Got some guttering left over from a construction job? Don’t throw it out! Here are some great ways to reuse and recycle this valuable resource.
Table with Beverage Holder
Spring is almost upon us and, as you contemplate those cold deck beers, here’s a great way to keep them cool when you’re outside. This wonderful table with built-in cooler comes from Anna White who shares the plans and a step-by-step guide on building it here.
Indoor Herb Garden
Picture courtesy of 1001 Gardens.
Grow your herbs in the kitchen where you need them most. Just a few lengths of guttering can help you to create a hanging herb garden on a wall or in a window.
Tool Kit Organizer
Picture courtesy of the Family Handyman
A few lengths of plastic guttering can help you to organize and separate your tools so you’re not wasting time scratching through your tool bag when you need a pliers. Use a glue gun to create a rack that you can also use in your garage or workshop.
Picture from Do It Yourself Mom
Gutters make the perfect shelving for books, spices, decorative plates and jars in the home. They are perfect for storing wire, saw blades and bottles of fasteners in the workshop.
Picture from the Family Handyman
Slightly angling the gutters in this build means water can run from the top to the bottom, making watering your crop easy. They are perfect for small flowers, greens, herbs and strawberries.