Limed Coat Rack From Oak Floorboards

Coat Rack From Floorboards

Mr D-F decided he fancied getting crafty last weekend.

I think it was a result of me saying things like…

‘I wish I didn’t have to live under a pile of coats.’

‘…can you see the cat? I think he might have been smothered by coats.’

(You get the picture)

So, after selecting two old floorboards that we had carefully stored away, he set about making the coat rack of my dreams! It has a shelf for storing hats, twine and other useful things and has heavy-duty galvanised hooks to withstand the many years of hanging that it will have to do.

After asking my opinion on the finish, I opted for a limed effect.  It was my hope that this would work against the Farrow and Ball – Cornforth White, painted wall behind it.

Doesn’t it look brill? Maximum Brownie Points to Mr D-F!

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