Reusing materials that we don’t use or that are wasted is a great way to decorate the home. And most of the time you don’t need a lot of investment to assemble a new object, just with some materials it is possible to transform a nice cell phone or a door objects with things that exist in your house.

One example is food cans, whether traditional cans or teas, which are great for making mini vegetables. They can be made in a number of ways, coating with a fabric of your favorite print and hanging on the wall, or just leaving it visible by painting with spray paint. It creates a nice effect either in the kitchen or on the balcony suspended by a cord or a metal wire.

Another nice way to assemble a piece of furniture is to use wooden boxes that we find at trade shows to bear the fruit. Painting with an ink of the color of your preference can be converted into door shoes, clothes rack, book door and etc. If you prefer to install casters to have flexible furniture. If you want, you can also carry multiple boxes on the wall, which creates the same alcove effect.

The idea of ​​the lamp can be created by glass pots, without the lid we can support candles or such lights in wire that leave a romantic and intimate air in the environment.

There are many materials that we can recycle to be part of the ambience of our home. Check out more ideas in 50 ways to make amazing objects with them:

Figure 1 – Door portrait as a support for objects

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Picture 2 – Pet bottles turned into mini vegetable garden

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Image 3 – Remains of wood turned into bar

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Figure 4 – Lid for pencil organizer

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Figure 5 – Wooden box turned into a small table

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Image 6 – Glass candle holder

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Picture 7 – picture frame as door photo

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Figure 8 – Glass decorated pots

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Image 9 – A bottle of drink in the accessory port

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Picture 10 – PVC pipes coated with adhesive paper

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Image 11 – Vinyl disc in the seat

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Figure 12 – Buttons for creating the frame

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Image 13 – Xicaras transformed into a lamp

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Photo 14 – Painted tires converted into benches

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Image 15 – Soda water in the shape of a cat turned into a pot

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Picture 16 – lamp with globe

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Image 17 – Wine can transformed into cup holder

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Image 18 – Magazine rack with wooden board

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Figure 19 – Ironing board for door accessories of sewing

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Picture 20 – Glasses with glued on printed fabric

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Image 21 – Candlesticks with recycled objects

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Image 22 – Kitchen accessories transformed into a lamp

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Image 23 – Furniture covered with printed fabric

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Photo 24 – Bottles with metallic paint

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Image 25 – Tea caddies to support spices

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Picture 26 – Plastic bottles attached to the wall

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Picture 27 – Binder painted with blackboard paint for door remains

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Image 28 – Glass pots in retro style

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Fig. 29 – Glass bottle for the door bird ration

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Figure 30 – Old drawer painted in geometric shapes

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Image 31 – Wooden box transformed into a shoe holder

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Picture 32 – Door spices in wooden box

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Picture 33 – Bottles become table decorations

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Picture 34 – Glasses to decorate the party

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Photo 35 – Wooden pallet transformed into sofa with shelf

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Picture 36 – Blue painted stones to support the bench

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Picture 37 – Glass bottle for snack pot

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Image 38 – Lights in glass pots

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Picture 39 – Heart-shaped newspaper cut on cell phone

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Picture 40 – Painted metal cans to decorate the wall

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Figure 41 – Sink bench with bicycle

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Figure 42 – Wooden boxes covered with fabric to decorate the wall

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Figure 43 – Wooden board with pallets

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Figure 44 – Wooden kitchen door accessories

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Figure 45 – Bathroom carpet made with seashells

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Picture 46 – Kitchen spatula to support candles

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Picture 47 – Fruit jars painted to support the wall

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Picture 48 – Vase made of nails

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Image 49 – Fruit door with wooden box

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Picture 50 – Food cans that have been turned into a vegetable garden

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