These candle stick candy jars are such a sweet idea. We think they would make lovely housewarming presents and they’re super easy to make!
This pallet ottoman is just the right combination of raw and finished. Using 3 painted pallets as the base and a gorgeous cushion topper, this ottoman is ready for use.
These lamps upcycled from vintage cameras are truly stunning. They are created by Milan Bender who has been seeking out and transforming vintage cameras for the past 6 years. Bender is intrigued by camera history and creates unique camera lamps, no two are the same!
Pallets are super versatile and easy to upcycle. There are lots of awesome DIY pallet furniture projects. Want to make something with a pallet? Get some inspiration as we take a look at 5 of our favourite pallet upcycles.
The difference between upcycling and recycling has a lot to do with recognizing the potential in an object. While recycling involves extracting useful materials, upcycling is about taking a unwanted object and finding a new use for it. A success upcycle can be as much about what you add to an item, as what you take away.
Is there anything more satisfying then making something new from something old? Today we feature an upcycling clothing tutorial. It’s sort of like free retail therapy. Learn how to transform an old tank and a shirt into a fabulous new top!
While candles have that incredible ability to transform a space, candle lanterns take it to the next level. We’re not sure exactly what it is, but when you put a candle into a glass house of it’s own, magic happens.
Rather than recycle her plastic bottles, Dobrinka Staneva prefers to turn them into gorgeous floral arrangements. Who knew you could make such stunning flowers from plastic bottles?
Hot on the heels of our post about the Industri[us] Festival of Upcycling we’d like to introduce you to the Canning Town Giant. This 30 foot giant is made out of reclaimed wood and greets festival goers as they arrive.
The Industri[us] Festival of Upcycling will be kicking off this weekend in Canning Town at London’s Royal Docks. It’s no coincidence that the festival launches at the same time as the Olympics, Industri[us] is a Meanwhile London competition winner. But wait, there’s more!