Just recently, I discovered that we have a treasure trove of old items at home. From rusty sets of utensils and cooking essentials to small appliances and accessories that have seen better days – you name it, I’m sure we have it.
Since these items need to be sorted, I searched online for ways on how to properly dispose of some. To my delight, I stumbled upon an article on how you can breathe new life into old kitchen items. Repurposing is a good way of dealing with clutter as it can help you save money while giving you something that you can maximize and use as décor.
Here are some of my favorite ideas that you can find useful too:
You don't need to throw old spoons and forks! Craft towel and coat hooks out of these with the help of your trusty pliers. Line up and secure your new hooks on a piece of wood that you can attach to the wall.
RL Tip: For a vintage touch, you may choose not to polish the old utensils—just clean it using a damp cloth.
For a rustic touch at home, you can turn soup ladles into candleholders! This is so easy to do and perfect for impromptu dinners and get-togethers at home. Simply hang them in one corner and secure the ladles with Blu-tack.
Upcycle an old cheese grater into a quirky pencil holder! Clean your old piece and make sure it's rust-free. Attach a small hook at the back, turn it upside down, and fill it with your markers and pens.
Do you love to bake sweet treats and cookies? Reuse your old muffin tin into a multipurpose organizer. You can use it to organize small office supplies and even your accessories! If you love crafting, this organizer can also come in handy.
We've probably listed over a hundred ways on how you can repurpose old mason jars but if you lack tissue in the bathroom, you can two or three jars as tissue holders! You can paint the jars or decorate it before displaying them on the countertop.