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10 Ways to Repurpose Old Shutters to Add Vintage Charm to Your Home




10 Ways to Repurpose Old Shutters to Add Vintage Charm to Your Home

Repurposing shutters can be a great idea for those who are in the mood for inexpensive home decor projects. You will be amazed at all the different ways you can use old shutters to create new and awesome things. These shutter repurpose projects are inexpensive because you may easily find them in salvage yards or thrift stores. Or maybe you have a few unused shutters in your own garage with whom you do not know what to do? Here are 10 creative uses for this slatted piece of wood. Try some of these ideas to repurpose old shutters in your home today!


1. Shutter Mason Jar Garden

Shutter Mason Jar Garden

Very unique and vintage way to display mason jars and old window shutters. It can be a great addition to your living room wall. Get the tutorial at She Knows

2. Shutter Console Table

Shutter Console Table

Build your very own cottage-style table for your living room. Get the tutorial at HGTV

3. Shutter Coffee Table

Shutter Coffee Table

Shutter coffee table painted in white with glass plate, filled up with stones and glass nuggets. Via We Upcycle

4. Hall Tree

Hall Tree

Love the detail and the little odds and ends. It looks perfect. Tutorial: Going a Little Coastal

5. Shutter Coat Rack

Shutter Coat Rack

Coat rack made out of an old shutter with inserted shortened legs from broken chairs. Brilliant! Via B is for Becky

6. Shelf From 2 Shutters

Shelf From 2 Shutters

So shabby and so industrial at the same time! Get the instructions at Serendipity Chic Design




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  • Faye Bennett

    I found a picture of a repurposed shutter for mail storage which was uploaded July of 2015. Any chance of getting instructions for how to make that? I can’t figure out how to keep the mail falling through. It has to have something on the back side. Would appreciate any help. Love your site. I’m new to it because I printed out this picture and it had your name at the bottom.
    Thanks,
    Faye Bennett