198,715 repurposed furniture Home Design Photos

Tess Fine
Nadia Dole
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use an old, interesting piece of furniture for the kitchen island, we could experiment now with that idea.
tibetan altar repurposed as a kitchen island
Use a piece of furniture as a serving table near the butlers pantry in the entertainment room
Island - 10. A repurposed antique. Consider shopping at the flea market for something unique; antique chests, cupboards and
Using an old piece of furniture or chest for an island is a great idea!
The kitchen is an ode to the home's history. The 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
“Wall paneling” — Sarah Flickinger
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
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repurposed furniture--we are still looking for a home for the original pie cupboards :)
Use repurposed furniture. Old farmhouses had baths in converted bedrooms.
Repurpose old furniture as cabinet in bathroom.
4. Repurposed furniture. In the early days, when spare rooms were converted into bathrooms, it wasn’t like farmers loaded up the family in the minivan and hit up the local home design store to furnish their new space. Typically, they dragged in whatever storage pieces weren’t being used elsewhere in
in the house. So repurposed dressers and storage cabinets are good candidates for a farmhouse-style bathroom. “A vanity that has a cabinet under the counter immediately starts to look like less of something you would find in a farmhouse,” Dixon says. “If you’ve got a nice old dresser, stick that in the
“Metal cabinet for vanity” — lpetemarsh
Lucid Interior Design Inc.
1 Review
Trash or Treasure
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Love the hook on the door was wondering what it was? Assuming that it has been repurposed from something?
Ok I am not nuts about this, but you can actually get an old piece of furniture and make it into a vanity.
i just love the idea of re-purposing old things
Repurposed materials as far as the eye can see!
Some genius designer repurposed a 1900s oak banker's desk as a bathroom vanity. I'll say it again: genius. The desk probably had a rolltop that was either busted or wasn't used
inches. While you may find an old dresser that is that deep, any size piece can actually be used, within the confines of your space. If you are repurposing a larger and deeper dresser or vintage desk, like the one pictured here, make sure that you place the sink close enough to the front edge to avoid
“desk vanity” — juliatraster
Interiors Unleashed
1 Review
China Cabinet
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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 mold in a landfill.
This one has been repurposed into a
night while thinking what to do with this piece of gorgeous furniture.
repurpose an old tv media cabinet. add shelves on the inside.
Repurposed entertainment center...could use for office also.
media armoires that became immediately obsolete with the advent of the flat-panel TV? You cannot give these away on Craigslist. This one 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
“or white (all trim and doors are white)” — Roberta Wininger Nuckels
Julie Murray
Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity
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I really love what you have done here, it's totally what my husband & I like doing too, great to see a piece of furniture used in a new way...thanks,,,
Furniture look of vanity could work well since vanity/sink
Makes me want to look at used furniture as cabinet. Think
I like the antique furniture vanity
Using old furniture for a vanity
love the furniture as a vanity
The type of furniture you choose for your vanity will dictate the style of the space. For instance, repurpose an old painted washbasin or pine commode for a country look, versus an elaborate carved mahogany piece
“sideboard used as a vanity” — buckstrail
Patrick Sutton Associates
2 Reviews
Easton House
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day. Repurposing vintage furniture can be an economical way to customize the vanity height for your bath: simply add feet or cut away a portion of the base. Unless it’s a true antique, there is no need to fear altering an aged piece — that’s the beauty, and the enjoyment, of upcycling old furniture.
the idea of repurposing a beautiful piece
Repurposed stuff rocks, rustic and unique!
Use old furniture for bath sink
day. Repurposing vintage furniture can be an economical way to customize the vanity height for your bath: simply add feet or cut away a portion of the base. Unless it’s a true antique, there is no need to fear altering an aged piece — that’s the beauty, and the enjoyment, of upcycling old furniture.
“Tin vase” — melthratter
Julie Murray
Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity
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love the old piece of furniture as a cabinet. love the wall paint color.
Another picture of robins' egg blue walls with repurposed vanity.
repurposed for vanity
DIY furniture repurpose.
Repurposed sideboard
repurposed furniture
Furniture vanity
“Kommode” — christinafeit
Elad Gonen
1 Review
bathroom
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What is this furniture piece used for the vanity?
repurposed furniture
distressed furniture
Unique weathered repurposed
furniture piece for sink
Vanity furniture...Repurposed Vanity
“floor” — christineross
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