Jane Farrell
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Repurpose: Office wallflower rocks the garage

Repurposed Items: Turn an old, unused file cabinet into a tool storage bin. Wow… I would have never thought of that. Repurposed Items: Turn an old, unused file cabinet into…

Repurpose: Office wallflower rocks the garage

Repurposed Items: Turn an old, unused file cabinet into a tool storage bin. Wow… I would have never thought of that. Repurposed Items: Turn an old, unused file cabinet into…

Sometimes we come across items that make so much sense that they should really be a part of the original product and not some add on gadget. Like the Silicone Oven Rack Guard. It’s simply a pair of silicone guards that line the outer edge of your oven racks and allow you to pull the oven racks out with your bare hands. No need for pot holders, oven mitts, or towels, the silicone stays cool up to 450 degrees. They cost less than $10 for a set of two

Silicone Oven Rack Guard, pair of silicone guards that line the outer edge of your oven racks and allow you to pull the oven racks out with your bare hands. No need for pot holders, oven mitts, or towels, the silicone stays cool up to 450 degrees.

DIY::Wall pockets made by cutting wooden bowls in half and mounting them on a painted board Cool idea.and IKEA has inexpensive wooden bowls.

Tip of the day: Go to Target or Wal-Mart and buy one of these over-the-door shoe racks for about $20. Now, beautifully tie your favorite scarfs, tights, or beautiful fabrics onto each bar. Drape the excess into the middle, and hang over a door. You might actually wear all of your scarfs if you can see them properly. Finally, something not shower curtain style!!!

buy an over-the-door shoe rack. Now, beautifully tie your favorite scarfs, tights, or beautiful fabrics onto each bar. Drape the excess into the middle, and hang over a door. You might actually wear all of your scarfs if you can see them properly.