The reuse and recycling of several objects not only save our environment and make earth a better place to live in, but also decorate our homes beautifully. Several enthusiasts of DIY projects keep on experimenting with a variety of waste objects and materials in order to turn them into something useful. You may also find various broken or waste items in your home that can be recycled to create innovative home decor. Check out some great ideas that have led to the birth of creative objects for interior decoration through recycling and reuse.
Bean Blob Chair
This eco-friendly beanbag is made of recycled highway signs that appear in the form of PVC advertising billboards. Imagine the creativity that has gone into developing a chair out of a waste material like billboard. Priced at $175, such a beanbag may look trendy in a modern setting. It can provide a chic appearance to your living room. It is also a nice way to recycle waste and protect the environment.
Walk/Don’t Walk Chair
Designed by John Carter who has always been interested in reusing waste materials to form useful items for home décor, this chair is fully made of trash, majorly obtained from street sign parts. Such a unique creation can appeal to almost anybody. You would be amazed to know that these signs actually work and can be operated using a remote control. You may anytime turn these signs on and off. This chair costs around $3,700.
CD Case Chandelier
Anybody would love to decorate his/her home with a CD case chandelier designed by Josh Owen. Rather than dumping a lot of plastic into a landfill, Josh used waste and broken CD cases to come up with an innovative home decor item. The cases are fixed around a lighting fixture in a circular manner with slight spacing between every two cases. This makes the light spread out uniformly. You may hang this beautiful chandelier in any of your rooms. This nice creation costs around $1,500.
Misprint Watering Can
As the name suggests, this watering can is made of metal scrap that was once printed with defects. There were typographical errors in the painted content. While the original object did not sound linguistically correct, its reused and recycled version has turned out to be foolproof. Such a watering can may cost you around $48.
Upcycled Floppy Disk Notepad
Made of ancient floppy disks and recycled paper, this nice notepad would look quite innovative on your reading desk. Costing around $6, such an object reminds you of the older days’ technology.
Bike Chain Bowl
It may look unimaginable, but this creative bowl is made using recycled bike chains. You may just put any routine stuff in this bowl and place it on a side or coffee table. Priced at $88, you can also present this handmade bowl to your friends and loved ones.
This is a mesmerizing piece to place in your living room. Around 7,000 welds and 1,500 half-dollar coins are used to make this special chair. However, you will have to spend a huge sum of $59,000 to own this coin chair.
Waste materials can be recycled and reused to form a variety of innovative products that can enhance the decor of your home and make it look more innovative.