Using a wooden box bought at a thrift store for less than $4, I made a mail organizer. On the outside it's a chalkboard, no surprise there, but when you open it up, wowser! That's where all the organization takes place for mail organization and bill ...

 
 
 

Mail Organizer with Chalkboard and Cork Board

Using a wooden box bought at a thrift store for less than $4, I made a mail organizer. On the outside it's a chalkboard, no surprise there, but when you open it up, wowser! That's where all the organization takes place for mail organization and bill paying.

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Rustic Pottery Barn Mirror Makeover

Our monthly Thrift Store Decor project post might just be my favorite. Y'all really seem to LOVE these small makeovers because each month it continues to be the most popular post on My Repurposed Life. I always look forward to seeing what my friends will makeover.

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Faux Dresser Harp Chalkboard

How to make a faux dresser harp chalkboard out of odd, unwanted items. I never find old dresser harps in my junking adventures. So, I made it up as I went along. One can never have too many chalkboards, right?

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Coat Rack Shelf made from a Cabinet Door

This easy coat rack shelf made from a cabinet door project makes me smile.  It was fairly easy the way I made it, but I have tips on how you can make it easily if you don’t have the tools I have.

 

You can see the simple construction is a long narrow cabinet door with one shelf attached to the top. I really like the dual use of a coat rack that not only has hooks, but a small shelf as well.

 

 

 

Reclaimed Cabinet Doors for Projects

Check out this nice stash of cabinet doors.

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Vintage Black Nightstands to match Passages bed

You need a new bed, but the matching nightstands are $500 extra. Your nightstands are still in good shape, but they are outdated and don't match the new bed. Not a problem. A quick DIY paint job is in order! Step by step directions on how to give these nightstands an updated vintage black paint job with gentle distressing.

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I've been a Homeright Brand Ambassador for many years now. So, yes I get to review new products and tell you about them. However, those who know me well, probably get tired of me talking about their great products. I truly use my beloved Finish Max on 90% of all of my projects