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10 Great Ways to Upcycle Your Kid’s Room

May 29, 2019
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If you’ve got kids or are expecting soon and have something of an upcycling bug or you’re simply looking for ways to stretch your budget and save the planet a little, there are plenty of ways to upcycle your kid’s space.

We’ve put together our top 10 to give you some inspiration and help get you started.

 

10 – Skateboard Shelves

With a lick of paint and some L brackets, some old skateboards of any size can be simply attached to the wall to make some cool, themed shelving.

Don’t forget to snap your projects and tag them #MyZEN

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9 – Drawer Shelves

In a similar principle to the skateboard shelves, given a lick of paint, a few screws and maybe a bit of resizing if necessary, some old drawers can make some sturdy, enclosed shelving.

You’ll be able to achieve this shade or your own variation with some Azure tint.

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8 – Rocking chair

If you’re in need of some seating for your kid’s space either f

or yourself or them, a tired, old rocking chair can be given a new lease of life with some paint and an updated upholstery choice.

Mixing a little Moondust with some Azure should bring you to something as rich as this.

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7 – Entertainment Changing Table

For a changing table with a difference, take an old wooden entertainment system, brighten it up a little and fit the necessary padding element to make something unique.

 

A light touch of Azure should give this chalky pastel blue.

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6 – Cot Table

Once the little ones get a bit less little and outgrow their cots, don’t throw them away. An outgrown cot can make the ideal desk or table.

Using the un-tinted paint should provide a clean white.

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5 – Changing Table Desk

If you made the decision to buy a changing table rather than make one and it’s since been outgrown, why not adapt it into a desk?

While you won’t be able to achieve anything this stark, mixing some Spearmint will give a calming green.

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4 – Cabinet Wardrobe

TV cabinets are finding themselves increasingly redundant with the increase in flat screens, but you can give one a new lease of life as a suitably sized wardrobe.

The un-tinted ZEN will provide the sharp white, while some Buttercup will give a more subtle yellow.

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3 – Side-table Kitchen

An unwanted side-table or similarly sized piece of furniture can make the ideal basis for a durable play kitchen.

For pink we’re spoiled for choice. Using a Cotton Candy, On Wednesdays we Wear Pink or Jazzberry Jam will achieve differing shades of pink.

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The greys achieved here can be replicated with some Moondust.

2 – Bookcase Dollhouse

With relatively little modification, a disused bookcase can be made into a wonderfully personalised dollhouse.

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1 – Pallet Bed and Den

Our favourite and most ambitious project is the pallet bed and den. With some hard work, imagination and ambition a collection of frequently disposed of pallets can make a child’s dream bed and a hideaway space.

Again, the un-tinted paint will provide a crisp white, with Spearmint lending some green.

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Whatever you create, ZEN has the perfect range of unique shades and options to allow you to be completely original. Share your brilliance with the rest of us using #MyZEN 

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