A Salvaged Railing Becomes a Craft and Tool Station

A Salvaged Railing Becomes a Craft and Tool Station

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Cambria Bold
Nov 18, 2010

This is a pretty impressive and very Martha-Stewart-esque craft station! And it all started with a mint green railing (from a crib, perhaps, or shelves) found on the street. Galvanized wall pocket planters, a spice rack, and various hooks and hangers then transformed it into an organized ode to the crafty, DIY spirit of its maker, Monica Ewing. You can make your own craft/tool station with the following tutorial:


A mounted power strip

To make this organized wall craft station, you'll need a salvaged railing, some wood screws, wire, 3/8-inch dowls, a power strip, primer and paint, and nuts, washers, and bolts. Add in a few basic tools (pliers, wire cutter, screw driver) and an afternoon of cutting and hammering, and you're on your way.

Check out the full tutorial over at CraftyNest.

(Images: CraftyNest)

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