Upcycled décor can be a tricky look to pull off. If your design skills are up to the task, you succeed with a stunning, shabby chic statement space that creates unique appeal with innovative recreations. On the other hand, dare we even imagine it, you are left with a ramshackle collection of reused items that make guests long to return to their own homes. So sad.
Luckily, we have a team of incredible visual designers to glean inspiration from. Their resourcefulness and design finesse can turn even cardboard boxes into a sensational display. Pretty impressive, right? If you’re ready to get your feet wet in the waters of reclaimed home décor, we suggest trying one of these inventive creations from our showroom.
What’s Your Favorite Home Décor Upcycle?
DIY Wood Pallet Home Dècor
Looking for a simple trick to add rustic charm to your home? Look no further.
Best paired with: Embrace cozy, casual furniture and weathered finishes to pair with reclaimed wood pallet home décor. You can display a framed photo, hang throw blankets or string up unique lighting on the slatted surface.
DIY Book Page Home Dècor
Do you still enjoy the gratifying rustle of flipping a book page? Here’s a décor trick to showcase your love of literature.
Best paired with: Choose décor that contrast with the clean lines of a book page. Opt for organic, rounded edges or ornate, traditional shapes like this elegant Augustin Mirror. Don’t worry about decorating inside the lines. Feel free to hang off the borders of your paper collage. And for the books you’re not willing to tear pages out of, check out our unique bookcases.
DIY Cardboard Box Home Dècor
Don’t know what to do with all those leftover moving boxes? Here’s an out-of-the-box idea. (Yeah, we went there.)
Best paired with: Use clean, angled shapes to complement this boxy DIY home décor. Have fun pairing your stackable box shelves with a bold, geometric rug or a chrome-barred end table. You can also add lively pops color by framing vibrant accent pillows within this cardboard décor.
DIY Folders Home Dècor
Back-to-school sales are insanely cheap, so we can’t blame you for overdoing it only to wind up storing stacks of unused folders at home. Here’s a cool way to display the extras.
Best paired with: Use a chic, distressed cabinet as the foundation of your colorful paper cascade. If you run out of folders, you can always use newspaper pages or bright sheets of copy paper to fill in the empty spaces. We also love this industrial Toledo Table Lamp against the vivid background.
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