Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose

Using what I have

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I think these boxes came out of a church and were maybe the boxes that held fake plants is my best guess. I paid less than $20 for both

Problem Solving

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After removing the old flooring I sanded and restored the original hardwood floors but this corner had sustained water damage and I could not fix it so I created a built in breakfast nook

New life for old things

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The tops can be lifted to reveal extra storage and space for a hidden recycling center. Total cost was approx. $30 plus my time

I love to reduce waste

What's funny about this project was I discovered that I had this table top in storage which actually matches the in stock Home Depot countertop I picked out for the kitchen, so I built a simple table base and added the top to finish off the corner

Contact me today to see how I can give your items a new lease on life!

Call Carrie at 306-717-5001
Kitchen Before Restoration