12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects…

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

We love recycling projects so much, because we are fascinated by the process of creating something new and beautiful from an old and seemingly useless object. The beauty lies in the fact that almost every old item can be recycled and the result depends only on us and our imagination.

Instead of gathering more and more waste, which our consumerist society tends to create without pause, why not transform objects and give them a new purpose? Below you will find a selection of creative and highly unique recycling projects that you too can try out at home.

Our favorite one is the flipped boat that has been transformed into an outdoor storage unit, perfect for a vintage porch or garden. Check them out below…



12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects...

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The forks look like they might be made of silver, and none of the three appears to be broken or useless in any way. I may be way off base here, but that’s how the photo looks to me. Art is a wonderful element in our society, but when a perfectly serviceable utensil is twisted into art when it could be either used for eating or melted down to make something else useful (and sold as scrap to buy a meal for a family) then it actually seems wasteful. This shouldn’t be described as “recycling” so much as “repurposing,” and now someone needs to buy a new fork when they might’ve used one of these three. I’d rather see “recycled” art made of materials that really have no further useful value in their present state, or can’t be broken down or reworked into another form that would be useful. The boats, if truly rotted beyond worthwhile repair, make a nice example.

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Melissa Bylsma, some of these with the boats are cool maybe for yalls camp..

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I never knew how much I needed a wooden boat lol

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Felicity Whiteley Seth, for your summer class

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Mick Isaac Gardiner Mick Gardiner Adam Gardiner Seamus Gardiner

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Your website is full of popups

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All great, but love the boats…x

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I like the old boat ideas. Don’t see that very often.

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James Preston – dig ?

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Veronica Cunnane check out the boats ????

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