Have you heard of drum pendant lighting? This upcycle idea uses an actual drum for the shade! Rockstars take note, this drum light is totally diy-able! Read on for the tutorial.
Here’s something we haven’t thought of before, what happens to old espresso machines? Willem Heeffer has turned them into absolutely stunning boiler lamps! We love the industrial chic look of this collection. Read on to find out more about these awesome pendants and floor lamps.
Do you have any ugly old lampshades lying around? If so, this wire pendant light tutorial is perfect for you. It’s an awesome way to turn unwanted lampshades into trendy wire pendant lights! The best part is that it’s super easy. Read on to find out how to make these cool upcycled pendant lights.
We love upcycled lamps! There are so many innovative ways to repurpose and create gorgeous lighting. This beer bottle lamp is a super cool example. The effort required to make it is minimal, and the results are awesome. Read on to find out how to make your own beer bottle lamp.
Exciting things are in the works here at Upcycle That. We’re currently on the hunt for awesome upcycled products and brands to work with. Are you a maker of upcycled products or an upcycled brand? If so, read on!
The dramatic Chiquita chandelier by Dutch designer Anneke Jakobs is a brilliant upcycled piece. Made from 29 used Chiquita banana boxes and 300 paper fasteners, this upcycled chandelier is creative and fun. The best part? Anneke Jakobs has released open source plans so that you too can create your own Chiquita chandelier.
We are presenting these egg carton flower lights by popular request! Making them is a fun, easy process requiring not much more than a string of lights, a few egg cartons and some paint. While simple to make, these egg carton flowers can dramatically dress up a plain set of Christmas lights. Read on to find out how to make your own.
We are celebrating 3000 fans on Facebook with an Upcycle Giveaway! To mark the occasion we’re giving away 2 Heinz beanz can lights from the product designer Willem Heeffer. Read on to find out how to win.
We’ve long been of the opinion that the Heinz bean can label is an iconic design. You can imagine then how excited we were to learn that Dutch designer Willem Heeffer has been transforming Heinz been cans into tin can lighting!
These days we can’t seem to get enough ambient lighting. That’s why we were thrilled when Linda Rose from Italy shared her cube cardboard light with us. Made from corrugated cardboard, this upcycle highlights cardboard in a really beautiful and interesting way. Find out how to make one for yourself.