2 stools (pic. below) are not sturdy enough to sit on, mostly decorative, need a new idea to repurpose and make them usefull..any ideas, like to include them in my patio setting..tks.
Commented 5 days ago
Like others, I have used unwanted stools for plant stands. I would cut the legs way down and
use one beside the bathtub to hold a book, reading glasses and maybe a cool drink while relaxing in said tub. They also make nice nightstands if you add a larger top, a small round table cloth would hide the finish and legs.
After two years of struggling with storage space in our existing pantry, we moved the pantry renovation to the top of our "Never ending honey-do-list". We started out with a common
looking pantry with utility wire shelving hidden behind a set of bi-fold doors. But after a little "sweat equity" we transformed the pantry into a custom built-in with adjustable wooden shelves, drawer sliders, and the best part of all, all of the storage that we could ask for! (We're also working on a series of tutorials where we share the plans of how we built the cabinet. Here's the first set of plans: http://www.thediyvillage.com/2013/05/build-a...) #BeforeandAfter#DIY#kitchenpantry
Commented on May 05, 2013
You did a great job. Wish I had a pantry so I could do this. I use a bookcase for a "pantry".
Does the job but don't look as nice as a regular pantry would. BTW, Marie S of Canada I live in a single-wide mobile home also. Maybe a bookcase would work for you if you have a spot for it.