20 People Who Upcycled Old Stuff And Gave Their Home A Dazzling Look

20 People Who Upcycled Old Stuff And Gave Their Home A Dazzling Look

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Thinking about changing your home vibes but you’re stuck with a budget? Remember that you can always use what you have and with a little bit of DIYs, you’ll get some really stunning furniture without paying much! It’s really about choosing the right color and materials with a texture that makes the room looks classy, elegant, yet, still budget-friendly!

Above all, these people used their old furniture, even an old wardrobe, into their furniture!

Lost a lot of weight, but didn’t want to throw out all my wardrobe. So, 11 leggings, 9 tank tops, 1 top, and (part of) one skirt repurposed into a rug.

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Not paying for expensive spices shelf. Instead, my boyfriend made this from old bed slats and I reuse jars for mustard and jam.

emmabovary238

Both of our children used this crib for the first 2.5 years of their lives. Trying to get another 5 years out of it!

thepixarlamplala

Painted it because I didn’t like black. It brightens up the space!

meldahh

Protip, throw hairpin legs on any piece of wood to instantly upgrade your furniture.

billbrobaggins

Turned this wooden chair into art.

_NITRISS_

Made a lamp out of old stacking toys.

whynotmakeprojects

My chair renovation that cost only $25. The chairs themselves were free.

cultureShocked5

This superb mirror upgrade made of plastic spoons.

SparkeeVee

We made a coffee table from old piano frames.

trinity_lee

Vintage vibe couch made out of a bathtub.

Project_1nth

Wood with resin coating for bathroom upgrade.

JonnyAps

Got a table off the curb, spent $4 worth of rope and glue and 3 hours later.

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Used $11.99 roll of adhesive paper.

SkippingLittleStones

A makeshift drawer made from old suitcases of mine.

KeegsFish

From 44-gallon steel drums into new set of furniture.

SolarCell

My neighbor build a greenhouse from salvaging windows and doors. Neat!

kazzmere

Made an infinity mirror coffee table with programmable 600 LEDs.

Procupine

Roommates thought the stains are permanent, so I proved them wrong in my boredom.

ghostof-nothing

This priceless $12 penny sink.

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