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100 Upcycling Ideas for Every Space in Your Home

From the entryway to the kitchen, living room, bathroom, bedroom, dining room, kids' room and even your great outdoors, we're sharing our best DIY ideas and designer inspo for beautifying on a budget by creatively reusing, repurposing, recycling and reimagining items you may already have.

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Photo: David Tsay. From: HGTV Magazine.

Entry: Turn Cutlery Into Coat Hooks

Take a cue from our friends at HGTV Magazine and hit your kitchen cutlery drawer (or local thrift store) to gather a variety of vintage spoons you can bend into decorative and functional coat hooks.

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Entry: Reflect a Layered Look

Boost your foyer's natural light and provide a handy spot to check your look before heading out the door by overlapping a collection of smaller vintage mirrors. Hung from wires on the back, each mirror can be easily maneuvered and adjusted so they stay level.

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Photo: Spacecrafting Photography. From: Bria Hammel Interiors.

Entry: Go Dutch

A fun feature of older homes, Dutch doors allow you to keep small kids or pets safely in the home while opening the door's top half for ventilation, illumination or to chat with a neighbor. Our step-by-step instructions, below, share how to give any door dual functionality.

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Photo: Kim Cornelison. From: HGTV Magazine.

Entry: Sub a Tall Dresser for a Low Table

Max out storage space in a small entryway with a tall dresser. Painted in a soft, leafy green, this vintage beauty boosts the slim space's style cred while also providing a handy place to stash any gear you might need before heading out the door.

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