Coat Racks Inspired by Fishing Huts

I have been working hard at getting a few extra things ready for my shop, I have some new signs and wall décor and also some coat hangers made.

 As I’ve said before, I live in a beautiful island province where there are many small fishing villages. Things are just gearing up for the new season.  We, here on Prince Edward Island are known for lobsters, oysters, snow crabs, many types of fish and even eels!

This is a photo I took  last year of nearby Miminegash, where there are colourful fishing huts:

Here’s a hut with a message for tourists!

The colourful huts across the island inspired this coat rack made from pallet wood:

closeup:

and this one, basically the same but a little less distressed:

closeup:

These coat racks are about 18″ wide and about 7″ tall.

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0 thoughts on “Coat Racks Inspired by Fishing Huts”

  1. Where have you been all my blogging life! Love meeting fellow Canadian bloggers and your adorable fish hut coat racks caught my eye at the Funky Junk Interiors party. Looking forward to following you!
    Marie, The Interior Frugalista

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