Junk_SophisticateCandy Allen, Twinsburg, OH, US
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A dining room transformation...piece by piece.
Old rusty gutter guards make for inexpensive holders for your floral arrangements.
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Who can resist polka dots? Not me! With its timeless abundance of circles, this sewing machine pedal will never go out of style.
The simplest projects are the ones I gravitate to most. See how decals can update your vintage pretties.
Looking for interesting and functional ways to add style to your home? This sewing cabinet top turned coat rack can help you with that.
Taking Sue's advice - when all else fails...make it a candle holder.
A roadside vintage card table adds artistic flair to a home's foyer.
I am all about simple projects and feel this one epitomizes my junk decor viewpoint. Easy. Inexpensive. And no tools.
Looking for ways to get the junk scared out of you? Here's a list of scary faves that will get your scream on.
Organize your spices using a sweet display rack.
I just wanted to share how much I enjoy being part of this wonderful community, JUNKMARKET Style. It is THE BEST SITE for inspiration regarding repurposing, reusing...
We are getting ready to celebrate and needed quick and easy photo display ideas using junk we have around the house.
I wanted to share my awesome trash picking story with all of you! While running errands , I came across a glorious pile of old books neatly stacked on the roadside (tied up with stringsthese...
Old Boy Scout back packs have many uses. Here's one mum would like!
A road trip like no other provides this Ohio girl a pile of junk to take across state lines.
Can't get to the beach to collect seashells? No problem! My collection came from all over good ol' Ohio. Here's how to find your own.
Not to be mistaken for Baby Facebook. Your guests will sing you praises for this vintage album-covered scrapbook sitting all upcycled-like on your coffee table.
You can't go wrong when you leave a place with a carload of junk! A visit to my parents' house allowed me to do just that.
A visit to Mom's with muffins and junk in hand. Let her know who's Queen for a Day.
A found junk chime that anyone can do.
Fellow junkers are some of the kindest people around...
Pssst, here's a test for junkers worldwide. What do you do with a baby crib spring found on the curbside? Shhhh, I'll give you the answer but you must keep quiet.
Making a hanging photo display from an old clipboard.
I find whenever you have mass quantities of anything, it's a lot easier to come up with ideas for their use. After finding loads of vintage sewing supplies and receiving some as gifts, I thought I should no longer 'hem'and haw about prettying up my place.
Have you ever heard the phrase "Everything's better deep fried"? Well I thought I'd put it to the test in my entry by using an industrial sized deep fryer basket to hold flowers. Let me know if you think the statement holds true.
Have a piano roll or two handy? Haha. Well if you do, here are a few simple projects from a simple project kinda gal.
Project One of more to come, with your help, using glass cigar tubes.
What better way to bring luck into the new year! A horseshoe shaped message center can be a serendipitous reminder of your good fortune for 2009.
What do you do with your sledding equipment when not in use? Why, make a photo display from it, of course!
Fill your home with junk that makes it pretty and functional. This happy kitchen is loaded with pre-owned pieces that make it special.
Why not incorporate junk in your holiday photo card?
Just a few wreaths made with an old pulley, a metal shoe stretcher and a rusty wire wreath form.
Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea. Joy to you and me!
Hi Everyone! Since we all know how the economy is right now I thought I'd share my junk tree that is in our front living room. For the most part, junk trees can be very inexpensive but I...
I bought an old tricycle over the weekend for $1.80 and dismantled it as much as I could. This is the first use I have for it so far.
I received this free old typewriter enroute to vote on Tuesday from a Craigslister. He just kind of threw it in my van after I purchased other great things from him. I simply used a Word...
You fellow junkers don't need me to tell you how inexpensive it is to decorate with your finds, but I think it's rather fun! Keep on junking! Candy
Happy Halloween Junkers! Wishing you a happy and safe day!
For a while now I have been seeing commercial or industrial signs people use as home decor (Lani's home, Sue's books, various sites). I have searched for my own...
I was given a large amount of garage sale leftovers and right away knew I wanted to do a project with the port-a-crib. Ultimately I would like to make a coffee table out of it however for now...
Unfortunately I don't have much of a front porch, however I've tried to make the most of my front "stoop" with the budget I had.
This shelf/ cabinet is the very first junk project I completed many years ago. I spotted it in my neighbor's trash and drug it home. It was just plain brown, vintage wood...
I've been pulling things left and right out of my garage and basement in hopes I have enough to set up at a flea market or possibly to fill a space at a shop. (Most of it is in my living room...