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Your eyes may never look at things the same way again. See so many more possibilities for "renewal" and the ultimate upcycling!
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Dishfunctional Designs: Global Recycling: Old Globes Upcycled

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Fun Things to do with Old Doors

Fun Things to do with Old Doors

She Paid $1 For This Frame, But Watch What She Does With It - I Can't Wait To Try!

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Chandelier SFOGLIA

Suspended chandelier composed of three concentric elements made of recycled corrugated cardboard 100 % handcrafted Made in Italy. Cardboard is color Havana natural soul, white in the exterior; the holder and all the electrical parts, color choice, are included. Bulb not included. Diameter 50 cm. Height : 26 cm . Lampholder CE certificate. Cardboard is an unjustly underestimated material because it can be used to create forms completely unexpected. .

Recycled Cardboard Chandelier | iD Lights

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25 Home Improvement Ideas Under $150

An unused hutch, armoire, or bookcase can quickly transform into a beverage station with a little paint and creativity. Store bottles and beverage glasses on open shelves for easy access while entertaining. You can also free up shelf space by outfitting the underside of a shelf with hanging storage for wine glasses. Use drawers and cabinets below to store serving trays, utensils, and linens./

25 Home Improvement Ideas Under $150

Artist Mary Ellen Croteau is showing these columns made from recycled plastic cartons and lids in the window of the Columbia College bookstore on Michigan Avenue. They are a playful homage to Brancusi's "Endless Columns", with a serious environmental message for our times:

Brancusi in Plastic

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Vintage Whiskey Bottles Pulley Pendant Lighting • Chandelier • iDLights

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Repurposed Lamp Shade Gift Basket

Repurposed Lamp Shade Gift Basket


How to Get the Kitchen of Your Dreams

How to Get the Kitchen of Your Dreams - Rethink Your Island Dreams "By repurposing a cool piece of vintage furniture, like this armoire, you can make a one-of-a-kind kitchen island and save the antique piece from a landfill." —Cortney and Robert Novogratz, authors of Home by Novogratz (Artisan Books)

How to Get the Kitchen of Your Dreams

Mount a tray on a stand for an interesting side table. Group multiples (even of different kinds) for an eclectic departure from the coffee table.

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