Habitat Hits

Upcycled Décor
Finding new uses for old things

By Sarah Latham
Photos by Paulette Phlipot

Upcycle Ottomans: made from re-purposed Jute Fair Trade Coffee Bag. At The Open Room, Ketchum, 208.622.0222. $360.

United States Map by Aaron Foster: made from re-purposed license plates. At The Picket Fence, Ketchum, 866.944.5511. $4,290.

Ostrich Feather Pillows: brown & white, by Darnsfield & Ross. At The Picket Fence. $430. 111 Meriweather Hailey

House Coat Holder & Corbels: made with salvaged wood from an old Hailey house. At Great American Furniture, Bellevue, 208.578.3555. $265.

Wine Barrel Bench & Wine Barrel Stool: made from re-purposed wine barrels, original wine stain. By Walsworth Eco-Furnishings, showing at Silver Creek Outfitters. 208.720.3682 for pricing.

Seat belt Chair: courtesy Rocky Mountain Hardware, through White Canvas Designs, 208.928.6366. $385.

Split Cedar Fence Wine Holder: made from an old power pole. Great American Furniture. $24.

Scented Pine Fresheners: made from food-grade wax and essential oils. Great American Furniture. $6-$26.

Klockwerks Unique Trumpet Clock: at Art Quest West, Ketchum, 208.727.9700. $495.

Silverware Teapot Wind Chimes: by Tempest in a Teapot. At Art Quest West. $150.

Rustic Window Frame Mirror: at Art Quest West. $290.

Cherry cabinet top & birch leg side table: at Great American Furniture. $345.

Natural Sisal Rug: through White Canvas Designs. $255.

Entry Piece/Hall Tree: made from vintage door and cabinet. At Great American Furniture. $955.

Mahoney's siding bench: made from the Bellevue bar's former exterior. At Great American Furniture. $210.

Wooden serving platters: photographer's own.

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