Learn how to upcycle a cot bed into a garden bench. Save money by transforming something you already own into summery garden furniture! Includes paint recommendations and instructions for the seat covers and ties.
Learn how to create a DIY shadowbox as part of this coffee table makeover tutorial from Marie Webster of Chic and Shabulous. Upcycle your worn and dated coffee table into something fabulous where you can display sentimental items!
Bumper list of 47 ideas for upcycled and repurposed planters. From chair planters, to paint cans, doll’s heads, coolers and even cake tins!
Learn how to upcycle a brown wood dressing table into a teal and gold art deco statement piece for your home. Get pro tips from a professional furniture flipper in this guest blog by Imogen Aitchison of Coco & Clementine!
Old boots as a garden planter – It’s a classic upcycle and if you are new to all of this then its an easy and satisfying way to start.
Two methods for upcycling your broken chairs into DIY Chair Planters! Add some character and fun to your garden this summer by repurposing your old junk!
How to make a DIY style Macrame Wall Hanging out of upcycled men’s shirts! Part of my challenge to upcycle the whole of two men’s shirts this is an easy and cheap home decor idea for a boho look on a budget.
Learn how to create a grain sack stripe effect on fabric using paint! A video tutorial from guest blogger Beverley Wilde shows you the step by step!
9 different methods for making a rag rug from your scrap fabric. Includes braided t-shirt rugs, crocheted rugs, no sew rag rugs, rugs from old towels & rugs made from fabric twine.
How to make a DIY Rag Rug from old sweaters and old kid’s play-mats! A different kind of no sew rag rug. Upcycle your old clothes and refresh your decor!
In this guest post by Interior Designer and Artist Julia Clare you will learn how to paint a marble effect drinks trolley using a handpainted marbalising technique. This technique can be used for all sorts of faux marble projects.
DIY Wedding Centrepieces for flowers from upcycled corks and coffee containers. Get the rustic farmhouse look on a budget! Step by step tutorial with two methods to try!
So I got this lovely tufted headboard when we moved into our new house. Three cats, two kids, and three years later…it wasn’t looking so lovely anymore! So of course I decided I should upcycle it by reupholstering it. But – my husband was adamantly opposed to taking it off the brackets that attach it …