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Reuse - Recycle Kitchen Stuff

Lighting made from repurposed glassware.

The Chubby Chair: a 3D-printed chair made from recycled refrigerator plastic. The plastic is ground into a paste, then used to build up each of the chair's components layer by layer. Even the offcuts from the process are reused: they're turned into matching chubby coat hangers.

Blender, Lamp, New Kitchens, Recycl Kitchen

Creative Reuse: Blender Turned Lamp

Reuse old blender for mint plant

Turn an old Blender into a new Lamp.

DIY Blender Lamp

customized fridge

Un réfrigérateur décoré de fleurs

Hidden in plain sight Just add a lock to keep the kids out.

Airgun forum: Gun Safes..

Almost Anything Can Be Repurposed.

Look What I Made From Trash

Tea time clock - DIY idea

Mix and Chic: Home tour- A designer's eclectic and stylish home!

Plastic Fashion by Tomaas

Plastic Fashion by Tomaas | Creative Spotting

Multi-media artist Jeffrey Allen Price creates elaborate geographical maps constructed using kitchen sponges. Inspired by Jean Dubuffett,

Bread loaf pans converted to tool storage

A New Use for Old Loaf Pans - Simply Frugal

Garden Art Made From Dishes | had to include this awesome garden art by Tadpole Creek Creations

Repurpose a glass light shade into a luxurious birdbath.

Repurposed Glass Light Shades

Past Lives, bird feeder from recycled glass created using Eternal Tools Diamond Core drills. In this interview Tobi talks about his inspirations and creations. www.eternaltools....

now this is different

DIY*teapot | awesome-beautiful...

Awesome beautiful bird of paradise: DIY*teapot birdhouse

'High Tea' Bird Feeder?!

'High Tea' Bird Feeder?!

Tea pot bird's nest-- back yard tea house I am going to make a few of these! Yard sale shopping is in my future!

Teapot bird house

old stove grates into wall art

How-To Decorate A Kitchen In A Rental | Doryn Wallach

Recycle-Repurpse-Reuse | When I came across these old stove-burner tops at the salvage yard, I was immediately struck by their variations in pattern and how interesting they looked out of context. I never knew burner tops came in so many different shapes! After some heavy scrubbing, I found I liked them even more. They are nice, mid-sized objects with a bit of weight to them, which makes them great for home decor. #repurpose #trivet

diy project: salvaged stove top trivets | Design*Sponge