When I dragged a piece of corrugated tin home from the side of the road I got the eye roll. If you are a junker, you know the one. The look that says, "What are you going to use that for? Why are you bringing garbage home? We will let that sit around for a year (or ten) and then take it to the dump."
Much to hubby's chagrin, it only sat around for 3 months before I found a use for it--a rustic hall tree.
Ignore the man in the corner, i.e. please ignore the trim boards ready for the basement sitting on the floor behind this ;).
I have no process pictures, but sandwiched the tin between reclaimed barn wood boards.
I added a "table in front also built from barn wood. The bottom shelf would be lovely with some wire baskets or a wood crate--I will leave it up to the owner who hopefully will be purchasing this at the show I am at this weekend.
Some rusted hooks and a mirror trimmed in the barn wood complete this hall tree.
I love it's rustic goodness!