Rhonda rescued this magazine rack through a Facebook swap page and blogged about it over at Home.Made. When she got it, Rhonda says that, "It was brown and dusty with little gnaw marks from some (hopefully domestic) critter."
At Homespun with Love, a dining room chandelier was getting a little too brassy for its homeowners. "We looked for some time trying to find a reasonably priced replacement that would suit our decor taste, but try we did with no luck."
At her blog, Love Grows Wild, Liz has been sharing her patio makeover. One of the things she did to make the space feel more like a room was to hang some artwork on an exterior wall. Since the art would be outdoors, Liz decided to upcycle some old decor to create something she wouldn't feel bad about exposing to the elements.
Dean and Shannon blog at AKA Design. Recently, they shared the evolution of one piece of furniture in their home. I think it's a great example of how creative thinking can keep just about any item in your home from going curbside.
Over at The Bold Abode, Gwen has been frustrated by the number of things piling up on her bathroom counter. She needed something to help corral the chaos. While more built in cabinetry is what she's dreaming of in the future, an old drawer that Gwen found gave her an idea for something she could manage in the here and now.
What I am about to show you is probably the ultimate repurposing project. Gail, from My Repurposed Life, started out with the inspiration to turn an old bedside table into a cute little play kitchen. But using a single castaway piece of furniture wasn't enough for this veteran Rescuer.....
Brian of Fool4Peppers tells me that he found this headboard in his neighbor's trash. He's transformed a few headboards into benches already, so he was definitely ready to go to work on another bench with this one.
Jamie blogs at Anderson + Grant. Recently, she rescued this old metal medicine cabinet from her grandmother's garage. It's size and shape reminded her of a message center she'd seen in the pages of a Pottery Barn Catalog.
"My husband and I repurposed an old dresser into a tool chest and ended up with 6 drawers left over," Allison of The Golden Sycamore explains. "And since I’ve started blogging, I’ve become a hoarder and can’t throw anything out! So, I knew I had to find a way to reuse them!"
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