A few days back we had seen how a suitcase was converted into a liquor cabinet. Today, we have an oil-can re-purposed into a cupboard. The big oil cans/drums called Schrank are handmade in St. Pauli with three shelves and a door [that gets closed with the help of magnets]. The cupboards can also be stacked one upon another and then fastened with a latch if more space is required.
IPouch by Ryan Frank encapsulates your beloved gadgets in a nature friendly way. Each of the cases have been handmade with fabric-backed 100% cork, bordered with colorful stitches. The cases are “naturally water repellent, shock absorbing and sustainable“. An eco-friendly option both for you and your phone, the case is priced at £12.50 [$20.21].
The jewelry collection from Kotik-Design reflects yet another way of turning waste materials into usable forms. Scraps and metal wastes, especially beverage bottle caps have been given a purpose with these gorgeous transformations.
What if your shoes were biodegradable? Yes, you could wear them as long as you wanted and then just dump them in your backyard to see the pair disappear. Sounds wonderful, right? Well, OAT Shoes changes this dream into reality through their Virgin Collection, which comprises of stylish and beautifully crafted ‘biodegradable’ sneakers!