Faucet Handles

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Vintage faucets, brightly painted and used as wall hooks...

Faucet Hooks | Buy from Gardener's Supply

Gardener's Supply Faucet Hooks | Buy these whimsical and functional hooks to organize your potting shed and gardening tools.

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Spigots for drawer pulls

Instant COLLECTION of GARDEN Water Faucet Knobs - Set of 9 Large Knobs

Instant COLLECTION of GARDEN Water Faucet Knobs - Set of 9 Large knobs Sizes range from 2" to 2 1/2" approx. These old water faucet knobs are beautifully aged and have great character. My studio is overflowing with found objects so I thought I'd share some with you. These may be the perfect object for your next creation or install the collection in a shadowbox for display! Enjoy. Sushipot Art Objects +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ MAIN SHOP: http://sushipot.etsy.com 2nd SHOP…

Faucet Handle Flowers

Faucet Handle Flowers - Metal Garden Art | Gardener's Supply

Cheerful and eye-catching Faucet Flowers garden art bring color and personality to any container or flower bed.​ Powder coated cast iron and steel.

Repurpose old faucet handles for drawer pulls

DIY: Sweet Knobs

I’m giving the vanity in the basement bathroom a fresh coat of paint and new moldings, so naturally it needed new knobs. I’m quite proud of myself for showing restraint and not spending too much on some gorgeous (but overpriced) Anthroplologie hardware. Instead I found some old faucet handles here, spray painted them, and added nuts […]

Rustic orange birdhouse with reclaimed vintage faucet, old door handle, and rusty recycled roof..... a unique garden decor look.

Rustic Orange Birdhouse Recycled Vintage Farm Junk

Rustic orange birdhouse with reclaimed vintage faucet old door handle rusty recycled roof a unique garden decor look. Vintage junk and found objects from my many walks in the grove of trees on the perusing the junk stash from the past. A unique and one of a kind birdhouse handcrafted on the farm no two are ever the same. Hangs from a wire holder, you can remove if you prefer it to sit. We offer steel hangers in another listing here on etsy. Dimensions: 14" tall. 6" wide. 6" deep. Thanks for…

Upcycled water spigots and knobs make cute hooks inside and outside the house

Upcycled water spigots and knobs make cute hooks inside and outside the house

Old-Time Faucet Handles Make Fun Hooks Real vintage faucet handles were the inspiration for these sturdy, colorful wall hooks. They handily hold garden tools, coats, school bags and more

Faucet Hooks | Buy from Gardener's Supply

Gardener's Supply Faucet Hooks | Buy these whimsical and functional hooks to organize your potting shed and gardening tools.

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Faucet Handle Flowers ~ Jeanne Sammons saw this at a barn sale

Garden Art: Faucet handle flowers | Flea Market Gardening

Garden Art from Vintage Faucet Handles... 4 Fun projects! Faucet handles and vintage spigots capture a Flea Market Gardener's imagination and garden art is the result...

I want to do this, but A) where do you get used faucets and B) how do you mount them to the wall?

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Inspiration- no tutorial. Use an old faucet handle to create a flower garden decoration.

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A pumpkin orange vintage valve handle rests on top of a metal stem adorned with antique ceiling tin leaves to bring a touch of vintage industrial charm to your fall decor! This flower has been dusted with gold micro glitter that gives it an eye catching pop! The valve handle is attached by wrapping the metal stem around the bolt that is through the center of the handle. It is secured with adhesive and tightened together with a nut. The ceiling tin leaves have each been cut by hand and…

love the handles on these drawers

New Beginnings for My Sandlot Rascal

Just in case you happen upon a rascal in your travels, as I recently did, and you want to adopt him but aren't sure about opening up your home to a wayward street dweller, here is a recipe for rehabbing the little guy so he can become useful and responsible, and an asset rather than a liability. Step One: Pull one rascal, who has been cavorting with the trash on the other side of town, out of the dirt and gently carry him home in the back seat of your car, and clean him up a bit. Step Two…