DIY Household Hooks From Dead Tree Branches

There are people who love wood and working with this material became a real passion for them and people who have a job which request them to use wood for things thy have to create. Whether you refer to a person who has such a hobby or to a carpenter who must use wood for all his works, you will notice the same things in their houses. In both cases you will notice many and various things that they have made for their home even if it was a hobby or just the advantage of a certain job they had. Wooden flower pots, supports for flower pots, wardrobes, chairs, armchairs, and tables are just some items that can be noticed in their homes.

Those who love wood and are also eco-friendly persons have always thought of different ideas how to recycle wood .One of these ideas refers to use tree branches as household hooks for hanging clothes, accessories, and many other things that need to be put on a hook.

Here are some examples of cases when different persons used some tree branches as real nice wall hooks of various types. Gabriel Rutledge is one of these persons, who uses a wooden board and some green maple twigs so that she could use it for arranging her jewelries. Another person is John Robohm whose Live Wire Farm use local hardwoods in order to produce various goods, even hooks. Graca Paz and Jack Pollner are other two persons who love raw materials and try to produce some original hook racks.{found on core77}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on May 30th, 2012


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