This giant window chalkboard is just epic! Old windows are perfect for upcycling. This window chalkboard is extra special because it’s a chalkboard calendar! It’s the perfect décor piece for a large blank wall. Read on to find out how to make one.
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!
This upcycled pop up shop is a super sweet idea. It was built for a chocolate and beer company who needed a mobile shop. Using reclaimed wood, salvaged metal and an old tricycle, a mobile pop up shop was created. This upcycled pop up shop can be configured 4 ways for different functions and requirements. Is upcycling the future of brick-and-mortar retail shops? We think it could be.
This old window turned DIY bathroom cabinet is just brilliant! Who wouldn’t want more storage space in their bathroom? Of course, the fact that this window cabinet is lovely doesn’t hurt either! If you’re handy with a saw, this DIY bathroom cabinet is pretty easy to make. Read on to find out how.
These pallet letters are so lovely! They would be perfect for DIY wedding decor or day-to-day wall art. The best part of this project is that it’s super thrifty. Free pallets are super easy to come by. If you have some scraps of plywood and leftover paint/stain you could even make this upcycled wall art without dropping a dime! Are you in? Read on to find out how to make ’em!
Aren’t large circular mirrors gorgeous?! It turns out that it’s quite easy to make a DIY mirror frame. We were so inspired by these stunning wall mirrors. Find out how to make one for your home.
It’s upcycled pumpkin time! We love the idea of creating an upcycled pumpkin for Halloween. There are so many cool options! Looking at 5 different materials, we’ve rounded up our top 5 ideas for upcycled pumpkins.
We came across this funky, reclaimed wood art on Instagram. The artist is Ridley Stallings from Savannah, Georgia. Ridley is a folk artist. She has a talent for reclaiming materials from old Southern homes and transforming them into handcrafted works of art. Read on to find out more about her process.
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!
Here’s an interesting thought, what happens to branded materials when companies don’t need them anymore? Debrand Services in Vancouver B.C. set out to tackle this problem. Seven years ago Wes Baker was working in experiential marketing. He noticed that lots of branded event materials went to waste post-event. Because they were branded, these items couldn’t be donated. Wes founded Debrand Services to offer corporate businesses an alternative solution.