What a wonderful way to keep alive the memories of your beloved travel mate! It’s called Bicycle Taxidermy and gives your nonfunctional yet treasured bikes a chance to express your persona by regally displaying the handlebars of the same, that you had relied on, each time you went for a ride.
Now who wouldn’t love having these neat mini gardens for their indoor decor? The elegant wine bottle, cradling the succulents in its cozy interior, undoubtedly makes for a fine piece to own and display. And don’t worry about them to roll away as they are stabilized by two cork pieces.
This beautiful Waterfall Chair and Armchair collection, as you can see, makes an interesting use of plywood strips. While you may wonder why, there’s actually a thought behind the project. The idea was to bring forward the prevalence of extreme consumerism in society resulting in huge amount of wastes and thereby look for sustainable solutions.
Here’s a fun idea to transform plastic bottles into cheery little purses! Requirements are just two PET bottles and a zipper and that’s about it. You are set to have a neat and happy purse to accompany you; that’s good for the environment and good for you!
What do you think about this nightlight? Gorgeous, right? The surprising fact is that the thematic light has been put together using recycled glass obtained from broken bottles and other containers, scoring green points too!
Check out how used books get a new life as sweet little decors resembling a Christmas tree, Snowman and a Pumpkin! Fit just right to sit on your desk, these would bring in the charm of the holiday season in no time.
If you can’t picture a group of coat hangers into a dish drying rack, you might like to take a help from this one above. See, you get the idea pronto! To construct this Dish Drain, things used wereeight identical wooden hangers with strategically placed grooves and screws.