AMAZING FURNITURE YOU CAN MAKE RIGHT NOW
In this video, I show you how you make create anything from scratch using simple items you already have at home.
You can repurpose 5 old pairs of jeans into a cute chair you can place at the corner of your room. You can attach the ends and sides of them using paper staples, fill them up with cotton and voila.
You can also take your old jeans, cut them in long strips, braid them together, and then make your own bathroom mat.
I show you how you can repurpose your old furniture into new modern pieces you’ll love having around your home. One is to take an old scratched table, file it down with some sandpaper, cover it in white primer and add glossy paint on top with some black paint splatters. Mix everything together and voila. You can add glossy top coat on top to make it look like real marble and avoid future scratches.
Take a ton of plastic bottles and place them around each other, stick them all together using tape, add cardboard paper at the bottom, and on top of it. Then, add few layers of thick fabrics on top and you’ve just made your own still for your living room without spending any money.
0:39 – No-sew jean hacks
2:12 – DIY bathroom mat using jeans
4:41 – How to bring your old furniture back to life
6:37 – Cute DIY furniture stool
8:24 – How to recycle an old table
10:09 – Turn an old table into a kid’s furniture
12:19 – Furniture using plastic bottles
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