French Fence Pieces

 






Remember these gates.  I was planning on using them in our bedroom for a headboard but instead I decided on something different.
I used one of the fence pieces behind my dresser in the dining room area.

I decided to use the other one with an old piano bench to make a rustic bench under my french window.  We attached the gate to the wall and pushed the piano bench up to it.  Fit perfectly.









They worked out better for decor pieces in my living room and dining room. 

Hope to have the bedroom finished up soon to show you the changes in the Master Bedroom.

Have a great rest of the week.
Hugs,
Kris








33 comments

  1. I like how you used them in your home. The bench is a perfect fit! :D

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  2. Those French fence pieces are totally amazing; love it as part of the bench. so you, Kris

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  3. Perfect use of those gates, Kris. Unbelievable how both fit those pieces almost perfectly-like they were made for each other. Can't wait to see the bedroom now. xo Diana

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  4. Love those gates....so pretty!
    ~Des

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  5. Kris,
    Perfect places for both of them!! They look great!! Looking forward to your next post so I can see more!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  6. Wow! They match like they were made for those pieces! They look great and I can’t wait to see the bedroom!! Xxoo

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  7. Good morning my dear! Great idea! Love the worn piano bench and the gate looks perfect with it. Can't wait to see the bedroom!

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  8. Amazing, love them both but especially with the piano bench.

    Perfect marriage.

    Hugs,

    Cindy

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  9. Such a great look for those two pieces. It pays to play around. Happy decorating Kris. xoxo

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  10. You are so creative Kris, and I love how you decorated with the gates split up. I can't wait to see what you did in the bedroom. Enjoy the rest of the week Kris.

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  11. Gosh Kris, just love it so much. I like the gates separated into two displays. Now, every time I see something beautiful and chippy white I always think, "What would Kris do with that?" You're in my decorative brain, LOL.

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  12. You are crazy amazing. I have a new couch sitting in the livingroom trying to give me inspiration (NONE is happening) while a fetter away and pay penance in the garden for my lack of inspiration...lol. Hugs, looking great! Sandi

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  13. More bang for the buck, Kris. I love how you used them both.

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  14. Those are both matches made in Heaven! both look perfect and so sweet. You are having way too much fun! xoxoo Marilyn

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  15. Love how you used them! So cool!

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  16. When I saw the title of your post my thought was a headboard reveal. LOL The way you repurposed them is lovely, I especially like the bench. Now I'm scratching my head at what amazing idea you have up your sleeve for a headboard.

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  17. Love the way you used the gates. They look perfect with the cute little chest and as a back for the bench. xoxo

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  18. Oh nice! Makes great decor and a bench. They are such pretty metal pieces so it's great they are out where everyone who visits can see them. 😊
    Hugs, Cecilia

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  19. They both look absolutely perfect Kris. You have done so many fantastic things in your new home, and so very quickly too! Hugs, Gilly

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  20. Hi Kris! Those chippy gates are gorgeous - I predict you will be using them in so many different ways. I love their delicate lines. Jane

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  21. Great choices! It’s fun when you change your original idea and it comes out so well!

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  22. Love it. I shared your kitchen with Jeremy yesterday. I have his wheels turning regarding ideas. We will have some ugly walls too, so I like your cover up ideas.

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  23. So cute! Love their romantic, rustic charm! Hugs!

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  24. Looks great, Kris. Sometimes Plan B is even better than Plan A. :) Happy Thursday! Hugs.

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  25. Kris, those gates worked out so well. Love them both but the bench is my favorite..Happy Days..xxoJudy

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  26. Morning Kris. Love love love those french fence pieces, and how you used them, they really look so cute and quaint. Don't you just love that you buy something thinking you are gonna use it one place and then you get a better idea of how to use it that you love even more. They really looks so pretty. Hope all is well at your house and that Terry had a great Father's day. Thanks for coming by and for your sweet comments.
    Love and Blessings, Nellie

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  27. So cute!! Love this idea! xoxo

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  28. Just saw this post. The garden fence decor looks so pretty..love the way it turned out..Sorta Frenchy.. :) ..Have a nice week. Hope all goes well. Love your new home..all of it..

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  29. Okay... so where is the window and the bench located in the house? Looks like a lovely entryway vignette, but your entryway seems a bit narrow for this?

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  30. These are precious. I love what you have done with them.

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