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Results found for "repurpose"

  • Furniture:  Repurposed Redesigned Renewed, I'm into finding old pieces and reincarnating them, if you will, giving them a new lease on life...good for the earth and you get the sturday piece of furniture, but updated!  , Other Spaces Design

    Furniture: Repurpose...

    10 photos, 565 Views, Flag

  • Habitat for Humanity "White Room" Challenge, If you like Design Stars "White Room Challenge", you'll love Habitat for Humanity's version of it.  I created this room by repurposing, refinishing, reusing items from the local Habitat Restore for a Designer Charity Event., Home Offices Design

    Habitat for Humanity ...

    13 photos, 775 Views, Flag

  • Beachy Bath Retreat, Welcome to my beach retreat!  I don't have a beach house, so I created the feel in my bathroom.  A stroll on the beach collecting beach glass is my ultimate relaxation.  So, my beach glass collection was the inspiration for my personal "spa".  I used frosted glass mosaic as the accent for the walls.  On the floor is a tumbled marble mosaic with the frosted glass squares randomly scattered through out- just like finding glass on the beach!  The vanity is the piece de resistance.  The base is actually a sofa table and the counter top is custom concrete.  I was so lucky to find a local concrete artist who made my vision into a reality.  He created a work of art by incorporating glass from my collection into the concrete.  Take a look at the close ups, it's really breathtaking.  I smile every time I look at it!  The counter top really sets off the frosted glass vessel sink.  All of the metal is satin nickel., Bathrooms Design

    Beachy Bath Retreat

    9 photos, 2,140 Views, Flag

  • Chocolate Brown, Green and White Bedroom - Reuse / Repurpose, This room was done for a very sweet young girl with specific needs. It was important that her space be cozy and organized. Due to her conditions, it was imperative that we relocate a lot of the clutter/toys. 

In an effort to keep costs down, we re-purposed whatever items we could. 

After the room was finished, the little girl was able to stay in her room the entire night, and has ever since then. This made her parents very happy. You can view more photos at

, Bedrooms Design

    Chocolate Brown, Gre...

    10 photos, 6,369 Views, Flag

  • Rooster & Donkey, Kitchen Renovation of 1930's Tudor home, Kitchens Design

    Rooster & Donkey

    8 photos, 2,244 Views, Flag

  • (Budget) Kitchen Makeover - The "Nesting" Syndrome, These are before and after pictures of our 1930's kitchen. Our goal was to re-do the kitchen as quickly and inexpensively as possible since we were expecting our second child soon. I guess you can say the "nesting" bug hit home. Ultimately, we repainted the walls golden yellow (for there was not any time to rip out the brick!) and laid down sheets of MDF wood coated with polyurethane as flooring. I'm proud to say that our $30 floor gets the most compliments from our friends/family and has held up very well over the past 4 years. We extended the counter by re-purposing a desk my husband made by adding metal legs and a laminate top; it provides a great space for extra seating as well. Although it doesn't have all of the bells and whistles, it has worked to serve our needs over the years, but now we need a change! We need more prep work space and new cabinetry. Playing tug of war with wooden drawers that stick resulting in saw dust everywhere is no longer okay to overlook. Would love to reconfigure the space somehow;any suggestions?, Kitchens Design

    (Budget) Kitchen Mak...

    6 photos, 340 Views, Flag

  • My repurposed home office, My newly decorated home office.  The "desk" was my mom and dad's first kitchen table (1940), the curtains are feed sacks saved by grandmother (1925), the bookshelf was made out of explosive boxes by my grandfather for my mother 60 yrs ago, the small printer table was my great grandmothers, and the bed footboard was my grandmothers (1900), The metal box was from a dairy my dad worked for (1958), The cameras on the bookshelf were my moms and the marbles were my dads., Home Offices Design

    My repurposed home of...

    3 photos, 1,493 Views, Flag

  • No more parrots!, Repurposed vanity and medicine cabinet, new tile floors, pulled the parrots off the wall and covered up the floor to ceiling orange-yellow paint!, Bathrooms Design

    No more parrots!

    4 photos, 601 Views, Flag

  • Retro Pink Disaster to Old World Master, This 1962 bath was a mess of pink and tan tile with pink butterfly stickers in the tub, a bulky medicine cabinet with doors that either stuck or threatened to fall off, cheap laminate countertop and a lot of mildewed water damage from a leaky shower in a second bathroom that backed up to it.  With only $500 in materials, and creative repurposing of accessories from elsewhere in the house, this guest bath radiates a warm, old world attitude that welcomes any traveler., Bathrooms Design

    Retro Pink Disaster t...

    10 photos, 1,282 Views, Flag

  • Whimsy with repurpose., this space is the main living area in our house. Most of the furniture was found in local resale shops.  I am always on the hunt for something to repurpose.  This is still a work in progress as we have just moved in in October, but I think I have good start!, Living Rooms Design

    Whimsy with repurpos...

    10 photos, 252 Views, Flag

  • Antique Pantry Repurpose, I found an old painted cabinet on Craigslist for twenty five dollars. I updated it by replacing the "trim" at the top with a narrow crown from scraps laying around, painted it a medium dark brown using left over paint, used a little left over walnut colored waterbased stain to give it a faux wood look, then added some lefrtover anaglypta wallpaper in the panels antiquing them with the above mentioned stain for added interest. Considering all materials used were left overs this was a very inexpensive project for storing some of my fabric.  , Other Spaces Design

    Antique Pantry Repurp...

    3 photos, 463 Views, Flag

  • "VIDEO"  Small things, This video shows you how to use what you have. Its fun and creative! take a look!, Other Spaces Design

    "VIDEO" Small thin...

    1 photo, 117 Views, Flag

  • 600 Dollar Throw Away House Front Garden, I bought this house for 600 dollars October 2009. , Gardens Design

    600 Dollar Throw Awa...

    39 photos, 10,763 Views, Flag

  • Quick Guest Bath Makeover - Total Cost: $240 - Chocolate Brown, Blue & Tan, I helped a friend makeover her guest bath. We went shopping for items while we were out running errands. There were a lot of challenges in the space, not to mention the tight budget - Dated pickled finish vanity and wall cabinet, chrome faucet with acrylic handles, mismatched fixtures and accessories, taste specific (feminine) light fixture, existing white and light blue tiles, lack of warmth or cohesiveness.

We were able to complete the makeover in one day and surprise her husband when he returned home from work. He loved it - especially when he found out it only cost $240.

For more design inspiration for the budget conscious, feel free to check out
, Bathrooms Design

    Quick Guest Bath Mak...

    10 photos, 9,149 Views, Flag

  • Making room for the big TV, This was a custom bookcase/cabinet attached to a wall in our basement.  We didn't want to remove it all because of the expense.  We love movie nights and have tons of DVDs & wanted to make room for Dad's new 60 inch TV :), Basements Design

    Making room for the b...

    3 photos, 368 Views, Flag

  • Unused living room repurpose, My living room was being used maybe twice a year.  We desperately needed an office space and a little more of a foyer entrance.  My solution was pretty simple actually.  I placed a new desk in the area and gifted the furniture to someone who could use the loveseats. , Home Offices Design

    Unused living room rep...

    2 photos, 885 Views, Flag

  • I just "a door" my jewelry collection, Here is my jewelry display, made with an old salvaged barn door and reclaimed knobs., Bedrooms Design

    I just "a door" my jew...

    1 photo, 467 Views, Flag

  • Cat's Perch, The steps are there becasue that's the head space for the staircase beneath.   That's how we come up the narrow stairs to our front door.  So lucky for me  it  became a prime spot for people watching reading and even napping..., Living Rooms Design

    Cat's Perch

    2 photos, 126 Views, Flag

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