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5 Ideas for Reusing Things at Home


Reusing Things at Home

If you are from the people who do not want to throw away already unnecessary items, see how you can turn them into something new, practical and stylish.

Built wardrobe with recycled doors

If you have the old furniture or doors and you do not using them and just gather dust in the basement or attic, this idea you might will like you. Well-preserved wooden doors can become an integrated part of your wardrobe in the bedroom. You can varnished or paint them to acquire related vision or leave them as they are which will add more color and personality to the room.

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Desk organizer with metal cans

Used cans can be can be turned into practical organizers for desk where you can store and put pens, pencils, scissors, markers, paper clips. Just cut well their uppers and remove the sharp edges using pliers. If you are more creative you can paint them and decorate of your choice.

Shelves from old crates

Wooden crates in which are transported fruits and vegetables can be turned shelves for bedroom or nursery. The only thing you need to do is to drill two holes in the wall to place the items, then use natural openings between the laths of the crates to hang them on the wall.

Renovate an old coffee table

If your old coffee table is scratched and you want to replace it with a new one, do not rush. The scratched top can be covered with a collage of photos. On this way you will get a new and stylish table and at very low cost. The only thing you need to do is paste the pictures with glue and then apply several layers of varnish on top to seal them.

Wall Organizer from shopping bags

Do not use the old shopping bags in the closets and use them to create colorful organizer for the wall in hallway. This you can make on an empty wall in the hallway and install small hooks for handbags. The resulting composition will become a nice wall decoration and will serve to store various small small items, such as scarves, hats, gloves, etc.

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