1. Bottle cap an old motorbike.
This refurbished motorbike has an extra hint of vintage-cool with lots of classic bottle caps!
2. Create homemade bunting from vintage fabric.
With just a little scrap fabric, string, and glue you can make this super retro and classy party favor.
3. Repurpose an old novel into a sketchbook.
These blank sketchbooks are the perfect thing for the artist or writer looking for something a little more inspiring than a plain composition notebook. Buy your own at Curious Crow Vintage !
4. Repurpose old christmas ornaments into a retro wreath.
Super fun way to get into the spirit during the holidays. You can also buy them here.
5. Turn an old hard suitcase into a super cute dog bed.
Who says your dog doesn’t want to be hip, too?
6. Make candles out of old tea sets.
Not a tea drinker? Here’s a great way to repurpose some of your mom’s old china.
7. Create a laptop lounger out of an old fold-up chair.
An awesome way to get that vintage folding chair look AND keep your lap nice and cool.
8. Use old records as wall art.
Not sure what to do with all your grandma’s old Perry Como records? They make great wall hangings! (Sorry, Perry.)
9. Refurbish an old Airstream trailer.
Those big bullet trailers are so retro it hurts.
10. Fill an old wheelbarrow with fancy drinks.
Need a clever way to store those cold drinks on a hot day? Old is the new new… or something.
11. Yarn-bomb your antiques.
It may not be practical, but it’s darn pretty.
12. Use old cameras and slides to make a cool camera lamp.
Psht, who ever said that film is dead? Find a step-by-step how to at Stars For Streetlights.