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Bathroom Upcycled DIY Medicine Cabinet

Bathroom Upcycled DIY Medicine Cabinet
Bathroom Upcycled DIY Medicine Cabinet
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Vintage suitcases are taking the upcycling world by storm. Just look at this Bathroom Upcycled DIY Medicine Cabinet to see why! This is the perfect DIY bathroom vanity if you love unique home decor. With just a few maps, small shelves, and a drill, you’ll have a beautiful new place to stash toilet paper rolls, cleaning supplies, and more. Why not make your bathroom a little more interesting with this charming upcycled suitcase? Of course, you can use this cool storage project in any other room you want to add a quirky touch, too.  

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I always see old suitcases at flea markets and thrift stores. Now I know what to do with them. It is such a great idea. I am always looking for extra storage and this is a wonderful way to hold the supplies you need. You won't see this idea too many places. I love the vintage look as well. Thank you.

Absolutely amazing! I love it...love it ....love it! It's great the way it fits so perfectly in your decor. I found it interesting that you combined the fabric with the paper inside the suit case...necessity is the mother of invention. I think once I bought the case I too could pull this off inexpensively. I would love to see an update on this project and if there is anything you'd change up or do differently.

I have seen old cases been made in to tables but I have never seen it done as think! I love the idea, it is fantastic!! Some people are so creative, I wish I was. I think I am going to have to get up to my mams attic and see if I can find any cases)

I love this up-cycle project, and the look in general. Thinking about the amount of humidity and moisture in a bathroom, how do you protect and clean the fabric? Could you use the modge podge to adhere the fabric as well for some protection? I'd love to do this, I'm just not sure it would be worth it.

What a clever idea! I have lots of vintage suitcases that are in excellent shape and would lend itself to this project very well. Maps are a great choice for lining the interior, but I also have some left over thick vinyl type wallpaper I used in the bathroom that would work great since it can be wiped clean with a damp rag, and of course matches the walls. Love this idea, and would get a lot of comments and attention. Thanks for sharing!

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