As the age-old proverb goes,’ Old is gold,’ it is advisable not to throw away the old stuff that you have, and rather acknowledge the value and importance of them by various modes of repurposing and reusage.
Let’s take care of the vintage kinds of stuff of your grandparents, parents, and even what we had in our childhood. Old stuff never becomes a waste, but with increasing time, it becomes even more precious in their value. It’s time to preserve them in a way that they become bold and stylish home décor.
No matter what your base home design is, from antic, rustic to contemporary, or eclectic, this article will let you know about some ideas to repurpose your old items and convert them into décor suited to all sorts of designs.
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Do not throw away those old vintage wine bottles. Rather, use them as lamp fixtures and holders. You can use the caps as small bulbs holders or the upper half as hanging fixtures. With the rustic greenish, brown look, these reinvented lamp holders will give your corners a 70’s grunge feel.
You can also suspend many bottles with a light fixed inside them on a string and place them over the dining table. It will bring in the bold perfect intimate warm affection that you look for in every friend and family gathering.
For all those old wooden crates that lay behind in the attic or garage, it is the perfect time to recycle them. Get all the wooden crates and mount them against the walls for DIY floating shelves. You can display your books on the shelves or anything you want to keep. This idea is not only aesthetically beautiful and captivating but also quite economical. You can save a ton from not buying glass shelves and cupboards and by just refurbishing those old crates.
Not only shelves, but you can also make TV stand, and bed-side makeshift tables with these rustic and unique crates.
Another unique yet beautiful home décor idea is to reframe old window panes and restore them as decorating pieces. They will be a unique and distinctive feature of your homes, ready to adorn the walls.
You can also place them as room dividers. Save up some space by not placing doors between rooms and just putting an old window frame there. This can be easily done in the case of the dining-living room or even kitchen-dining space.
Out of money just when you were thinking of covering up the floors? Or don’t want to spend much time behind them? Don’t worry as you can easily convert some double bed mattresses into rugs. The only thing you need to do is to stitch them in an eye-catching and fluffy cover. That’s it! Your attractive yet money-saving rug will be made in no time!
The most important thing while redesigning is to be creative. Let your imaginations run wild and make use of the tiniest thing available to you. Be innovative in your ideas and bring them into shape. You can remodel an old sewing machine into a small stock that will hold your cutlery and tissues or an old ladder as a clothes hanger. Just be careful not to throw away anything, and get your remodeled, bold home just within a short span.