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The decorative week: A thousand and one ideas to recycle your old junk

This week the blogesphere is loaded with very interesting ideas to recycle everything we have around us, be it old furniture, materials or objects or even the very organic waste. In the decorative week we offer you a thousand and one ideas to recycle your old junk in beautiful decorative pieces.

Yes, yes, as you hear, you knew that with coffee grounds you can make a thousand and one virguerías, from beautiful lamps to a mushroom crop. Raul Lauri has created beautiful lamps made with coffee grounds, with the same material you can create beautiful bowls, lamps and other decorative products, if you want to know more discover it in My Philips world.

From coffee grounds to make lamps, we go to the recycling of old or disused doors and windows to decorate walls that I talk about in my decoration and design blog Maria Victrix. In this case we see a beautiful application in the French restaurant Bistrot Bon Restaurant in Bucharest, Romania. Use this resource as a decorative element, add old doors of all colors, formats and styles to the walls, to give warmth and originality to the space.

Too use the windows to create dividing walls and cabinets, and thus create different environments and spaces, as if they were reserved. By using windows they divide the space, make the restaurant more cozy and intimate and continue to let in the light.

And speaking of recycling, important date on July 5 in Figueres, for all those DIY lovers, the design and recycling, Dizaina, the market of independent designers, returns to us one more year, Kireei reminds us in her blog.

The Blue Bike shows us how to recycle wood and other objects of industrial origin in our decoration, such as pallets, cable reels, wooden boxes, ... Makes a succulent selection of ideas low cost for our home Here you have two beautiful ideas to give character to your bedroom spending very little.

If your house is full of junk I demodied, inherited family heirlooms that horrify you, which you don't want to get rid of because of your emotional attachment to them, Little Muna gives us a solution to show them off. We propose to reuse those old-fashioned or obsolete photo frames, Little Muna gives us a tutorial on how to do it in a simple and fun way.

We ended up with a fantastic idea for summer verbenas from The Screw You Miss, which shows us a beautiful way to recycle your jars of tomato, jam and tuna to make some charming lanterns, Ideal for a summer party on your terrace, garden or on the beach. With this beautiful and summery idea I say goodbye and wish you a happy Sunday!

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