7 Wonderful Old Furniture Hacks

It’s a great feeling when you take a piece of old furniture and upcycle it into something useful around your home. Here are some great ideas to make your place look great and be more organized or practical.

#1 French Door Coat Hanger

Turn an old glass french door in to a beautiful picture frame and coat hanger. A little paint and a few hooks and hanging hardware and you all set.

Old door - coat hanger

Project source: cheap-goose.blogspot.com



#2 Lego Play Station

Turn an old end table into a Lego play and storage center for the kids!

end table-lego-storage-ideas

Check out this awesome idea at http://fussymonkeybiz.blogspot.com/2013/07/lego-table.html


#3 Dresser Storage Shelves

Before the trash man gets there grab that old dresser you neighbor is tossing away and show them what an awesome re-purposing job you did with it.


A great idea from spoonfulofimagination.com


#4 Ladder Towel Rack

Before you toss the old wooden ladder you found out in the shed, it will make a nice towel rack for you country bathroom or out by the pool.


A wonderful and simple idea from listotic.com


#5 Garage Tool Crib

So you are done with that old file cabinet in the office, think about making it a tool crib for the garage. With a little paint and a few other parts from the hardware store you can keep all your gardening tools and more organized and ready to go.

file cabinet to tool crib

Find step by step guidance at blog.tttreasure.com


#6 A Beautiful Garden Bench

Now that you replaced the old dining room set, you can re-purpose the chairs in to this fabulous garden bench with a few dollars in wood, paint and fabric.

Garden Bench

Thank You, An Oregon Cottage for this wonderful idea.


#7 This Old Door

After installing a new door on the bedroom closet, take that door and make an awesome entry tree for the foyer. This one will take a little extra work, but will look great and feel great too when it is done.

Hall Tree

An awesome idea from taylored4tx.com

Have a fun time if you decide to tackle and of these great DIY projects.






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