Isn’t it time to breathe some life into that pile of old fab finds? Learn how you can transform those second-hand items into unique pieces at Upcycling with Kijiji at the Toronto Fall Home Show!
Drop by and meet DIY Ninja Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault at her Hue La La pop-up shop trailer named SweetBop. SweetBop is a 1970’s camper trailer Leigh-Ann purchased from Kijiji. With a little love and some elbow grease, she transformed the trailer into a boutique on wheels filled with modern décor, vintage finds, handmade gifts and lots of other fun bits and bops!
Leigh-Ann will share her secrets of how you can easily upcycle worn and tired furniture. It is possible! Be inspired by all of the finds from the Kijiji marketplace that have been lovingly transformed.
Kijiji is a leader in the second-hand economy. You’ve probably participated in the second-hand economy – 85% of Canadians have! If you’ve bought a second-hand TV, donated baby clothes to a new mom, sold your couch or even traded camera equipment with a friend, then you’re a part of it. When you buy or sell second-hand, you can put more money in your pocket, declutter your space, find rare or unique treasures, or help to preserve the environment.
Kijiji is Canada’s #1 online classifieds platform. Kijiji offers Canadians an easy way to buy, sell, and trade goods and services across a number of categories. With more than six million listings on the platform at a given time, Canadians can find almost anything imaginable right in their own communities.
The Kijiji Second-Hand Economy Index, February 2018
comScore Media Metrix, Canada, August 2019
Kijiji data, Canada, September 2019