Innovative And Eco-friendly Upcycled Decor
Quirky upcycled decor that decorate your home while doing their bit to help the environment.
The term upcycling was coined in 1994 by Reiner Pilz. It means doing things with old products and adding value to them. Upcycling is similar to recycling in that it helps create less garbage, thus minimizing environmental impact, yet it differs in that it involves giving something old a new use.
Upcycling helps lessen the amount of waste going into landfills. You are cordially invited to see how some of our ethically and environmentally conscious and skilled makers go about doing this.
1. FASHION FEET:
What can you do with scrap tyres and pieces of cotton and denim that are seemingly useless? Well, you won’t believe what Funky Kalakar can do with these things. See it to believe it.
2. HANGING PRETTY:
Scrap metal, old bottles, pieces of nothing, discarded items…all belong to the dust-bin, right? Not according to Ba No Batwo. See what gorgeousness they transform all that into.
3. BAMBOO BEAUTY:
Odd and non-usable pieces of bamboo are useless in the wrong hands. But in the hands of the skilled folks at ScrapShala, here’s what they turn into.
4. LIGHT WINE:
Where do old and useless wine bottles go? Well, if they go to Kavi The Poetry Art Project, this is the bright and beautiful idea they are reborn as.
5. WHAT THE FORK:
Old forks without teeth, bent, rusted, pointless…not much you can do with them apart from dispose them off is what most people will say. But not the folks at Desi Jugaad; here’s what they become in their able hands.
6. WONKY WEIGHT:
If we didn’t tell you what this paperweight is made out of, you’d never guess. You are welcome to give it a shot. And then take a closer look at the wonders of upcycling in the able hands of WonkyWorks.
7. PLANTER POINT:
Plants are so comforting. Keep them in comfort and style in this piece of waste that has been upcycled into anything but waste by the creative minds at Krystal Kraft.