If you are one of those people who enjoy the feel of flying and daydream yourself as a pilot, you might love this post. The furniture rounded up in this post are made out of disassembled or reclaimed aircraft parts, which are designed to bring skies into your office or home. If jet engine conference table, phantom coffee table and fuselage office desk are sound not that exciting to you, how about a bomb drinking cabinet or a bomb fish tank? Although those high-flying range of furniture are quite expensive, they are one-of-a-kind furniture worth having if you can afford.
Want to see more recycled air-plane parts furniture? See our previous post about “Cool Furniture Made from Vintage Airplane Parts”
Recycling and upcycling is always one of our favourite topics – creating your own new stuff out of the old stuff is a great way to protect the environment and save your money. After some interesting internet shopping trips, we have collected 20 Fantastic Recycled and Upcycled Lamps And Chandeliers Ideas. Although below projects are not for everyone, which might require various skill, there should be a project right for you. However, we do want to remind you when you want to create something using paper, be really careful so it won’t be any fire threat.
Plastic bottle is always a big problem for our environment. Hence, there are always some people come up with many cool ideas which help to turn the waste into something useful. If you google DIY plastic bottle recycling, you will be amazed by the searching result. Chandelier, boat, furniture, house, those creative people try to turn it into a lot of things but it requires a lot of time and skills. Hence, most people like me might think, it is good to recycle and the upcycled things look amazing, but it is just too complicated for me to do it. No problem, in this post, we handpicked 10 Plastic Bottle Recycling Ideas which can be done by most of people as long as they want. Are you ready? Get inspired and get started!
1. Vertical Garden [source]
Here is a new trend in gardening which gardeners create fairy garden / mini garden with broken pot or planter. Such garden can be created either from the shards left from an accidental break or from a carefully planned cut. Those broken pieces will be arranged into tiers or steps succulents and moss to grow on. To make it more fairy looking, small figurines or houses are added to the pot to make it a home for tiny and fantastical creatures.
The whole idea of the project is to invite you to use your imagination and create something totally unique. The basic process involves collecting a clay pot and its broken shards, filling the larger portion of the pot with soil, and then positioning the fragments accordingly. Take a look at some examples we rounded up below and the video tutorial at bottom if you want to build your own fairy garden.
1. Source: Indulgy