We all have things in our house that lie idle for years. And yet we still hesitate to throw them away.
Today WeGoRo offers you some ingenious ideas on how to give such items a second life!
A wonderful solution that’ll save you the necessity of having to walk across the kitchen every time you want to get a mug or a glass. Also, your kids won’t have to call you every time they can’t reach the cups in the high cupboard.
Such vases are sure to become a perfect decoration for your home. They are incredibly easy to make: you just need some clear glass bottles and paints.
No one wants to be locked out of their own home. But hiding a spare front door key under the welcome mat just won’t do — this old trick is too well known. Here is a fresh and inspired idea for keeping your keys in plain sight yet safely concealed from prying eyes!
If you have old pillows that nobody uses anymore, here is a clever option for turning them into a stylish addition to your house once again. Such floor mattresses can appeal to children and adults alike since you can make them in absolutely any size.
You won’t need special skills or expensive materials to make this cabinet. It will provide plenty of additional storage space in your bathroom.
These unusual candles will add a romantic atmosphere to your summer evenings. As an additional benefit, such "torches"’ will serve to scare away mosquitoes. Just remember not to leave them unattended!
A perpetual calendar that never ends, made out of old play cubes. A great idea for those who don’t like conventional calendars.
This eye-catching table can be made using 4 pallets. It looks very unusual and is certain to perfectly complement your house’s interior.
A truly functional and convenient solution for storing various garden tools that gives a second life to all those leftover pieces of plastic tubing.
Make your kids jump with joy with this wonderful portable hopscotch set! To make one, you’ll need some paving tiles and paints in different colors.
To create such a basket, you will need a box, a rope, some fabric, and glue. The end result will provide a great money-saving alternative to those containers sold in the shops.