Have extra kitchen items? Don’t know what to do with them? Here are some innovative ways to upcycle your overloaded kitchen drawers!
Put a placemat around a jar, can or vase to make a stylish utensil holder.
Burner covers make a great magnetic board to hold reminders and photos. Decorate with colorful paper or spray paint to fit your decor.
Kitchen stool can be transformed into a planter with relative ease.
Turn that old serving tray into a stylish message board with some chalkboard paint.
Use a utensil drawer as an organizer for your night stand.
Dish racks are a great way to sort mail.
Use an ice cube tray as a painter’s palette.
Similar to the burner covers, an old baking tray spruced up with some contact paper makes for a great magnet board.
A bottle rack can be converted into a home organizer with relative ease.
Turn old dinnerware into an elegant clock. You’ll need a ceramic drill bit and a clock kit.
Potholders can be used as an emergency clutch.
Speaking of potholders, why not use them to store that hot curling rod?
You could also turn a fork into a fun curtain holder.
Old pots and pans can be turned into planters.
A colander drilled to fit some wiring and a light bulb makes for a funky kitchen-themed lamp.
You could also do something similar using old tin cans.
Finally, why not turn an old cutting board into a tablet holder? Perfect for looking up recipes while cooking.
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