Every now and then we come across a upcycler that simply blows us away. Say hello to Rupert Blanchard of Margate UK. Rupert Blanchard is a designer, maker and collector. He moved to London in 1999 to do a graphic design course at St. Martins and quickly discovered that the streets were paved “not with gold, but with rubbish”. Rupert Blanchard started salvaging finds and upcycling them into gorgeous, industrial-style furniture.
Okay wow. We’re just staring at this Boeing 737 chair. That’s right, this chair was made from the cowling of an actual Boeing 737 engine. The Boeing 737 chair measures 200cm x 200cm x 200cm, which means it’s over 6 and a half feet in every direction. This upcycled chair would literally swallow you whole! Which, in our opinion, is a great quality in a chair.
This scrap wood side table is awesome! If you’re like us, you likely hold on to odds and ends from various projects. This is a great way to use up some of the wood from your scrap pile. We love how all the different stains look together!
We don’t normally post furniture makeovers, but not every piece is this Volkswagen dresser! Larissa Haynes of Northeast Ohio calls it a wonderfully redeemed piece of furniture. Larissa brings life to cast-off furniture with her small shop, Prodigal Pieces. She transformed an outdated, art deco cabinet to become this awesome Volkswagen dresser!
Happy Earth Day Upcyclers! Today we are going to rock out a pallet coffee table. We love pallet furniture and this upcycled coffee table is super easy to make. We think the hairpin legs give it an awesome modern look! Read on to find out how to make your own pallet coffee table.
Every now and then we see something that makes our jaws drop. This pallet patio is absolutely incredible! Inspired by island-living, this pallet patio is a renter’s remodel dream! Without drilling into, or painting existing walls, this pallet patio upcycle completely transforms an outdoor space. Read on for the awesome details.
This year BACARDÍ rum unveiled the first update to its packaging in over a decade. Beautiful, crafted bottles deserve to be properly displayed. So, to celebrate the launch, BACARDÍ asked us to create two upcycled Crafted Cabinets that can be recreated at home.
These traffic sign chairs were created from cast off traffic signs and old, school chair frames. The style of these chairs was inspired by origami and the resulting design is edgy, urban and cool. Better still these chairs are comfortable and perfect for outside use – the traffic signs were made to be outdoors!
Maverick can step aside because when it comes to aviation there’s a new top gun in town. These aviator stools are hands down the coolest repurpose of helicopters and airplanes we’ve ever seen.
It’s always handy to have some occasional seating/side table options. Imagine the scenario, you’re hanging around on your hammock and need a place to rest your book or feet. This upcycled ottoman pouffe would be perfect for that. It can be made from any rug and can be stuffed with old pillows and cushions. Read on to find out how to make your own upcycled ottoman pouffe.