If you want to give your home a fresh new look, you’re probably wondering how to do that without spending a fortune. You’d be happy to know that you already have a lot of materials you can use! If you’d like to upcycle things you no longer use into beautiful home decor, read this guide for our eco-friendly home decoration ideas.
See some vintage glass soda bottles at a flea market? Grab them and repurpose them into liquid dispensers. Just get a spray or liquid soap cap and give your bathroom a stylish boho feel, without spending too much money as well.
If you have a couple of sturdy old lampshades that just can’t serve their purpose anymore, take the fabric off and use them as a table base. Place a butcher block or a salvaged piece of wood over the lampshades and you get an incredibly stylish, minimalistic, coffee table for free!
If you find an old purse with a ring handle, take it out and use it as a towel ring. Play with styles and texture, even an unlikely match can look good in your bathroom.
A metal inbox-outbox set can be repurposed to store bread or fruits and vegetables. Thanks to the simple net construction of most paperwork containers, even the most vintage of the inbox-outbox sets will look modern in your kitchen.
Looking for an ultimate cottage decoration idea? If you have a big collection of vintage handkerchiefs, sew them together to make a colorful curtain. The diversity of patterns will add personality to the curtain!
Although photovoltaic technology is still far from becoming mainstream, it is being developed at lightning speed. Even now solar panels do incredible things, and who knows, maybe in a couple of years, they will become commonplace. In this article, we’ll share 4 unusual uses of solar power. 1. A Solar Bodywork Solar energy is slowly,...
Globally we produce a whopping 2 billion tons of trash every year and is projected to increase by 70% by the year 2050. It is a staggering amount of waste. What can we do to help reduce the waste issue? Why not consider reusing or repurposing items to help decrease overproduction and minimize the growing...
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