Most of my junk is not redone, or reused (though it happens occasionally), but is redesigned. That means I usually have to break out the tools and put in some work, but I'm able to use a greater variety of junk and definitely can get better prices on things (often free). I've been junking longer than blogging so here are some of my favorite projects that otherwise might not have been posted. Here's what I'm bringing to the party:
One of my earliest and BIGGEST projects when I began junking a few years ago. A couch made from doors.
A candelier made from............okay, you guessed it, from a coffee table bottom turned upside down.
I waited all day to get this iron wheel from the auction (ended up paying $1) because I knew it would make an awesome mirror. It did.
Those vintage wheels don't just hold photos, they really spin!
Say "cheese"! Or maybe I should say "Can you turn off the light?".
Kind of Pottery Barnish, but it's really pure junk.