to retrieve or recycle material for reuse.
Whether the purpose is the love of old furniture with built-in character marks, a commitment to recycling, or the lure of a bargain, using reclaimed furniture in a kid’s room is a hot design trend.
Blogs with DIY tutorials on how to salvage, restore, and repurpose almost anything into a useful piece of furniture are superabundant with super creative ideas!
With reclaimed furniture, parents can get a fabulous look with little expense for their kids’ rooms but what I love most is the instant character that is added to a room. A little romanticism and intrigue is entwined when thoughts of previous owners and prior surroundings come to mind.
And it doesn’t have to originally been used as furniture to be repurposed into something for kids’ room use. Look at the photos below to see what I mean.
Inspired? Time to hit the salvage yard to find your next treasure. Be sure to come back and share your transformation with us! Happy hunting.
See Safely Using Vintage Furniture for tips on how to use old furniture in kids’ rooms.
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