At The Little Moments, Amy Jo created a sweet sign for her home by using several things she already had on hand: a vintage, glass doorknob, a cabinet door, and her craft cutting machine.
Over at The Salvaged Boutique, Kathy tells us, “Last year I was dressed in a suit, heels on, make up done, good hair day. And then I drove by a neighbor’s house and saw farm tools, antiques AND furniture…curbside for garbage day!”
“When I saw a plastic sandwich box that was just the right size for my sock drawer, I knew it was time to organize socks in my daughter’s sock drawer,” says Susan at Organized 31.
After Carolyn of Desire Empire had this tea trolley in her possession for over a year, she finally got up enough courage to give it a makeover. “The thought of the work involved daunted me,” she confesses.
Dawn Nicole from Designed by Dawn Nicole gives her husband all the credit for figuring out what to do with the dresser-less set of drawers that had been sitting in their garage for months. One day he asked her, “Do you want me to add legs so you can grow your herbs in them?”
Amanda from A Piece of Rainbow really, really, loves pallet wood. “I think wooden pallets are like Cinderella, they are beautiful no matter in a dumpster, or being transformed into thousand dollar furniture,” she says. “The natural variations of the wood, the stamps & nail holes, the little and big imperfections, are all gorgeous.”
Mindy blogs at My Love 2 Create. She recently completed a project using salvaged wood to help her sister with some laundry room organization.