Chicken Wire Memo Board
Courtney over at A Diamond in the Stuff came up with this project using an old cupboard door and chicken wire. Besides being whimsical, it offers a great way to post pictures and notes without marking the wall up!
While definitely a like or a dislike, this is an easy way to take a color from the quilt and base it into dresser if you wanted a minimalist base color on the dresser. 320 Sycamore provides this idea along with other examples of different fabric handles she has used.
Using colored paper and paper bags, Taylor posted on Mary Janes and Galoshes this unique idea that she came up with it. I love that the paper bag pieces look like flowers!
Old doors seem to be making a crazy comeback! From being used as a bookshelf (picture to the left), they can also be used as headboards, or simple decoration. One caution I would give is that you probably want to seal the door with a coat of epoxy as the door could contain lead paint.
Patina Flower Cans
Using printed paper (link: http://www.mayang.com/textures /Metal/html/Flat%20Metal%20Textures/index.html), Carolyn came up with the idea to modpodge. Simple and yet so elegant!
High Heel Foot in the Door shows what they've done using spray paint and an older piece of furniture to add some pizazz to a bedroom. While bold, it creates interest instantly for any woman's bedroom!
Old Suitcases Meet Bedside Tables
Marianne at Song Bird Nesting painted an older suitcase placing it on a simple end table. Absolutely stunning!
Taylor at Mary Janes and Galoshes came up with this neat idea using a doily for a mirror!
While this pictures shows a dark wood background, you can easily adapt a background to any color you wish. The instructions for this twinkle board using Christmas lights and a piece of board can be found at Design Sponge. Elegant but endless possibilities of what you could create!
Other websites that I recommend for people to take time and browse through include: