“Pin-spiration” is a new term I’ve been seeing a lot lately. Pintrest is yet another social networking site that allows you to create virtual pin boards of absolutely anything that fits your fancy. Check out my Pin boards here. Did I mention I am obsessed with it? I can spend hours perusing the site.
Here are some great repurposed pin-spiration ideas I pulled off this addictive site.
Maps are the stylish craze these days! Better Homes and Garden repurposed a globe into a bowl by adhering (what looks like, or could be) a candlestick to make an interesting centerpiece.
Good Housekeeping displayed this cute outdoor side table made out of four window shutters and a glass top.
This one is fantastic! Curbly.com repurposed an old filing cabinet into a rolling kitchen cart. It serves several purposes including kitchen storage and cutting board… genius!
What girl wouldn’t like this to show off a collection of shoes! Check out these shelves turned beautiful display case. (Photo source unknown)
This may be my favorite and DEFINITELY my style. It’s an old barn door turned sliding bathroom door. (Photo source unknown)
Another idea for repurposing old rustic doors is using two as headboards as pictured below. (Photo source unknown)
Greenisuniversal.com has this creative tutorial for repurposing old belts and weaving them into a vintage aluminum lawn chair.
And last but not least (ok, maybe). Unfortunately, not all designs work out. Although it was initially a good idea, this repurposed Nintendo game console was repurposed into a lunch box and posted on failblog.com… at least they tried!
The Nintendo lunchbox was posted on failblog.com as a WIN. Look at the bottom left hand corner.
Hey Marissa! I see… hey, I’d TOTALLY use it. Thanks for pointing that out!