Key Hook Decor

This is one of my FAVORITE projects!  It’s quick, easy and cheap!  Lots of bang for your buck;)

I say cheap because I started with pieces from our scrap wood pile:)

I used an old sheet of bead board, a 1×6 and 1×3′s.

I trimmed out the bead board with the 1×3′s

using Gorilla Glue wood glue and a staple gun to secure them.

Next, I hammered a saw tooth hanger through the back.

I attached the 1×6 with wood glue and drilled 2″ screws through the back (pre drill so the wood doesn’t split)

I spray painted it with 1 coat of Rust-Oleum black gloss.

I found these super cute glass knobs at Hobby Lobby (50% off of course;)

and paired them with these pretty hooks from Home Depot.

I pre drilled holes for the hooks

and put the knobs through the top holes on the hooks then secured them on the back.

I attached it to the wall, added the metal buckets (purchased at Ikea for $1 each) and filled them with dried hydrangea.

That was it!  Time invested was about 1 hour and money invested was about $15!  LOVE:)

Thanks so much for stopping by and Happy Friday!

~Ashley

 

 

 

  • Heather Vroom

    Um, my key holder just realized it is the fat friend.

    This looks perfect on your wall! How creative to combine the hooks and the knobs, I never would have thought to do that!

  • http://www.facebook.com/cori.evers Cori Evers

    I made this a little smaller than yours (16″ shelf) to accomodate my smaller pails but it still came out lovely. Thanks so much for the tutorial!

  • Sabrina

    Girl, that is so cute!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/joy.millam Joy Millam

    I just found your blog, I noticed that your washer and dryer are on a short platform; I’m assuming that you made it, can you post about that or send me pics… I need to unstack mine and use my limited space better. Thanks.

  • Ashly

    Cute! I am super excited to try something like this in my home. I must hand it to the two of you girls, you both come up with the cutest ideas. I need to get creative. Thanks for the really awesome idea.

  • amy

    What are the measurements for your wood pieces?

    • http://www.shanty-2-chic.com/ Shanty2Chic

      Hi Amy,
      The main piece is 23.5″ wide by 21.5″ long. The shelf is 18 3/4″ long:)

      Sent from my iPad

      • Amy

        Thanks so much!!! :)

  • http://thedogwalkinggardener.wordpress.com Anne-Marie

    Stunning! I absolutely love this and I’ll make it! Very clever!! Thanks so much for sharing this!

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  • http://www.krista-artista.blogspot.com/boardandbatten.html Krista-Artista

    This is such a great idea! I love how you dressed up the hooks with the knobs. Very creative. Love everything about it!

  • http://www.fancyfrugallife.blogspot.com Lina

    Love this!! I am working on my hook project now with chalkboard paint :) Great for the kids and their “Stuff”! Love the buckets…
    Lina
    Fancy Frugal Life

  • http://blissfulrhythm.blogspot.com Kathy

    This is fantastic! Love it! Will definitely try this one – Pinning on my Pinterest!
    Kathy

    • Ashley

      Thank you Kathy!!!!

  • http://www.cort.com Diana

    This is such a great idea! Our beloved IKEA secretary desk finally met its maker and I’ve been looking for something to use the remaining wood for. This project looks perfect!

    • Ashley

      Great idea Diana!!!! Love recycling old pieces:)

  • http://[email protected] June @ I will craft…..

    Wow what a great project from scraps.

    I love it.

    • Ashley

      Thank you June!

  • http://gatheredinthekitchen.com Stephanie

    Hey Girls!!! Here is my post on the board I made!!! Thanks again soooo much for the great inspiration!!!

    http://gatheredinthekitchen.com/2011/07/26/shelfhook-board-decor/

  • http://redneckprincess.wordpress.com The Redneck Princess

    I am going to be here all the time, that is sooo cool!!!

  • http://passionatelyartistic.com Maggie

    wow i luv luv this you make it so easy to make..
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    Have a fabulous week,
    Maggie
    http://passionatelyartistic.com

    • Ashley

      Thank you Maggie;)

  • http://www.kirkwoodcottage.com Lynn

    This is so cute. I love the combo of the glass knobs and the hooks. I don’t thing I would have thought of that on my own. It adds just the right amount of sparkle to the whole thing.

    • Ashley

      Thank you Lynn!

  • http://ouradventuresinhomeimprovement.blogspot.com Pam

    Very creative! I love how you added the hooks, knobs and shelf. Nice work!

    Pam

    • Ashley

      Thanks Pam;)

  • http://www.designgivesback.com Kelee Katillac

    Looks sharp! Nice and functional yet has presence to it!

    • Ashley

      Thanks so much Kelee!!

  • http://www.ilythen.blogspot.com Emily

    This is SO cute! I would love something like this in our little entryway… I just might have to try this project! Thanks for sharing!

    • Ashley

      Thank you Emily! Please share if you make one:)))

  • http://www.mycreativeattempts.blogspot.com Steph

    Love that project! Super cute and creative!

    • Ashley

      Thanks Steph!!!

  • http://lifeofasoutherncouple.blogspot.com/ Brittany

    Very cute! You always have the best ideas!

    http://lifeofasoutherncouple.blogspot.com/

    • Ashley

      Aw thank you Brittany;)

  • [email protected]

    so cute!! what were your dimensions? I already went and bought supplies to make one! Thanks for such a great project.. love it!

    • Ashley

      I’m sorry it has taken me a while to get back to you on this Heidi! My deminsions were 23″ wide by 21″ tall. Random measurements because I just held it up to my wall and marked it;)

  • http://thriftysouthernlivingwithbrooke.blogspot.com Brooke

    Very good! I love everything about that, especially the little tins:)

    • Ashley

      Thank you Brooke!!!

  • http://gatheredinthekitchen.com Stephanie

    Oh boy! I just went out to buy some extra wood to make two of these! I can’t wait!!!

    • Ashley

      It turned out great Stephanie! Thanks for sharing!

  • http://cannaryfamily.blogspot.com Gina

    That is seriously crafty! Where do you come up with these ideas??!!

    • Ashley

      Aw thank you Gina:)))

  • Laura

    This would be great by my backdoor! Thank you!

    • Ashley

      Please share yours with us when you finish it Laura!!!

  • http://www.redhenhome.blogspot.com Korrie@RedHenHome

    Very cute! Great idea.

    • Ashley

      Thank you Korrie!

  • http://www.homeroad.net Susan

    Adorable! Thanks for the tute!
    Susan

    • Ashley

      Thank you Susan!

  • http://http://theunexpectedlife2010.blogspot.com/ Reyna

    I not only love your creativity but also that you are budget savvy!

    Thank you for sharing your talents and gifts with us!

    • Ashley

      Thank you so much Reyna!

  • http://citygirlgonecoastal.blogspot.com/ Amanda

    Looks wonderful!

    • Ashley

      Thank you Amanda!!!

  • http://gatheredinthekitchen.com Stephanie

    I love this!!! You girls are sooo creative!

  • http://bellesbazaar-heather.blogspot.com heather bell

    That is awesome!! And so great that you found the perfect spot for it. Go you!=) http://bellesbazaar-heather.blogspot.com

    • Ashley

      Thank you Heather:)))

  • Bronna

    Okay I was about to do the mason jar key holder but now which one do I do? Both are too cute. Love!!

    • Ashley

      Why not both;))) Thank you Bronna!

  • Joanie

    What a great idea! I’m going to use my handy dandy PINK tools and make a long one for the bathroom! Thank you!

    • Ashley

      Love the pink tools!!! Thank you Joanie:))

  • Camille Knudsen

    Can I borrow just a little bit of your creativity? I’m asking nicely. :) You girls are awesome! Camille

    • Ashley

      LOl! Thank you Camille;)))