Don't throw away your old bedding! Here are 9 cool and effective ways to reuse them at home
It's always nice to freshen up the bedroom with new bedding.
They provide new, refreshing and clean look! But what do you do with the old bedding?
First of all, don't throw them away! Bedding has a much longer life than you thought. And to prove it, we have collected for you nine cool and useful things that you can do with them.
You can use bedding for different things and use them in several ways that will help you around the house. Here are some ideas.
Storage for children's toys
Whether your kids have dolls, soldiers, or toy cars, you can create an efficient storage unit for them using old bedding. They can be hung right from the child's bed for easy storage and access.
Protection against cold
Gardeners and farmers can use old bedding to cover the pots and crops during frosty nights.
Old bedding can be turned into warm rugs that will be perfect for your home. The woven carpet will give a feeling of comfort and warmth to your feet. Click here to learn how to make them.
Bedding is naturally soft and comfortable, so keep that feeling when you sleep by turning your old bedding into pajamas. You can find the full guide here.
From time to time, take a few hours and take a nap in the open air. It is revitalizing, refreshing, and if you use the old sheets, it will be just as comfortable as sleeping on your own bed. Visit here for instructions.
Protects against insects and sun rays
If your baby likes to play outside, then place a sheet over the crib to protect him from insects and the sun's rays.
Bedding can become charming curtains for the home. They are very easy to make and they will of course save you a lot of money. Find out how to make them on this page.
Use an old sheet as a beach mat. It will give your family plenty of space to sit on, and is perfect for a beach picnic.
If you are a dog owner, then consider turning your old bedding into a toy for him to chew on and play with.
Do you have more ideas? What did you think of these ideas? We'd love to hear from you in the comments below.