Vintage Screen becomes Office Organizer

March 5th, 2011 in member junk     
VintageReVisited VintageReVisited, member
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Original, as found condition.  I knew this had potential to become something fun and unique.
Added embossed wallpaper to one side entirely and half way up the the other side.  Left the top half of that side to become the office accessories.
The finished product.  The screen features a cork board, chalk board and picture gallery.  Its on original wheels so it can spin around to still be used as a room divider or screen to hide something.
I love using embossed wallpaper right now.  It gave the screen side just enough texture while the semi-gloss black paint makes it all blend into a whole.
The final touch... The picture gallery sports vintage black buttons at each juncture of the ribbons.
Original, as found condition.  I knew this had potential to become something fun and unique.

Original, as found condition.  I knew this had potential to become something fun and unique.


Greetings to all!  I am a closet junker and project person that has struggled with who I am for years.   I was thrilled to find this site and realize that there are others out there like me!! And that's a good thing! Thank you to everyone for celebrating the "Reduce, Recycle and Re-use" movement with your wonderful repurposed items.  And thank you for not only making it legitimate, but also financially productive to "play with junk".

 I have been quietly watching from the sidelines for a few months now and am very impressed with the creativity everyone shows.  Thought I would share one of my recent projects... 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, furniture

Comments (10)

Treatyoself2tee writes: Very french country turned out great and when you get tired of it just redo it again it would be nice if it had removeable panels then you could change them for holidays and have a theam screens
Posted: 6:24 pm on April 4th
homeroad writes: Wow it came out great! I also re-worked a screen. I used chicken wire! I like yours it's great!
Susan Posted: 3:03 pm on March 21st
VintageReVisited writes: Thanks for the very positive feedback everyone. I really appreciate it. I love all the all the support and inspiration on JMS! Posted: 10:12 am on March 9th
bluebucket writes: This is such a beautiful piece. You did a great job of bringing the screen back to life. Posted: 11:29 am on March 7th
RustyDiva writes: You really took this from ugly duckling to gorgeous! Beautiful choice of paint and fabric. Love it!
Posted: 7:57 am on March 7th
KMcG73 writes: What a really wonderful and beautiful project! Posted: 3:07 am on March 7th
EmmasNookandGranny writes: What a great transformation! Can't wait to see what else you have done! Posted: 3:15 pm on March 6th
MakinItHappen writes: What a great job! And that toile picture board makes it perfect! Posted: 11:29 am on March 6th
artteachergirl writes: What a wonderful re-do!!! The embossed wallpaper just makes this piece! I will definitely be working some into some of my projects...stunning in the black! Embrace the fine junker you are:-), and keep the projects coming our way! Vicki Posted: 8:29 pm on March 5th
ShabbyGardens writes: I love it! It came out so nice! You did a great job! And the embossed wallpaper adds so much texture and style! Very nice! Keep 'em coming! Posted: 4:16 pm on March 5th
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