I’m kinda a repurposing junkie. I admit it shamelessly. I mean honestly, what’s better than taking something old and weird and making it new and weirder?! But good weird. Really good weird. It’s the best, and these ideas will get you on the right road. I had lots of fun finding these fun uses for
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you hope for the future. Filing cabinets have been known to be the bane of my existence. Ugly, bulky, space-hogs, but unfortunately also essential. A little research has given me some ideas that have inspired serious filing cabinet upgrades. Check these out for hope and future happiness.
Aren’t old windows just charming? There’s something about them that just feels like a memory. I love looking at them and thinking about the kids of things they have seen. Tap into their power and use their lovely selves for new projects with these fun projects.
Ah, those summer months. As the sun smiles upon us we sigh and smile blissfully, and then we get to work. Furniture for your great outdoor home is an important part of the summer. Try a few of these ideas for a fun makeover!
There is something fascinating about pipes. That sentence looks weird. But it’s true, right? They just look cool! Industrial, strangely beautiful? Yes! So why not tap into that loveliness and work it to your advantage? The following ideas will hopefully inspire you to do just that.
Tires are fun. Ain’t nobody gonna try and argue with me on that one. They’re just…fun. So take that fun and roll with it (get it? Roll…tires…okay). Recycle, but do it right. Check out these ideas for how.
Maps. I love them. I love everything about them. I love the images they connote, the memories they stir up, the squiggly little lines that tell silent stories of street names where unknown people live. There’s a kind of beauty in seeing the world on paper. As lovely as they are, here’s an honesty moment: I
I don’t know about you, but the number of cereal boxes I go through is just ridiculous. I could probably plant a forest using all of them. And I certainly feel guilty every time I throw another one away, even if I know I’m recycling them. The following are a few brilliant ways to use
Confession: I have an entire box in my closet devoted to old jeans. They just sit there. I don’t know why I keep them, but the pile is growing ever larger. My problem, however, is not an uncommon one. That pile of old jeans can be found in hidden portions of many of our closets.