Not only is this retro chicken coop a work of art from French artist Bendetto Burfalino, but it’s also a creative and sustainable way to convert a 1970′s police car into a natural habitat. Plus we bet those farm fresh eggs taste pretty spectacular too!
Cute, practical, simple. Take an old soup ladle – and pick up a few more at a garage sale or thrift store – pack with a bit of dirt and a succulent of your choice – hang on a bar near a window – and you’re good to go! Continue reading
This upcycling idea is pretty adorable and would be really fun in a kid’s room, dorm room, or just about anywhere.
Reusable shopping bags are a must-have item in every greenie’s closet. Do you have a favorite in yours? Why not make one of your own?
More Design Please has a very easy tutorial on how to turn an old t-shirt that you’ve been storing in the bottom of a drawer since college into a stylish and environmentally friendly accessory. Continue reading
What once would have been tossed out to the land of no-longer-working electronics can now be upcycled into a stylish Mid-Century bar. You can find these old TV sets anywhere from your grandparents’ garage to antique stores to yard sales. Because their technology is outdated, they should be relatively inexpensive. Continue reading
Remember those giant TV sets at your grandparents’ house – the ones with bunny ears and about three working channels? Unfortunately, those old TVs are of little use in the modern tech savvy world. They may not work well as televisions today, but they can easily be made into stylish pet beds!
Reminds us of another great pet bed project.
A Journey to a Dream has a great and easy way to turn a plastic jug into a dripless, easy-to-carry, watering spout. Continue reading
This desk lamp upcycled as a planter is making the rounds on Pinterest. And it’s easy to see why – it’s both simple to do and totally cute.