood Frame

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Looking for a unique and sustainable home decor idea? Check out this versatile frame made from recycled railings from an old fence!

The creator of this project has transformed the railings into a sturdy and visually appealing frame by lightly sanding the hardwood and covering the mitred corners with a rhombus of wood that's screwed and glued to make it strong. The result is a frame that can be used in both portrait and landscape orientations, making it a practical and versatile addition to any room.

The frame can be used from the front showing the rhombus or from the back showing the black screws, providing two distinct looks to choose from. Additionally, the frame's rustic and natural look adds a touch of warmth and character to any space.

In the images, the frame is shown displaying a stunning view of a massive cruise ship pulled up at the Eden Wharf with a great view of the town and twofolds Bay, making it a perfect addition to any coastal-themed decor.

The creator is also open to feedback and suggestions on how to finish the frame, including sealing the wood with a clear coat or wax. So, if you're interested in adding this unique and sustainable home decor piece to your space, don't hesitate to reach out to the creator for more information.


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frame, home decor, recycling, sustainability, upcycling, woodworking


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