It’s reveal day for the Repurpose Design Series! Welcome to my blog :)
So, the challenge is to spend $20 or less on a used item to repurpose and transform into something wonderful for your home.
In April, I transformed a paper mache' rocking horse HERE. This time, I used a reclaimed piece of wood to create a Potager sign.
We paid $2 for this piece of chippy wood.
I printed and cut out the letters Potager, and traced them onto the board. Then I used Annie Sloan pure white paint to fill in the letters.
What’s a potager, you ask? It’s a kitchen garden…consisting of herbs, vegetables, and flowers. The best gardening idea- growing fresh food right outside the kitchen to gather for cooking and serving :)
Our potting bench came from a little antique shop in a nearby town. The shop owners built it using a vintage window. I spend a lot of time here on our deck this time of year…planting herbs and repotting plants.
I thought the Potager sign would be perfect for this spot. In addition, our vintage seed cart made a great display for the herbs.
This is where we spend many evenings eating dinner together as a family. Of course, when summer hits, you’ll find us inside with air conditioner :)
Potager is pronounced (po-ta-jshay).
This was such an easy and quick project, that cost just a few dollars.
So, what’s in our Potager, you ask? Well, our garden is full of herbs and flowers. And I’ll share more about it real soon :)
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