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This adorable Jeu de Quilles (Bowling) Set ($575), designed to look like toy soldiers, is from 1940s France. With only nine pins left, it's probably a bit difficult to play a genuine bowling game. So, I'd like you to think outside of the alley and tell me how you'd use the set in your home as décor or a furnishing. If you're handy or know a good carpenter, you could certainly transform them into a playful and interesting furniture piece, by perhaps using the pins as legs for a table or arms for a shelf. Or, you might even hang them from the ceiling as a chandelier. I'd love to use them as small fence posts, or pedestals for outdoor candles. Tell me how you'd use them in your home by commenting below!

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foxie foxie 8 years
I really hate the juvenile color scheme and the creepy faces!
Home Home 8 years
As firewood, foxie!? I couldn't allow it!
RosaDilia RosaDilia 8 years
I'll probably use them on as a kid's coat rack. Just have them stick out from the sides and the ball as a finnial on the top.
emo_stacer emo_stacer 8 years
Mount them to a piece of wood so that you could display children's books between them in a boy's room.
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 8 years
I would use them to decorate a playroom (on a high shelf) or they almost look like nutcrackers so I think you could use them around Christmas time too.
hannacotta hannacotta 8 years
BEAUTIFUL! and the before me must be crazy!!!
foxie foxie 8 years
I'd either use it as firewood or I'd re-paint them in a more appealing color scheme and use them as cabinet handles in the kitchen.
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