Monday, February 6, 2017

Amazing Upcycled Ideas For Your Kitchen

I think one of the most amazing things about decorating is that it is something that is completely personal. Everyone's style is completely unique, and you know what's awesome about that?  No one but you has to like it! 

I say surround yourself with the things that you love and the colors that make you feel the way you want to feel. Even better? Pull out those favorite thrift store finds, family hand-me-downs and heirlooms from the attic and enjoy them by incorporating them into your home decor, or by upcycling them into something completely new.  

For example, I love the kitchen. I think it's one of the homiest parts of the home - but it certainly shouldn't be the homeliest! Check out these amazing ways that some creative minds turned old, salvaged pieces into amazing personal statements of style for their kitchens!

Old bed headboard is now a new display shelf

Sculptural silverware hanging decoration

Three red wagons transformed into a minibar from Inhabitat
This could also be used for storing extra tableware, serving bowl, etc. 

Old spoons and serving pieces can easily be turned into drawer pulls. All you need is a drill and some screws.

Pallet kitchen island by Beyond The Picket Fence (be sure to check out her new book too!)

Globe stand turned kitchen towel holder

Small chandelier made from kitchen implements from junk aholique

Old book knife block from theownerbuildernetwork

Clean salvaged wood scraps turned into pot storage

Antique dresser turned into a kitchen island from Heir and Space

Upcycled kitchen colander via Pinterest

What do you think? Do you have any upcycled items in your own kitchen?

Did you enjoy this post? You might also enjoy: 

Upcycled: Awesome Kitchen Islands Made From Old Dressers

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