Sunday, June 24, 2012

Beautiful Sunday # 9 - Recycled and Upcycled

Last Sunday I compiled some of the repurposed home pieces I have seen in the blogosphere. I have also mentioned that I'm developing a serious interest on repurposing and upcycling. My greatest dream now is to own a business venturing to this field. But with the way my life is going now, such is far from reality. I have bills to pay, savings account to fatten and other life issues to settle. :) Anyway, for now allow me to enjoy compiling and sharing some beautiful recycled and upcycled pieces that never fail to amaze me.

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Used light bulbs that can be reused as a unique chandelier
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 Plastic cups and clothes' clamps make a nice hanging lamp too.
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 Another way to recycle used light bulbs
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 For your dining table
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 Old milk bottles and some alterations can make to another nice hanging lamp
 
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Shuttle cocks converted as a hanging decorative piece


Chairs are another common medium of recycling
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Chairs made of...would you believe? GUN SHELLS

A closer look
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 made of spare and unused steel

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 CDs we often throw away in the office
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 How many parties I have to attend to make this? :)

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 Made of bended metals 
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this one is made of processed but used plastic 
Both chairs reminds me of the expensive Kenneth Cobonpue furniture
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A good idea of what I can do to my dormant stamp collection
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Ottoman made of scraps of cloth


Do you have recycled pieces at home? Please share them here. I would love to see them. :)

Have a Beautiful Sunday!

All Photos used in this post are not owned by the author. Original sources are linked below each photo.


5 comments :

  1. I like the light fixtures! And it's funny you would ask...I just bought the cutest Lily Bloom handbag that is made from recycled plastic bottles. It's soft though...doesn't feel plastic or stiff. You would like it!

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    1. Hi name mate! We really share the same interest :) we both love bags I would love to see your Lily Bloom handbag. Looking forward to it on your succeeding posts

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  2. Love all these clever creations especially the chair made from wine corks. Thanks for sharing them Diane.

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  3. Yung chair below the CDs, san gawa yun?

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