Food for Professional Minds: Add Innovation to Broken Chairs

Food for Professional Minds: Add Innovation to Broken Chairs

Category: Reusing and Recycling, Date: 30 Mar, 2020 / Share Post:

Go green with smart upcycling ideas and bring a new life to old chairs either it’s about the leg or the back of the chair, everything is useful for a creative mind. This article is serving as a source of food to the professional mind’s innovation.

Let’s see, how?

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Antique Wall Holder

So, wanna add to your heritage collection? If you have an old chair’s back, you need a hook to enhance the grace of a place. Don’t forget to hook bread pans to transform the chair’s back into a holder.

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Flower Pot Holder

If you are left with the top of a spindle chair, then you can transform it into a flower pot organizer; just add 3 hose clamps with screws and amaze your eyes with a perfect storage display.

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Folding Chair Chalkboard

Now, the folding chairs, which allow the crafting minds to do wonderful experiments. All you need is a medium-density fibreboard, covered in chalkboard paint and this would be replaced with the defaced frame of the chair. Hurrah! Here is a standing message board ready to greet party guests.

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Bench in French Style

This type of bench usually made with wooden area in the center and sides of vintage chairs which is a best place to regain the energy and relax by enjoying sunny day.

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Garden Flowerpot

The chair that is misplaced from when turned into a rustic flowerpot is the best thing to make the porch area more attractive.

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Hanger for Picture

By adding a small piece of cloth with pins on the hanger and hanging it on the topmost place at the back of an old bar chair will shows a vintage look for displaying family pictures.

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Old Chair as a Swing

A backyard is incomplete without a swing. Just use an old moving chair into something exclusive as a swing.

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Storage in a Jar

Mason jars are perfect DIY for your storage of buttons or shells, then attaching them to old or broken legs of chai with wires give a unique effect.