Vintage Drawer Handles & Pallet Wood Into Mirror

By coruja.marcos

It’s a mirror frame made out of pallet wood, vintage drawer handles, and barbed wire. The mirror itself and the pallet were in a street bin, the vintage drawer handles […]

Upcycled Mirror Set Becomes Window Treatment

By pattysgreenart

Upcycle some vintage dresser mirror sets into a one of a kind window treatment!

Upcycled Kitchen Mirror Makes Room Look Huge!

By PJ1Priestley

free wood from the trash cans of the local hardware store. 12 dollars worth of mirrors from the dollar store, free shelf from House of Charity that was going to be thrown away.

Upcycled Mirror Frame Helps Plants Grow!

By PJ1Priestley

We moved from one apartment to the other side with little window space for my purple potatoes, rose, ginger, onions and rosemary. I picked up a light and one of my screens was too big for the window but fit my mirrors as if I’d made it for them. So a star was born.

Driftwood Mirror Frame: The Eyes Have It!

By GillsNakedDriftwood

I made this Driftwood Mirror Frame using delicate sun-bleached wood. Then I affixed glass eye cabochons to the delicate, entwined pieces. Get to the beach and get collecting that driftwood […]

Upcycled Door Becomes This Mirrored Coat Rack

By Neokentin

Don’t waste the wood if you’re doing a remodel! Look how an Upcycled Door Becomes This Mirrored Coat Rack with just a bit of creativity and a few simple parts! Dress […]

10 Beautiful Ways to Repurpose Oyster Shells

By Neokentin

It’s the first time we share with you some ideas of decorations made from upcycled Oyster shells! Oyster shells are relatively easy to find, you can find some of them […]

My Recycled Pallet Projects


We use to make our furniture mainly recycled pallet & reclaimed wood.

Recycled DIY Projects: How To Make Plastic Spoons & Mirror Wall Decor

By Ananvita

Tired of running errands I packed my little niece’s toys in her basket, I discovered she had broken my compact powder case, and the mirror had fallen out of the compact powder box. So I was sitting down on my patio with a hot coffee and I thought to make some kind of a recycled wall decor idea for my blank and boring wall of the patio attached to my backyard.I had a weekend party at my place a few days back that left me with a whole bunch of plastic spoons. So I decided to make this lovely plastic spoon and mirror wall decor. All I needed was a few of very basic craft supplies and I set my imagination to work. An excellent craft idea for beginners like me, I was ecstatic to be making a best out of the waste craft. It took me hardly 1 or 2 hours to complete it, and It just took my mundane wall up to a new level. Now every time I sip some hot coffee sitting on my patio, I watch my creation hanging on the wall with pride.

It Was A Tatty Mirror

By Annie Sewell

I had this drab tatty mirror, so begged, borrowed, anything shine you broken from friends and families and bought stuff from junk shops and car boot sales and made a mirror […]

6 Upcycling Projects to Improve Your Lawn’s Look

By Neokentin

As spring break passes around the country, summer has come into view, and now is the time to ready your yard for the season-best spent outdoors. However, after a long, […]

Mirror From 64 Repurposed Wood Blocks

By Gerry Mckenna

Mirror from 64 blocks of wood hand sanded, fired, stained, and coated with 3 coats of yacht varnish.

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