Up-Cycling Objects Into Furniture:
1. Make a comfy child’s chair from an old suitcase.
via See Kate Sew
2. Create a shelving unit from painted coffee tables.
3. Make a laundry basket from screens.
via Country Home | Apartment Therapy
4. Make a chandelier with old wine bottles.
Perfect for wine lovers everywhere!
via diy network
5. Make a couch from an old claw-foot bathtub.
I recommend adding a furry friend and lots of pillows.
6. Use pallets to produce a unique double-wide chair.
Perfect for the deck, patio or cottage. This DIY tutorial even has instructions for the pillows, too.
via Funky Junk Interiors
7. Turn an old wine barrel into a coffee table.
Simply cut the barrel in half and secure the top on.
via Remove and Replace
8. Make an outdoor swing from an old chair.
How cute is this for spring? Get the full instructions here.
9. Make a shoe organizer from old milk crates.
Perfect for mud rooms and dorms. See how to make your own here.
10. Create a bedside table from vintage suitcases and an old mirror.
What a great look for the guest bedroom!
via Cupcakes and Cashmere
11. Create a custom wine rack from an old dresser.
The extra effort is so worth it: this DIY piece is fantastic and functional.
via The Charming Farmer
12. Make a bed-frame from pallets.
This is easier than it looks. Check here for the basic tutorial and get inspired.
via The Budget Decorator
13. Create a sturdy bookshelf from an old ladder.
This is perfect for any study, sun-room or library. Learn how to make your own here.
via This Old House / Ian Spanier
14. Divide the room in style with a book partition.
via Apartment Therapy / LULU DOT
15. Make a key holder from an old saw.
Simply add a few hooks to an old saw and you’re set! This is perfect for the garage or tool shed.
via Remove and Replace
16. Turn an old tire into a new mirror.
Psst…you don’t necessarily have to make one because these awesome upcycled mirrors can be purchased, too.
via Etsy / bikefurniture
17. Create a couch and table from cinder blocks.
Up-cycled DIY outdoor furniture has never looked better!
via B Organic
18. Make an outdoor bench with wood and cinder blocks.
Alternatively, this could also be used in a garage or mud room. See your options here.
via The Basement
Originally posted 2016-01-28 08:12:46.