Using a thrift store chandelier, you can make this rope wrapped candelabra. Instead of candles, you could use solar lights. See more ideas for chandeliers while visiting this tutorial
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I’ve done a lot of succulent planters, and a lot of repurposed chandeliers, but this is my first succulent planter repurposed chandelier! It’s the second Wednesday of the month, so this project is my contribution to the Thrift Store Decor Team challenge. Be sure to check out all the other great ideas at the…
This fun and easy repurposed chandelier project is perfect for your porch or patio. Solar lights have changed a lot, and easily charge in shady areas. Hang this from a tree, shepherd’s hook or your porch. It will make you smile every night as it adds a special ambiance to your outdoor space.
This awesome collection of lamps, chandeliers, lights and more will show you why you should never pass up a good deal on any light fixture at the flea market or thrift store.
I married a free chandelier with a thrift store floor lamp to make this unique and fun garden or patio light. I’m sharing all kinds of tips and tricks to complete your own project. This is a very versatile project, you could even use candles or flameless candles. This is the monthly Thrift Store Decor Project, so hop over to see what my blogger friends have been up to.
Hi all, it’s Joan from Scavenger Chic. Do you ever have one of those projects where nothing seems to go quite as planned? Where all those pictures inside your head don’t seem to quite translate to reality. Well this project was definitely that project. Every time I thought I had a great idea, I had…
See Chandelier Projects Here If you’re looking for more projects, how about these repurposed lamps.
I love repurposed chandelier projects. This is the first modern chandelier I’ve gutted to turn into a romantic candelabra. Each chandelier is different, but this post will show you how I achieved this look for no money. Repurposed Chandelier – a Yard Sale Find Do you remember this…
When I did my kitchen makeover, I decided I wanted a chandelier. I picked this up somewhere, I really don’t remember where. To project the sockets, I taped it up with some ScotchBlue™ painter’s tape. I then primered it and painted it white. That was in February, and I can’t find any pictures of it…
I don’t have a before picture of this chandelier, but it was your typical shiny brass. I took out the electrical guts, spray painted it with primer, and then spray painted it black. I bought this beaded ribbon on clearance at Hancock for 70% off. I used E-6000 to glue the ribbon onto the…
Whether your looking for repurposed shutter projects, or projects made from a bi-fold door, I’ve got you covered. For a long time, I was unable to find decent window shutters at a price I could afford. But, then it occurred to me that the bi-fold doors I was finding FREE on the curb worked equally…
This collection of repurposed cabinet door project ideas is perfect for all skill levels. There’s something for everyone, home decor, building and more. What will you make out of your cabinet door?
I have a super collection of repurposed drawer projects for you. Many of them are so easy, you can be done in an hour or so. I find drawers are easily orphaned–drawers from kitchens, dressers and more! What kind of drawer do you have laying around?
You know I love any and all solar light ideas! Repurposed Floor Lamps as Solar Lights are so easy to do. Sometimes they last long enough that they get a makeover on a makeover! That’s what this month’s Thrift Store Decor project is about. I repainted the floor lamp base and the solar light to spruce up the backyard camper retreat.
I picked up a brass vanity light at the ReStore in Nashville while visiting my grandson a few weeks ago. I got a great deal on it and decided to paint it and repurpose for the backyard camper retreat. I will be adding solar lights, but so far I’m not loving how it’s turning out.
So many planter ideas to inspire you for Spring and Summer planting! Are you ready for Spring and getting your flowers planted in fun and unique planters? Build your own, or find something around your home to repurpose into that perfect planter to use as a conversation piece.
This bench made from a door is a perfect weekend project. You can have it built and painted in just a couple of days. I’m sharing some things that didn’t quite work for me as well as the easiest way ever to quickly paint this project!
After months of feeling like this former floor lamp was mocking me, I finally figured out what it wanted to be! A Welcome Porch Post! Lots of tips and tricks that I learned along the way, including how NOT to mix up homemade chalk paint. Yikes!
This is the post you’ve been waiting for all year! The numbers are in, and I’m sharing the top posts of the past year. In addition, I’ve also collected the most popular projects from 2019. The best thing about repurposed furniture? It’s timeless. It’s not going out of style anytime soon.
I have put together the best collection of fun & frugal pet projects for you to copy. Tutorials included for everything. Some projects are so easy, you could complete them in just an hour or so. Projects for cats & dogs. What will YOU make?
You will love these repurposed bed and crib ideas. They’re all about the kids! How to make kids’ projects out of old beds, headboards, and cribs. Maybe you already have your child’s old bed or crib? no? They are so readily available at thrift stores, flea markets and yard sales.
Being the second Wednesday of the month means that it’s time for our Thrift Store Decor Team challenge. My friends never disappoint. They are so clever and crafty. Be sure to check out their awesome projects. This is one of your favorite days here on My Repurposed Life. Let me know what your favorite project is, k?
Thank you so much for your continued support of our weekly Talk of the Town party! The party has a new look. Isn’t it fabulous? So many great features for you week in and week out thanks to all the fabulous items shared each week!
And… we’re back with a new edition of Talk of the Town. It’s #176 We’ve picked our features, are you one of them? We so much appreciate you sharing your recipes and projects each week.
I love a great crib repurpose, and I don’t like having an outdoor eyesore like a gas meter. While doing my backyard makeover, everything was looking so nice that I just had to cover the gas meter. It’s nearly impossible to cover all of the things that hang on your house, but if you give your guests “pretty” options, they’re less likely to notice the other necessities of being a homeowner.
As a lover of wind chimes and one that doesn’t like to throw things away, of course I decided to save this old gal. Some wind chimes need a little more work than others, but I can’t imagine me ever throwing one out instead of repairing it. Do you have an old wind chime that needs some TLC?
I’ve put together a great collection of over 35 picture frame ideas for home decor and more! Picture frames are everywhere, and I’m thinking you probably have at least 3-5 laying around your home somewhere needing a new purpose. Hop over to see all the fabulous transformations from My Repurposed Life and friends.
I’ve put together a collection of over 65 chalkboard project ideas from My Repurposed Life and friends. Even a beginner can make some of these chalkboard projects. Hop over to be inspired to make something one day soon!
I’m taking a look back on my favorite upcycled projects and Home Reno DIY ideas from last year. Choosing only one a month was really difficult. There are a couple of home reno DIY projects, plus a few crafts thrown in. I hope you find something to inspire you to DIY in the new year….
Keeping kids organized can be quit challenging, and expensive! These repurposed furniture items will not only keep the kids organized, they won’t break the bank. Many items are easily found from family, friends, or maybe even in your own attic or basement.
It was really tough choosing this week’s features. So many great recipes and DIY projects! I hope you find inspiration in the featured projects and recipes. Which is your favorite?
Have you ever wanted to know how to make a coffee pot lamp? With these step by step directions and a little patience you can repurpose a thrift store coffee pot in no time! Repurposed Vintage Coffee Pot Lamp Do you remember this coffee pot I just had to have? If you’re new around…
How to glaze painted furniture–full of tips I’ve learned along the way. I spent years looking for a way to stop waxing and buffing chalk painted furniture. Now I do it all in one easy step. I love the hint of antiquing the glaze gives to all colors of painted furniture. Red paint, blue, and especially white painted furniture will look beautiful with this Smoked Glaze!
Welcome to My Repurposed Life-The best place to learn how to repurpose furniture, turning trash into treasure! This START HERE page will give you just what you need to know about My Repurposed Life. Click PLAY on the video below to get a quick introduction . . . Now that you have a…
Talk of the Town #127 is up and ready to inspire you! If you have something to share, we’d love for you to link up your project or your recipe. Please note there are two linkups. One for DIY and such, and the other is strictly for recipes. Do share!
I did a long overdue bedroom makeover. Small updates can make a big change in a room. After laying the new laminate floor and building the wall to wall closet I was ready to call it done. Even though it still needed a few tweaks. I’m calling it
I have a collection of DIY Tray Ideas to inspire your creativity. These 16 creative DIY wooden tray project ideas will show you new ways to use your serving trays. Wooden trays are not just for serving drinks and food. Pin IT! Easy DIY Trays Here’s a simple tray project- Add yardsticks to existing…
Talk of the Town is back after taking a break for the holidays last week. Did you miss us? Yummy recipes and fun diy projects. What is your favorite feature?
We’re looking back over the most popular projects from 2017. How does a blogger figure out their most popular posts? We use Google Analytics. Over the last year, many of the most popular posts (according to GA) are older projects from years past. I weeded out those and I’m only sharing the most popular from this past year. Which is your favorite? Did it make the cut?
This past year was a busy one for the Thrift Store Decor team. 100 project ideas just for you! Surely there’s something you missed in this huge collection of thrift store decor projects. I wonder which one you will try?