I've got a whole new project lined up for the nursery, and I am thrilled to be participating in Apartment Guide's “Repurpose or Recycle: Environmentally Friendly Tips for Renters” Blogger Program as part of it! Surely, you've been by there? Whether you're living, looking or moving, Apartment Guide offers tips on how to make your apartment greener and make the most of your space on the Apartment Guide blog. Not only that, but they have tips on how to make eco-friendly cleaning products and save you money.
It's pretty fabulous.
For this program, I decided to recycle an old bookshelf my dad build years and years ago. It's remained in perfect condition and is exactly what I need for a bit of storage in the nursery. So, this week I'll be making a few necessary changes to it.
What about you?
Any makeover tips from one of your most memorable recycled furniture pieces?
Leave me a comment for a chance to win a
$50 gift card to Home Depot!
The winner will be announced next Monday...along with all the my redo details!
(And, you thought it couldn't get any more exciting...)
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