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Don't turn your back on an old mattress. Hang a mattress spring on the wall for a one-of-a-kind, oversized message board.
Cottage-Style Display Shelf
When you think an item has no functionality, think again. A small, brightly colored stepladder on the wall to function as a display shelf and eye-pleaser
Salvaged Home Office
This home office is filled with items from the junkyard. Sawhorses make up the legs of the desk, a wood pallet works as the desktop and an old ladder provides the framework From: hgtv.com
A vintage headboard is given new life as a hanging rack. The designer painted the headboard white and attached a rack with hooks, transforming the headboard into a towel or coat rack for guests. From: hgtv.com
Repair: No Damage Here
Damaged furniture doesn't have to be thrown away. Marian Parsons suggests hiding imperfections on furniture with decoupage. She used aged sheets of music to hide imperfections on this neglected dresser, while also giving the all-white bedroom a shabby chic look. Other items great for decoupaging furniture are maps, book pages, letters and postcards. "The treatment will hide gouges, water marks, missing veneer and other signs of abuse on furniture," she says. Decoupaging furniture will also add dimension and distinct style to a room.From: hgtv.com