I’m always seeing something and saying to myself: Why on earth didn’t I think of that?
Flea market decorating is quite popular, and for good reason. You can find something cheap, then repurpose it for your home. I love repurposed hacks!
Let’s take a look at some very clever repurposed hacks I’ve discovered online.
I love this cute suitcase side table. Add wooden legs to wood and then attach it to the bottom of the suitcase. Instant side table!
It gives this bedroom a funky vintage vibe.
The industrial-style look is a hot commodity right now. And growing in popularity.
An old vintage box has been repurposed as a shelf to use in any space in your home.
Sedum and succulents are very in vogue. And so is the galvanized look. Coupled together this is a very nice potted plant display.
Got an old globe you no longer want? Remove the globe from its base and use the base to create a paper towel holder.
The fit is perfect and the look is fantastic in any style kitchen.
I love this DIY project with a metal cow attached to a board with stenciled wording added to it. Adorable! I especially love the cow sign.
This is such a cute project for spring. A painted muffin tin with spring-related objects that have been glued inside.
Hang it up and create a spring vignette to accent your wall project.
This repurposed project is a great budget storage piece. Vintage cake pans were used to DIY a tiered display piece.