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7,400 Wine Corks Upcycled Into Patio Set

Solid cork. More than 7,400 corks make up each set, representing more than $110,000 in consumed wine. That, my friends, is awesome.

Use it on the patio, in the intimate nook of your outdoor kitchen, or toss the stools in the lake and used it as a float toy (some do). This set of three pieces – a bistro table and two stools – is for the oenophile in you and the ones you love.

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Jenny

I love the way these look! Although, I do wonder how all those corks are held together? Some types of adhesives can be pretty nasty.

I’m so excited to have stumbled upon this site! I’m just about to wrap up a series on upcycling on my new blog (jennycooper.org), so this will definitely come in handy! :)

Karen
Karen
Reply to  Jenny

Hi, can you guide us how to make these?

Cindi
Cindi

Hi, I’ve been saving my corks for something but I sure don’t have enough to make what you have. I love what you did with them but really what is holding them together. Can you really toss them in the lake and they will not come apart?

SEBASTIAN
SEBASTIAN

HI, PLEASE JUST TELL ME HOW YOU FIX UP THIS ALL CORKS TOGETHER, SO IT SHOULD BE NOT DESTROYED. IT LOOKS GREAT, I HAVE A LOT OF CORKS FROM MY RESTAURANT AND I WANT TO MADE MY OWN CHAIR:) WHAT KIND OF GLUE?

PLEEEEEEASE

Werner G. Butz
Werner G. Butz

As a Wine Consultant, Wine lover and Wine Connection Worldwide, I have collected Corks for over 30 years. After I did see your Bistro table I fell in love with the idea and created a table with most of the corks collected. This is a World Tour of Wines, my live that reminded me of so many wonderful visits in some many different wineries that this creation is again a trip around the World of Wines and the Corks.

Thank you very much for your original creation

HeatherStiletto
Reply to  Werner G. Butz

Wow what a cool story! If you make your own wine cork creation, we’d love to see it! Thanks, the team @ Recyclart.

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