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China Cabinet
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Repurposed entertAinment center to china cabinet
How to repurpose that and coffee table Gpa made?
How to re-purpose those big old armoires.
has been repurposed into a china hutch. It adds scale and interest to the dining room while functioning quite happily in its new role. This is a vast improvement on sending the piece off to molder in a landfill.
has been repurposed into a china hutch. It adds scale and interest to the dining room while functioning quite happily in its new role. This is a vast improvement on sending the piece off to molder in a landfill.
“lovely spring green on seat covers” — jpqwright
Tess Fine
Nadia Dole
Ideabooks1,687
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Repurpose an antique piece for the island
Tibetan altar repurposed as kitchen island
Repurposed antique would work well in our house.
tibetan altar repurposed as a kitchen island
cabinetry is repurposed industrial units, complete with Victorian cast iron bin pulls. The shelving is old wood planks, supported by Victorian cast iron brackets and filled with antique pottery. The kitchen island is a Tibetan altar, with intricate detailing and a worn finish.
10. Repurpose an antique. Consider shopping at a flea market for something unique; antique chests, cupboards and more can be transformed into one-of-a-kind islands. This piece, once a Tibetan altar, has found new life as the heart of this cozy kitchen.Tell us: Which of these island designs caught your
“Cute island” — Tiffani Gregory-thomas
Right Meets Left Design LLC
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Harlem Apartment
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tables were re-purposed in the living room as a credenza. The Eames lounge chair is white leather. The turquoise blue lamp base is one of a pair, with the other lamp used in the bedroom. The lamps were differentiated with two different style lampshades. Photo: John Dolan Photography
bright colors, end tables repurposed as console, turquoise lamp
they make repurposed in this way. And don't limit yourself to this style: Almost any pair of tables that will snuggle up against each other will work.
repurposed side tables make a consol table
they make repurposed in this way. And don't limit yourself to this style: Almost any pair of tables that will snuggle up against each other will work."
repurposed nightstands as a console table
“color” — Mr. CabinetCare
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Instant Interiors
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doors are repurposed for kitchen cabinetry, giving the kitchen a rustic elegance. The shelves display antique and new blue and white pottery. Hand painted tile borders the entire kitchen area. Photo by Instant Interiors
"Smaller doors can be repurposed into cabinet fronts. No need to try to match the new wood to aged, repurposed wood. Using bright white
Smaller doors can be repurposed into cabinet fronts. No need to try to match the new wood to aged, repurposed wood. Using bright white shelves and cabinets for the rest of the cabinetry actually draws attention to your centerpiece wood doors.
can be repurposed into cabinet fronts. No need to try to match the new wood to aged, repurposed wood. Using bright white shelves and cabinets for the rest of the cabinetry actually draws attention to your centerpiece wood doors.
“Love blue and white tile” — klwrn2u
Monica Ewing
Botanical prints and salvaged window
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Learn to repurpose. Repurposing is the art of using old, forgotten junk in a beautiful new way — and it is a skill well worth acquiring. Turn an old window into a picture frame, use old doors as a headboard, display towels on a propped-up ladder
Learn to repurpose. Repurposing is the art of using old, forgotten junk in a beautiful new way — and it is a skill well worth acquiring. Turn an old window into a picture frame, use old doors as a headboard, display towels on a propped-up ladder or reinvent a vintage suitcase as a nightstand. Once you start
start repurposing, you may find yourself coming up with all sorts of new uses for those curbside freebies you used to pass by.
Learn to repurpose. Repurposing is the art of using old, forgotten junk in a beautiful new way — and it is a skill well worth acquiring. Turn an old window into a picture frame, use old doors as a headboard, display towels on a propped-up ladder or reinvent a vintage suitcase as a nightstand. Once you start
“Turn mirror Deb gave me to something like this” — sklannan
Living2Design
Castleberry Hill Loft
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windows also repurpose into an inventive room or office divider. These reclaimed windows provide separation between the living and dining areas while admitting light and views. They make a big statement without taking up much square footage.
Re-purpose: Airy Room divider - salvage windows
These repurposed windows provide a feeling of separation but leave a nice view between living and dining areas. Using reclaimed objects like the windows and repurposing them is very appropriate in this former factory.
them? Repurposing a room and redesigning within your existing home’s footprint is always cheaper than building an addition.Next, make a list of the rooms you wish you had in your home. Compare the two lists, and see if anything can have a dual purpose. Can you live without any of these rooms?Here are
“IKEA table hack” — Philip Brian
Siemasko + Verbridge
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From Kids to Quiet
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repurposed door into a coat rack. Love this!
repurpose old door for hanging coats in the mudroom
Old door repurposed as a coat rack for entry
old door repurposed...Repurposed door?...repurposed door???
“for bedroom?” — Leanne James
Tim Clarke Design
Scandia Surf
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Repurpose blanket as pillow / cushion covers
If you have a favorite blanket that has holes and runs but still looks and feels good, repurpose it as pillow covers.
When re-purposing sweaters, especially for pillows, use a stabilizer for the sweater. I have found in the past with projects the sweater material stretches out when the pillows are used.
Repurpose an old or damaged blanket/quilt as throw pillows.
good, repurpose it as pillow covers.
“The grey blankets!” — rebeccarichmond
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