I am a big fan of things archery-themed, and as soon as I laid eyes on it, I was extremely envious of this arrow rack. Made from two pieces of scrap wood cast away by a neighbor and some dowels, I instantly began to wonder where I could find some arrows!
Based in Boston, Amanda fills the pages of her blog, Red Jet Whistle, with beautiful and inspirational decor, crafts, projects and designs. Her most recent project is this fantastic and simple display rack for her handmade arrows. Made from two pieces of wood that her landlord was discarding, Amanda re-imagined the scraps into a useful and simple decor element.
The arrows that are displayed are her own creations--hand cut, painted, and assembled pieces inspired by "carnivals, color wheels and primitive geometry." She sells them at her shop, Quivver, and I don't know about you but I instantly fell in love!
And my wish list has grown just a little bit longer …
Images: Red Jet Whistle