On: Monday, April 15, 2013
Don't be so quick to throw it out. Instead, check out these awesome and creative upcycling ideas for old suitcases.
On: Monday, October 4, 2010
On: Monday, August 30, 2010
The whole thing looks awesome when piled together! Good job!
I have no idea how solid and reliable the construction is - the good news is that it's a designer thing but you can try making it at home.
There's no an instruction but I don't think it is too hard to construct. Just glue the nespresso containers in a stand!
In any case, it does look like a pretty thing:
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On: Sunday, August 29, 2010
What a brilliant idea!
On: Saturday, February 13, 2010
And on top of all, most of drinking straw gadgets look plain awesome (I mean it!) Take thisdrinking straw live light, drinking straw chair and this drinking straw furniture:
On: Thursday, February 11, 2010
This also will be a great motivation for you to try different beer manufactures: this way the caps will be different and your table will be even cooler!
On: Tuesday, September 15, 2009
The bike designs - who may have thought? No really, re-using my old broken bike as a chair or a stylish coffee table, doesn't it sound astounding? ... And genius
These bike furniture designs can be used as a basis to create your own. Or you can brainstorm something completely new. So use them as the direction, not even as a sample!
On: Saturday, September 12, 2009
Sometimes it is hard to imagine you won't need some things. You must love your skateboard. But if for some reason you won't need it in the future you can turn it into a funky table.
...the top is made with recycled skateboards, and the bottom is made from recycled plastic.
On: Sunday, August 30, 2009
Here's a new (awesome!) way to put beer bottle caps collection to good use: make a cool bottle-cap table surface using al of them.
You will need about 160 lids for a not very big table. The core process is about gluing each cap to a surface and then pouring epoxy.
I applied a model-making super-glue to the edges of the caps, pressed them in, and waited a few hours for the stuff to dry.
- Ikea Ingo table: $25
- Beer: $6 to $10 per sixer
- Super-glue: $3 to $7
- Wood trim: $2 to $3 per piece
- Paint (optional): $4 for 8 oz.
- Paintbrush (optional): $1
- Epoxy: $20 per pint
On: Tuesday, June 23, 2009