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Great Ways To Use Old Ladders

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Great Ways To Use Old Ladders

We know ya'll come across rickety old ladders at garage sales. Most men don't see the value in them so they toss em' out for garbage, after all, if they are rickety then they can't be used for their original purpose...right? 

Sooooo WRONG...

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Pallet Walls

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Pallet Walls

We want to tackle a pallet wall and we think we have found the solution with this fun project...it's actually more art on the wall than a wall itself.

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Hot off the press...The Great Junk Hunt Official Trailer

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Hot off the press...The Great Junk Hunt Official Trailer

Here is a good look at the market that started it all! The Great Junk Hunt in Puyallup started in a small gym and has grown to over 30,000 sq. ft. at the Washington State Fairgrounds! We have over 120 vendors with awesome Junkin goodness and thousands of shoppers to the show. 

Now with shows in multiple cities across the west coast, we are spreading our junk love! Our happy junkers are what really make our show special and worth doing what we do. We hope to see you at our next show in your area!

Funky Junk Sister, Linda Albers, created an event for junkers to come together to buy and sell all things vintage, upcycled and unique. Formally known as Junk Salvation by the Funky Junk Sisters, this show has won several awards for best flea markets in America. Come see what all the fuss is about!

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Mid Century Modern Furniture Part 2 Color!

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Mid Century Modern Furniture Part 2 Color!

Here are some ways to add color to a mid century piece. A geometric pattern pairs well with the sleek lines of a modern piece. 

Below is something a bit more sutble...but still a conversation piece. 

Bold but EASY! Just remove the drawers and the knobs and paint. 

This tall dresser has been painted and papered for a softer feel. 

Painters tape will help you create this look. 

The 70's gave us furniture with ornate carved like design. Seriously, it could look very ugly, until you play it up with a little paint, like the dresser below. 

Sometimes keeping it simple with one color is just enough. 

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