One of the stuff which once upon a time had much utility for us but is now rendered to be useless is the old furniture. Time has passed and people’s preferences have changed. The furniture which was once considered to be the pride of our house is now treated to be a junk. We are too keen to find out ways to get rid of them.
Trust us, inducing a bit of life in them can help to get back the spark it once had. A little effort can transform any old furniture into a designer sample, hard to recognize. No doubt, recycling wooden furniture is indeed a cool thing to do. Few best ideas of transforming your old furniture are stated below.
Update your old dresser by painting it with some bright colors. Repaint the forgotten dresser with some bright pinkish shade which offers a playful look and suits best in the kid’s room. Kids can even use it to write or draw their imaginations, thus saving the walls from unexpected scribbling.
Not only the furniture but even the old mattress can be used in combination with the furniture to enhance the beauty of your interiors. The old mattress can be hung over the over-sized old message board. Just make sure to clean all rust with a wire brush from the mattress’s spring. Use some cloth pins to hold up unique messages, thus rendering the structure a vintage look.
We are often left with numerous materials after remodeling a kitchen. You can decorate the fireplace mantel with the unused cabinet doors. These doors can also be used to cover or hide a hole on your TV. Just paint the furniture with a colour matching the mantel. You can also put some decorative candles or plate over it.
Create A Home Office
A home office can be easily created by using some junk furniture. Use the old wooden pallet as the desktop or the ladder to create the framework. The wooden pallets and storage units can also act as back support or a shelving unit offering you more storage space. Interior Architects of Kolkata often fills these shelves with uniquely designed vintage objects to offer it a rustic look.
The most ordinary tea tin can be transformed into the most stylish container to store stationery goods just by using the chalkboard paints. Apply a coat of chalkboard paint and top with a layer of primer on the tea tin. Do some creative work by labeling the contents inside with a chalk.
Decoupage Damaged Furniture
Stop throwing away your damage furniture and hid the imperfection with decoupage. For example, a sheet of music can be used to hide the imperfection on the long-neglected dresser. There are other items also which you can be used for decoupaging, like maps, letters, postcard, or book pages.
This being said it’s time to recycle your old furniture and make the most of it.