12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects


We love recycling projects so much, because we are fascinated by the process of creating something new and beautiful from an old and seemingly useless object. The beauty lies in the fact that almost every old item can be recycled and the result depends only on us. Instead of gathering more and more waste, which our consumerist society tends to create without pause, why not transform objects and give them a new purpose? Below you will find a selection of creative and highly unique recycling projects that you too can try out at home. Our favorite one is the flipped boat that has been transformed into an outdoor storage unit, perfect for a vintage porch or garden.






19 Responses to “12 Creative And Highly Unique Recycling Projects”

  1. Kandi Roche says:

    Very creative…Loved the unique recycling. Thank you.

  2. David says:

    Just wanted to say great idea with the shovels! They can alsi be used as great sleds in the snow!!!

  3. kathy says:

    I just love the challenge of repurposing.

  4. Linda says:

    I love these. Quite clever.

  5. Robert Walker says:

    How can anything be highly unique? Unique is an absolute, something’s either unique or it isn’t!

    • Rusty says:

      Sprare me……please

      • John D. says:

        I feel ya Rusty. Derpy derp derp – i have nothing productive to add so I will break down each piece of grammar and lambaste the author! Go troll Huffpost or AOl

    • garry gross says:

      You come here to learn or just to show everyone how smart you think you are?

    • westwingpotus says:

      I’m reminded of this conversation from the Big Bang Theory:

      Stuart: Oh, Sheldon, I’m afraid you couldn’t be more wrong.

      Sheldon: More wrong? Wrong is an absolute state and not subject to gradation.

      Stuart: Of course it is. It’s a little wrong to say a tomato is a vegetable, it’s very wrong to say it’s a suspension bridge.

  6. Roy Gonzales says:

    Very creative! I love the first idea. It looks very comfortable although it is made of wood and steel.I am so happy when I find so many good ideas. Most of them can be done at home. Thank you, guys.

  7. Roger says:

    The shovel handle bench saddened me. About half are highly collectable in the WWII Jeep circles. Some worth 100’s of $.

  8. Abby says:

    I love the spoon idea. How are they attached to the board, please?

  9. kathy says:

    Looks like the most uncomfortable chairs (shovels) ever…what is this person thinking!!!!

  10. susan says:

    Isn’t this called upcycling? Not recycling.

  11. Helen says:

    Inspired – just love the bench would look amazing on our farm for our festival style celebrations at GreenAcre Events.

  12. ahşap merdiven says:

    I love the spoon idea. How are they attached to the board, please?

  13. TL says:

    The seats would be too hot to sit on in the summer. Under the shade or porch where the sun doesn’t bear down on them.

  14. n says:

    Why do negative people like you even bother commenting. Keep it to yourself. Please!

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