Old cabinet doors, discarded mirrors, and dated head and foot boards all have the potential of being repurposed and made into something new.
With paint, glaze and distressing, they can take on an entirely new look, while also serving a whole new purpose.
An old dresser mirror can take on a new life for any entryway.
Discarded cabinet doors can become chalkboards, key chain holders, and coat racks.
Headboards and footboards are also great options for coat racks, adding a great pop of character to a hall way, with practical functionality not only for coats, but beach towels as well.
Oh, and don’t leave out drawer fronts from old dressers. They make great coat racks as well, or chalk boards!
For more ideas on how you can repurpose your old furniture, visit our Repurposed Wall Pieces album.