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It is amazing that a such tiny closet in an old house can be transformed into such a bright and beautiful farmhouse bathroom.
See how we turned a battered old dresser into a fab new living room sideboard.
Upcycle an old piece of furniture into a dog bed nightstand. We'll show you how.
These home organization ideas all involve repurposed cabinet hardware.
Wooden crates, decorative metal sheets, and paint are all you need! We'll show you how to make these Christmas decorations.
This beautiful hall tree is great for organizing coats, hats and boots, and it's an attractive piece of furniture, too. See how you make one for your hallway with our step-by-step instructions.
This DIY bathroom vanity has a fun twist-- it's made from a repurposed desk. It's surprisingly easy to make the conversion, too. Spruce up the desk with a new coat of paint, cut a hole for the sink, and you pretty have your bathroom vanity ready to install. We used a new desk with a cool mission-style look, but you could just as easily convert an old desk from a thrift store to create a vanity in whatever style suites your decor.
This DIY bar cart was originally an occasional table that was found at a salvage antiques store. All it took was a little imagination and some hardware to repurpose it into a beautiful beverage cart! Finding an old vintage piece to breathe new life into can be just as fun as the project themselves.
New hardware and paint transform a plain dresser into a work of art. We'll show you how easy it is to do.
Giving new life to an old piece of wooden furniture is as easy as adding a new coat of paint and new cabinet hardware. It might be hard to believe the gorgeous wooden chest you see above started off as the neglected trunk you see below, but the furniture makeover was really quite simple.
Make your own jewelry organizer using a salvaged drawer and an assortment of hardware. Use our step-by-step tutorial to make this perfect gift for yourself or a friend.
When I dreamed up that perfect coffee table, you know what? It looked an awful lot like the spare desk I had in the next room. The more I shopped, the more I kept thinking about that desk-- how it was the perfect finish (painted in a flat black and waxed to perfection), the perfect size (about 4 x 2), and certainly the right price!