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  • Deirdre Jacobson

    Design With Re-purposed Flea Market Finds - Spice Things Up: Nothing gets lost in the bustle of your kitchen with this metal bin that's been turned into a spice rack. Formerly a chicken feed bin, the rack now keeps cooking necessities organized in plain sight on the countertop and well within reach.

  • Jean Keane

    Containers originally intended for other purposes like a chicken feed bin keep oils and vinegars looking neat and attractive on a kitchen counter.

  • Carrie Dockery

    Love this chicken feeder repurpose! A chicken feed bin for kitchen storage.

  • Ramona Butler

    This former chicken feed bucket keeps cooking necessities organized. More savvy storage ideas: Fun idea for picnic table--use chicken feed bin. http://www.bhg.com/decorating/storage/projects/from-flea-market-finds-to-savvy-storage/

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