A couple of weeks ago Richmond, Virginia had a Vintage Home Market. It was amazing to see all the unique items each vendor brought in.
Yes, somebody did make wooden car ramps. A long time ago too. So I bought the set. (Excuse the mess behind, please)
At first I was thinking they would make a cool fireplace mantel. Then I thought of flanking the bed and adding a cross beam as a shelf - using the ramps sort of like corbels.
Then, I decided to use them in a simple way. They are pretty heavy so hanging them would take some thought and time so while I am un-decorating my house at the moment that didn't make sense.
The height of the wooden ramp is perfect for layering accents in a corner of a room or, in this case, the porch.
The weight of it can hold a pretty heavy planter if I wanted it to but I just screwed in a metal garden hook and hung up the old lantern that was in our yard a few houses ago.
This porch is really fun to decorate. I don't sit out here often enough. I had to scrub the white rockers with soap and water to get the thick pollen off of them. =/ Hopefully we don't get any bursts of that stuff showered all over again.
How would you use these Old Wooden Car Ramps?
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