I always have my eyes open to the world and often get inspired by the simplest of things. It’s funny that my name is Unique, because I find the most unique things interesting, or should I say they find me because I often just happen upon them like they were looking for me. I like the unexpected and finding uses for things that no one normally would use them for. I enjoy making old thing new, doing things I’ve never seen before and making normal things extraordinary and here are some jewels I found on…yup, my favorite, Pinterest. Be inspired by all that life has to offer. Enjoy and…
This is actually a bench that they were recovering but I thought it would be cool to use this technique on a dining table.
I usually dislike the animal head on the wall idea and even though I still cannot find it in myself to decorate with it, this looks beautiful.
This ceiling fan is absolutely amazing and all I could do is wonder what it looks like in motion. Perfect for a little girls room.
As soon as I laid my eyes on this photograph I pictured it blown up and framed in my house somewhere. I Love how simple and beautiful and random it is, not to mention the tree is in my FAVORITE color.
I find great joy in repurposing, especially when done well. I found this totally interesting and unexpected for a get together and Love the fact that a few more things are being kept out of the trash because of it.
This idea can bring new life to a bland or tired accessory. It doesn’t look like you need to have expert artistry skills to make something that could express the fun side of your personality. One looks painted and one looks airbrushed. I have to try this on a thrift store find.
This amazed me, especially knowing how expensive rugs can be and how hard it can be to find a print that works perfectly with your décor. It looks like it can be interesting and pretty easy.
This is laundry detergent in what looks like a drink dispenser. Cool isn’t it? I Love this. Now your laundry room can be ever so decorated.
This is too cute, especially in a house with children. You can have a new fridge everyday.
This shirt was, interestingly enough, made from a tablecloth. Fabric is fabric and let’s say there’s a stain that just won’t come out, or grandma passed down linens that doesn’t fit your décor, you don’t have to throw it out or keep it stored, just make something more useful from it. Once you start to see the possibilities, you will look at everything two and three times before calling it trash and in fact, finding many ways to find them useful.