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Reuse Recycle Repurpose
-Flooring is no longer just for floors. Why not install your flooring on the ceiling for a decorative motif?
-The concept of the “accent” wall might not just be for a splash of colorful paint. Consider mounting different stained floorboards on the wall to create an accent.
-Interesting headboards are all the rage. Take some flooring and design your own headboard for your master bedroom.
-Doors can be used for many different things around the house; sever toss an old door out. You can create a tabletop out of the door and just attach your own pedestal or legs, for example.
-Use chalkboard paint in the center panel of the door then mount it on the wall near an entry. Then you can place a side board in front and you’ve got a great hall tree with a to-do list built in.
-You can always use the door as a door, but instead of hanging it on hinges, hang it on a slider above the door frame – so hip.
-Shutters can be used for a number of cool things around the house. You can place one in your garden and use it as a climbing planter, for one.
-How about hanging a shutter horizontally and adding some hooks to make a coat rack?
-Another interesting use of a horizontal shutter is wall shelving in your closet; it’s so much more interesting than regular old shelves.
-Windows can be re-purposed all around your home from the kitchen to the bathroom; this is especially true if you add some reflective glass to the panes and make a window into a mirror.
-Once again, windows could be designed into a decorative headboard for your master bedroom.
-If you had many windows, you could even build your own greenhouse just from windows.
-Bricks add a really interesting industrial look to a home. Why not use bricks to create a visually appealing floor in your entryway or sunroom?
-Individual bricks can also be recycled and used a planters along a walkway or even as a little pen holder on your desk.
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