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shelf wood hooks jar organizer Cottage Home Decor Vintage White

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shelf wood hooks jar organizer Cottage Home Decor VINTAGE WHITE

Light layers of stain and paint make this shelf so beautiful! We love the classic look of the creamy off-white paint. Lots of texture and life! Distressed and finished just right... cottage primitive look, yet oh so chic!

♥ ♥ ♥ GO HERE TO SEE OUR CURRENT PRODUCTION TIMES: http://www.etsy.com/people/OldNewAgain ♥ ♥ ♥

A jar sits in the hole in the shelf (if you use it for fresh flowers, the jar is easily removed to fill with fresh water!). We love the holes, as the jar sits snugly and won't get knocked over. Shelf brackets and glue make it super sturdy. The metal hooks are a pretty brushed silver.

Use it anywhere you need some organization!

Strong metal keyhole hangers. We also include wall anchors and screws with hanging instructions.

Measures 16" x 4 1/4".

(jelly jar is included... flowers or other props not included)

PLEASE NOTE: This item is made to order and the distressing and finish may be slightly different than what's pictured. Please be assured that every piece we create is finished meticulously, allowing the natural wood texture to show, making each piece lovely and unique.

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shelf wood hooks jar organizer Cottage Home Decor Vintage White

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