Monday, June 8, 2015

Repurpose ordinary house items

When it comes to decorating our home we should always have our minds open to creative solutions. Sometimes what one thing is designed for serves better as something else. These little details and unique twists in using a piece give a refreshing, surprising take about one’s home. 

We share with you a few easy and innovative ways to use ordinary home items and fashion them into something better and new. 

1. Door knobs – Purchase a set of four to six pieces, no need to be new, and screw them onto a bathroom wall to hang your towels. They look better than the plastic hooks that one usually buys from the store. 


2. Ladders – Wooden ladders are great interesting pieces that you can use even as decor. Lean it against a wall in the bedroom, bathroom, or study, and use it to hang your magazines or towels. 


3. Kitchen paper towel holder – Use this to stack and organize your bracelets. Drill to the side of a vanity table or closet to have a hanging rod for your necklaces, ties and even scarves. 

4. Wine Racks – These, when hung in the bathroom, make for a beautiful display for your guests’ towels. 

5. Magazine racks – Use folder organizers to stow away your sandals and slippers in an orderly fashion. 


6. Kitchen olive oil bottles – If you happen to see these on sale, pick them up and transfer your mouthwash, shampoo, or even conditioner into these chic bottles. It instantly ups the ante in your bathroom design. 



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