See how easy it is to turn an old rake into such a handy glass holder! Nothing at all – wash the iron part of the rake, whose handle is broken, and attach it to the wall. A bow and flowers are possible as decor. Ideal for outdoor dining areas, gazebos, verandas.
The second life of old musical instruments: a designer chandelier made of leaky drums, very spacious grand piano shelves, storage space for photos and little things in the guitar. In this case, of course, you will have to make more efforts, but the result is impressive, and the instruments dear to your heart remain in the house..
The child has grown up, and a small bed with reliable protective walls is no longer needed? Of course, you can sell it or give it to friends who have become happy parents. And if these options do not suit you, remove one of the walls and turn the crib into an attractive bench on the terrace or in the garden. Or you can leave it in the nursery, turning it into a convenient corner for creativity – for this you just have to raise and redo the bottom of the crib.
An old ladder and stepladder can be a very convenient place to store garden tools, for example. Or a shelf stand with unusual flower pots made from dishes. Interestingly, in Scandinavia, stepladders and stairs are often used as a bedside table, fixing a lamp and hanging clothes on the rungs.
An old bike does not have to be scrapped either, because it can decorate a garden bed. In the second case, the owners went even further, turning the bike into a sink stand in the bathroom. Imagine how surprised guests are when they first see such an attribute in the bathroom.!
We presented a selection of tools and houses for cats that you can do yourself. Another example is a cozy bed made of an old stretched sweater. Your pet will definitely not be cold on such a knitted bed..