Tool Tips: 4 Ways to Repurpose Old Furniture
With summer in full swing, what better way to take advantage of the longer, warmer days than by some good old-fashioned DIY? Before throwing away your outdated furniture, check out these repurposing DIY tips below, and break out those power tools today!
Repurpose: Hutch to Bar
Do you have an old hutch that is more of an eyesore than it is useful? Have you been itching to add the perfect little bar to your man cave? With a reciprocating saw, wood, paint, and a little determination, your dream bar can become a reality. Click the link below for step-by-step instructions:
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Transform an old shelf or nightstand into a kids’ toy workbench, complete with a place to hang all their tools. Add character by painting with your child’s favorite color and you’ve got a place for hours of fun and creativity.
Repurpose: Pallet to Patio Bar
This isn’t exactly furniture, but a lot of the times wood pallets come into our possession and we don’t know all of their possible uses. Patio bars can be pricey, but with a few wooden pallets, a saw, and a power drill, you can have one of your own for the fraction of the price.
Are you up for the challenge? Click the link below to find step-by-step instructions: http://www.instructables.com/id/Pallet-Patio-Bar-with-Concrete-Top/
Repurpose: Mini Fridge to Wooden Cooler
Do you have a mini fridge that has died on you recently? Don’t pitch it just yet; in a few simple steps your old mini fridge could become a sleek outdoor cooler. Click the link below to find step-by-step instructions:
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