Flip #3 · Uncategorized

Trash to Treasure

I gave a teaser on my Facebook page earlier in the week that I had a piece of “trash” I was going to use in the kitchen. Of course, to me, it wasn’t trash at all, but to someone else it was.

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This little space on my upper cabinets is a lot like the random space I utilized on my lower cabinets. Just wasted space. There is a functional use for this little space, and I’ve been eyeing options for months.

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This dated little piece was left at one of our properties and was going to be thrown out. But look at those fun details! I could have chosen a simple, boring metal towel holder, but none of them that I saw matched the era of the home. Plus, I like little pops of retro! In its current state, however, it was filthy and ugly! So I soaked and scrubbed it thoroughly and then took some leftover spray paint and gave it new life.

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I did not have a towel holder in the kitchen, and I hated always have it slung over my sink. With $0 out of pocket and rescuing something destined for the trash, I now have a functional accent on my cabinets!

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I used leftover semi-gloss spray paint, and it’s the perfect color! Using just a basic picture hanging nail, I had this entire project completed in less than 30 minutes!

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And that adorable fun retro-inspired dish towel? You can purchase it in my store, Mac’s Attic!

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