How To: Go "Shopping" In Your Own Home

How To: Go "Shopping" In Your Own Home

Sarah Coffey
Jan 20, 2009
Before you go out to buy something new for your home, try "shopping" in your kitchen cabinets, pantry, laundry room, home office, or bedroom closet. You might be surprised by what you find: tea towels that make great placemats, ramekins that double as tea light votives, spaghetti jars that can store your dry goods, and sweaters that give an old chair new life. Click below for where to shop within your own home, and what to look for... Kitchen Cabinets:8 Uses for Tea Towels10 Uses for Ramekins9 Uses for Loaf PansHow To: Organize with Everyday Kitchen Objects Food Pantry:10 Simple Uses for Spaghetti Jars101 Uses for Baking Soda27 Household Uses for Citrus FruitCreative Reuse: New Lives for Plastic Bottles Bedroom Closet:New Uses for Old ClothesHow To: Make a Sweater SeatReusing Belts, Window Covering Ideas, and Ultimate Closet Organization 5 Uses for Vintage Suitcases Workspace:20 Household Uses for Newspaper (Once You've Finished the Crossword)12 Uses for Waste Baskets5 Alternative Uses for a Desk21 Household Uses For Rubber Bands Laundry Room:10 Uses for Clothespins20 Household Uses for Used (Yes, Used) Dryer SheetsHow To: Reuse Plastic Drycleaning Bags8 Uses for Square Baskets
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