Rake in Country Design
For lots of people, old garden rakes are sure signs of fall, but design expert Shannon Quimby uses them year 'round and not necessarily for raking.
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Bend the teeth on an old rake into curlycues and decorate with small painted pots for interesting garden art.
Decorate a window with a rake window rod and vintage tablecloth. Secure the rake to the window casing or wall, drape the tablecloth over the rod and keep in place with clothespins.
Organize charms and knick-knacks on a cranberry rake or keep keys in one place when the rake is hung by the front door.
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