4 Upcyling Websites to Inspire You on National Upcycling Day

4 Upcyling Websites to Inspire You on National Upcycling Day

The art of upcycling (repurposing waste into cool designs), has risen over recent years. If you’re one of those people who love to get crafty with the way your recycle, then take a look at these five blogs and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of zero waste design!

Happy National Upcycling Day from us at ATTYRE!

1. Upcycle Studio

Upcycle StudioMojo CaseFounded in 2013, Sydney based blog Upcycle Studio was created by a team of people “passionate about good design as they are about our planet.” The blog is particularly focussed on fashion and homewares, and they even have a shop where you can purchase contemporary upcycled pieces such as messenger bags made from reclaimed truck tubes and MOJO cases (their own brand), made from repurposed suitcases and house speakers, for a truly retro feel!

2. Upycled Treasures

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Want to clear out your old clutter and redesign your home at the same time? Upcycled Treasures is a useful blog to bookmark, as it covers all areas of upcycled home DIY, from lighting to storage to decor.

Founders and married couple Katie and Eric are upcycle enthusiasts from Georgia who want to share their projects with you. So go on and get stuck in! Have a few spare hours free, because we’re warning you, this is one addictive blog!

 

Upcycle That

3. Upcycle That

If you’re looking for a serious dose of upcycle inspiration, look no further. Upcycle That is a lovely little blog that features the best of repurposed design, inspiring ideas for the home, outdoors and more.

They curate and create the most creative of zero waste ideas, with a section dedicated to materials you could use for yourself at home.

 

 

 

4. Upcyclist 

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Upcyclist takes all the most exciting happenings around the upcycling world, bringing you the best in repurposed design.

From upcycled street art to abstract jewellery made from pastic dolls, who knew other people’s waste could be so interesting!

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