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5 Recycling Projects You Can Do This Weekend

Turn old items into fantastic pieces of decor

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We all have a few old items at home—old tables, chairs, and even cabinets that many of us may have forgotten. While others may consider passing it down to the kids or bringing it to the nearest garage sales, you may want to think things through and consider repurposing or recycling them into functional must-haves.

To repurpose an object is to use it for something entirely different from its original purpose. By repurposing what you already have, you create new things of higher value and would surely give your home a unique touch. If you have free time on your hands, here are five great projects that will inspire you to breathe new life into must-haves that have seen better days:

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