This post features this lovely key hook, constructed of discarded (trash) objects. The wood: trash! The hooks: trash! Some people throw away the most beautiful trash!
Now for the back story... Here at the Hess House, we have some members that have a little difficulty keeping track of his or her keys. I'm not naming any names, but let's just say that a certain person in this house got tired of looking for another certain person, or persons' keys. I, or should I say, a certain person would advise the other certain persons to make a habit of putting his or her keys in the same location every time they entered the house. Unheeded. Repeatedly. Soooooooo.....The hooks were born. Or should I say reborn. This took a lot of begging, but eventually a certain person made this out of a bunch of junk found in our dungeon. That's what I call our basement. Have you seen it? It's a dungeon! Tours are available upon request.
Check it out, it conveniently features 3 hooks, and 3 people live in this house (up until recently)! Notice the nice frame constructed by a very talented member of this family! Admittedly, the peeling paint is not for everyone, but I love it! It reminds me of the passage of time, and survival. If you can't relate, fine...you can go to the store and buy some shiny hooks and mount them near the front door so that you don't waist time searching for keys.
But look, after all that begging and then the labor involved crafting this little beauty, one little set of keys hangs. One lonely set of keys, hanging forlornly on its prospective hook. Longing for it's fellow keys. Oh well. Attempts were made!
Up next....a rehabilitated dresser from the trash!!!!