After six years, Karen from Desert Chica Ramblings still found her master bedroom lacking a headboard. Her husband came up with a solution using a couple of cabinet doors he’d rescued before they ended up in the dumpster.
Amidst a big project, Faye from MacGIRLver needed a little “instant gratification” and decided to spruce up a chair she originally had no intention of keeping. Plain. Brown. Nothing to get too excited about.
We all know that Goodwill is cheap, but this find from Lisa at Recaptured Charm takes the cake! I can only imagine her amazement when she saw the 99 cent price tag on this wood coffee table. Yep, 99 cents!
Tired of having just a metal bed frame pushed up against the wall in her master bedroom, Kristen from My Covered Bridge headed to her local reuse store to find something to turn into a headboard. That something ended up being an old door.
Gail from My Repurposed Life had these four plastic chairs that were looking downright sad and dingy. I know you are no stranger to these chairs and probably have some sitting on your patio right now, looking just as sad and dingy as Gail’s.
Jamie from C.R.A.F.T. was tired of staring at a big blank wall and started to brainstorm ideas for inexpensive wall décor. Thoughts of hula hoops, garden hoses, and paint chips all swirled through her brain before a friend came up with the perfect solution – baskets!
This time of year I know we are all on the lookout for inexpensive ways to celebrate the change in season and upcoming holidays without spending a lot. Bonnie from Crafting a Green World created an eco-friendly paper pumpkin using book pages.
Elise, creator of the popular doily design chair shared here on RR, is back with another one of her rescues. She got this vintage 1980’s standing lamp from a friend about a year ago. As you can see from the bottom half, it was originally purple.
You may remember the aqua tequila bottle and tin can that Shannon from Fox Hollow Cottage blinged out with jewelry this summer. They got a lot of love over here on Roadkill Rescue. Well, after that lovely repurpose, Shannon still had tin cans aplenty that were patiently awaiting their makeovers.
Instead of living with a bunch of blank walls staring at her, Ashley from Design Build Love has found ways to create her own wall art for much less than store-bought prices. For one such project, Ashley upcycled a pile of scrap wood that had been sitting in her garage.
Tami from Curb Alert! found this old television on the curb. The sound of loose, jangling pieces inside were a pretty good indication that it no longer worked. The TV became a set prop at Tammy’s church, and then she found another unexpected function for it.