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Creative Ways To Repurpose Rain Gutters

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Old and unused rain gutters can be repurposed into many interesting projects for your home and garden. Made from aluminum and plastic gutters are easy to modify only with basic tools and and their U-shaped designs create a host of unique possibilities.

Here are a few clever ways to repurpose rain gutters that are no longer in use on your home.

Rain Gutters as Corner Bookshelf

Use Rain Gutter as Cooler Box in Patio Table

Great way to serve and chill wine at your next outdoor party! Via: thekitchn.com

Rain Gutter Boat Races

School Carnival Game Idea. Learn more at hcarnivalsavers.com

A Gutter as a Giant Trough for a Ice Cream

Perfect for your next kids party! Get the Tutorial at purplechocolathome.com

Repurpose Gutters into Hanging Planters

Get the instructions at pgeveryday.com

Rain Gutters as Cable Management Tools

End of tangled cables behind the desk. Get the instructions at lifehacker.com

Rain-gutter Trees

Rain gutters are shallow containers, so they can be perfect for the growth of strawberries. Source: gardenbytes.com

Rain Gutters Wall Shelves

So neat and such a great way to hold the books. Source and more details: homestoriesatoz.com

Rain Gutter Planter Attached to the Deck Railing

Get the Tutorial at nagle5.blogspot.com

Grow Your Herbs in Your Kitchen

Create Ribbon Storage

We have seen so many storage options for ribbon but this takes the cake! Found at scrapbook.com

Floating Candle Tablescape by using Rain Gutters

Found at sugarlaws.com

Use Rain Gutter as Space Saving Shoe Rack

Found at pinterest.com

Rain Gutter as Thread Spool Organizer

Build a Self-Watering Aquaponic Rain Gutter Garden

Read the instructions here farmxchange.org

Use them for Garage Storage

They are perfect for holding cans of spray paint and other small items. Tutorial via: anyonecandecorate.blogspot.com

Fill Them with Rocks and Use as Garden Edges

Found at flufflefritz.com

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