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Branches, Branches Everywhere

Need to hang, store or display something? Grab a branch.

There are many ways to put them to work around the home. Don’t pay a fortune and create your own natural design with fallen outdoor finds and leftover wood pieces.

Custom wood items can be expensive. Sturdy, long branches can be cut, sanded, stained or painted and affixed to walls and used as handrails.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

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Clothes racks and closet systems can be costly, however assembling your own with outdoor objects, scrap wood and some hardware allows a budget friendly way to organize clothing and other items.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

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Branches, Branches Everywhere

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Portions of logs or branches make ideal artful shelves. Thicker branches can be sawed in half and the flat side can be hung on a wall for an instant shelf.

This memo board is easily created from twigs or stems.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

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Hangers and hooks secured on the wall add an easy, unexpected and practical way to bring a little outside indoors.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

Image source: poppytalk.com

Stems and tree limbs can be used as organic decorative accents in rooms. Placing a plain outdoor element indoors adds to the fresh, relaxed feel of a room.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

Image source: designsponge.com

This pendant light suspended from a fallen tree branch is unpretentious yet smart, and could even be painted in a color that matches its surroundings, or in a bold shade or pattern to make it stand out.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

Image source: designsponge.com

This wood home incorporates a lower cedar tree trunk portion into the fire mantle structure, adding to the natural warmth of the space.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

Image source: gelottehommas.com

Extra pieces from outdoor wood projects can even be reused. Check out these gorgeous wood buttons for an idea. Simply drill in holes and sand until smooth for distinctive, stylish buttons.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

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Surplus log circles can be saved and applied to furniture, or as shown in this do it yourself mirror design.

Branches, Branches Everywhere

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Usual objects put to use in unusual ways is budget friendly, and access to free materials that can be turned into functional ones might be right outside.

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