In line with my keen interest in sustainability, I’ve posted a number of entries over the past year containing cool examples of upcycling: used or waste materials that have been transformed into something new, something with much more value.
Three recent examples:
Well, today I’m launching a new Recurring Series of posts highlighting examples of upcycling that I stumble upon during my web browsing, and they’ll be accessible via the Recurring Series drop-down menu at the top of the blog.
For today’s inaugural post, here’s just about the most awesome-est coat rack ever (via Shelterness), made from a shipping pallet:
I’ve actually just started work on a coat rack for our mudroom, using a 1.5′ x 4′ board, I was planning on painting multi-colored stripes on it, but now I’ll be scrounging around for an abandoned pallet!