When I was at the Habitat ReStore getting the half dozen cabinets for the current kitchen remodel, I spotted this rather funky shelf.
When I went back the other day looking for something else, it was still there! Last time I had no idea where I would put it. I still am not sure. At $40, I will find a place sooner or later, like the book’s title, Never Stop to think…Do I Have a Place for This? by Mary Randolph Carter.
This is not the exciting type of find of blogger Victoria Elizabeth Barnes yet I did get a bit of a thrill when I started thinking of all the possible ways I could use it and if I had the idea to build such a shelf, it couldn’t be duplicated for $40 in material and labor. I was told by a volunteer at the ReStore that it is kind of a rare 50’s piece. Must be rare, can’t find a single one like it googling 1930-1950 shelf.
What do you think?
The ongoing current project, that derailed my original plan of scheduled posts when I started this blog a few months ago, is getting very exciting! We are waiting for the next permit approval to continue the second phase.
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