How can I reuse wine crates and transform them into desks?

January 16th, 2012 - 

 

Shama’s designs are a reflection of the artist and have been described as inspirational, original, and bold by her many domestic and international clients. Sharma fell in love with this wine crate and apparently, it was quite hard to get rid of it. What a great idea to use this and transform it into a desk? This is a table made from (more…)

Recycled Wood Mosaic Church

January 15th, 2012 - 

Alex Iobus from Pittsburgh, United States confesses he is working in wood for about 20 years already. Love all his creations and I think these years of experience, plus the creative eye that searches for the perfect reclaimed wood are obvious. He experimented with faux finishing and he discovered the fact that nature and (more…)

Bracelet made from wood

January 13th, 2012 - 


 
Star it’s the owner of Stardesigns shop on Etsy. She makes a beautiful work and she has a great talent. This bracelet is made 100% from wood, it’s very strong, and can be worn in shower, pool, lake and in salty water. Duringtime, the skin oils will affect a little bit the colors of the bracelet. But this will give the precious dark brown look for (more…)

How can I make jewelry from wood?

January 7th, 2012 - 


 

The answer to this question is right here. An Italian artist found the answer: here are some creative wood slices that form a natural cluster necklace. BoisetRois is a shop from Italy that works with natural wood. Lovely necklaces that are so simple and so refined in the same time. Little ash wood’s slices, totally handmade and (more…)

How can I recycle wood and metal in a creative way?

December 21st, 2011 - 

 

Tutto Carly from Glendale, California, United States came with the idea of using and recycling pieces of wood and metal into pieces of art. Very creative and looking so great, these rustic artworks are sold also in set. They can be used as a decoration on a table, on a fireplace or Wall hanging. I love the combination of textures and the beautiful colorsthey have. The artist confesses: “I start from the conception of the piece, not as an end but as a means. I enjoy the process, I do not imagine a complete piece; here is where chemistry between (more…)