Designer Brian Patrick Flynn canvassed garage and estate sales to find a mix of dining chairs that he then painted white and upholstered the seats in the same fabric for a unified look.
Trim the edges of the organizers at an angle.
Prefit shows step by step how to create a decorative bird bath out of an old kitchen sink.
Watch Prefit's Flea Market Flip to see how each team transforms their flea market finds into unbelievable creations.
Use an utility knife to cut a rectangle shape in the book.
Combine old dressers and tabletops to create a large workbench on a small budget.
Transform an old file cabinet into a storage rack for garden tools.
Greet your guests with upcycled decor made from old books and sisal rope. You'll need: vintage books with similar heights and widths; spool of 1-inch-thick sisal rope; utility knife; decorative ribbon; large letter stencils; pen; drill; 1/4-inch drill bit; scissors.
Display your one of a kind book planter on your desk.
Cut away the excess plastic bag.
Create tabletop trees from newspaper and cardboard boxes. To make these, you’ll need discarded cardboard, a utility knife, scissors, hot glue sticks and glue gun. Cut the cardboard boxes down into flat sheets and then roll each sheet into a conical. Next, cut the uneven cardboard along the bottom of the conical and keep both ends of the cardboard fastened together with hot glue. Next, cut newspaper into 4-inch strips and then fray the newspaper with scissors. Wrap each conical with the layers of frayed newspaper and then secure them in place with hot glue.
Apply mod podge to the side of the book.
Start by removing the doors from the cabinet so you can easily access the inside. Remove all of the shelves as well so you can give the back panel a fresh coat of paint.
Find an old cabinet or hutch. The bigger the better for maximum serving and storage space. Remove all items from the cabinet and move it into a space where you have plenty of room to work and paint.
This easy-to-build storage unit is a great way to upcycle old crates while creating a functional, one-of-a-kind piece for your home.
Storage is always an issue in small bathrooms. This quick and easy storage idea will solve that problem in no time flat!
Use an utility knife to clean up the edges.
Make It: Turn outgrown baby shoes into holiday ornaments by adding a four-inch section of rope or twine to the shoes' straps, and then tying two small knots to connect the pair. To hang securely, place one shoe on each side of a branch until they hang evenly.
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