This is all about using common household objects which have outlived their original purpose to start a new life as garden art or a novel planter. The list is not restricted to household objects, but also includes old fittings such as doors and windows. I am not sure how succcessful all of the ideas are, but with thirty-seven suggestions you should find something of interest. I found these ideas on a blog called Disfunctional Designs.
?I love an old-fashioned, cottage garden! What better way to showcase those worn and imperfect antiques and flea market finds than to incorporate them into your garden landscape? This is the perfect way to personalize your outdoor haven and add character to your garden! Take a look at these charming examples of ways you can add?architectural?salvage and vintage finds – recycled and repurposed – to your garden!This old screen door serves as a charming trellisThis old frosted glass light fixture makes a beautiful new bird feeder or?birdbathThis pretty trellis was made from an old baby crib!Create a plate wall display on your garden shed (above and below)*Click here to learn how to hang plates the easy way and to see other plate wall ideasHere, old window frames with well placed chandelier crystals form a unique?garden divider
– See more at: Disfunctional Designs