Upcycling is “the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value.”
Using an old ladder as a bookshelf.
Convert folding chairs into a shelf and closet.
Turning an old 2 liter bottle into a broom.
Using old bottles as shades for pendant lamps.
Make a lamp with hot glue and disposable spoons.
Using old skateboard decks to make a child’s picnic table.
Turning a glove into an adorable chipmunk.
Making shelves out of old books.
Turn old bottle caps into cool tea lights.
Convert a discarded piano into a very cool shelf.
Transforming wrenches into wall hooks.
Organizing your cords with used toilet paper tubes.
This sink you can make out of a bicycle.
A portable bagel holder made out of CD/DVD tower case.
Make your wooden fence a little more private with glass marbles.
Put your old computer towers to good use as a mailbox.
Buy packs of cheap hangers to create a room divider.
Create guitar pics out of credit cards (or anything else).
Found another old piano? Turn it into a planter/outdoor fountain.
Convert used light bulbs into oil lamps.
Create a clock out of a bike wheel.
Transform that old drum set into a chandelier.
Use your favorite, old cassette tape as a coin purse.
Cut a bath tub in half to make one of the coolest couches ever.
Use that old, vintage suitcase for a cool chair.
Recycle used wine bottles as a classy chandelier.
If that old TV doesn’t work, transform it into an aquarium.
Make a purse (and many, many other things) out of woven pop tabs.
If you don’t like wearing hats, make them into lamps.
Transform classic tennis rackets into mirrors.