The month of organization. The month when we all start pull out old tupperware lids and
mismatched bowls and plates and an occasional salt and ketchup packet from Wendy's.It can be overwheming.If you just want to make a small change, instead. Why not organize with these fun spoon handles instead? You can stamp them and hang them in under 30 minutes! And so much more fun than a cabinet full of mismatched lids! #MyKitchen
Unfortunately we don't have a separate space for a playroom so we have changed our formal dinning room into our playroom. It's a much better use of space for our family. The only problem
is that it's the first room you see when you walk in. And I was sick of seeing all those toys. So I am in the process of trying to make the room look a bit better. I painted the room and have been trying to add inexpensive diy stuff back into the room. My favourite part of the room is the egg basket light I found at an antique store and turned into an overhead light. #Love2Repurpose
Dresser drawers can hold more than t-shirts and tube socks. Instead of tossing an old, worn-out dresser or passing on a shabby thrift-store find, transform it! With a little creativity, your dresser can easily become a baby-changing table, a kitchen island and even a flower garden. Plus, dressers offer storage solutions for small spaces. Here are five great dresser-transformation ideas.
1) Bench. If you remove the top of the dresser
and all of the drawers, you're left with a perfectly sized seat. Add plywood and some cushions, and you're ready to sit!
More ideas: https://brightnest.com/todos/upcycle-your-dr...