When furniture is past it’s prime and headed to the curb or thrift store, repurposing opens the door for making something entirely new out of the old and outdated.
Take dated headboards for example. Too low to the floor for newer beds, they are a great option for coat racks and chalkboards.
Discarded cabinet doors and drawer fronts from old dressers are also a great option for coat racks and chalkboards. The same may be done with old chairs!
Just add paint, glaze, and distressing to any of these pieces, and the endless options of color provide a one-of-a-kind look in your home!
For more inspiration, visit our Repurposed Wall Pieces collection.