Well Julia was sweet and told me to go ahead and shop. I spent time wandering and had a hand full of items ready to pay. It occurred to me that my house restoration was done and I had some time on my hands so I asked if she had a need of volunteers. She replied that she needed cashiers. I kindly said...."Uh...no...let me tell you what I have in mind!" I proceeded to tell her how I repurpose items that most people deem as useless, or junk, and that I would love to transform items from the store and display them so that others would be inspired to get creative as well. This post is dedicated to the things I have created thus far. I hope it will inspire you to see objects in new ways, to be creative and reuse the things that would otherwise end up in a junk pile or dump. Enjoy, and GET PICKIN!
|Pediment. Distressed and added hooks.|
|Cute sink planter!|
|Glass shades with glass candle stopper glued to the bottom.|
|Sconce turned TP holder|
For Sale at the ReStore
For Sale at the ReStore $150
made from a 3 door upper cabinet and topped with scrap furniture also used as the back board.