When you think about decorating your home, the first thing that comes in the mind is to buy first-hand home decor art pieces from some reputed brands of the market, some unique art pieces which nobody would have in their home and after buying people should appreciate your choice and taste.
But after paying huge money, if you end up buying the same old fashion art pieces which are not unique, handmade and Eco-friendly then probably your decision is not wise.
Instead of wasting so much money, indycult suggest you decorate your home by reusing, recycling the daily waste materials which you would have never imagined can be reused, all its requires is just creativity which you can put into the waste materials and decorate your home.
You can buy home décor items online from indycult.com or can create amazing home furnishings and embellish your homes with recycled materials. You do not need to throw away unwanted things in the garbage.
You can give these objects a new life by using them in your home decoration.
This way, you also prevent damage to the planet and help it remain healthy for the people.
We list below five waste products that can be recycled and reused as a home décor item.
- Old newspapers- Indycult is recycling the Old waste newspapers can be reused to make handmade paper productsto decorate your home. we recycled waste paper and make it into paper mache and with that, we make a range of handmade, unique, eco-friendly home decor are pieces, you can check out our paper mache art gallery on our website, all these Door Eye hole art pieces are made up of recycled paper mache.
- Spark Plugs- Every day lakhs of spark plugs are getting thrown out from our vehicles, so indycult decided to use the waste and make something useful for our daily use, so our artist made a unique Door Hanger, the cloth hanger to put behind the door.
Buy our Unique, robust designed Door Hanger form our website and help us to recycle, up cycle more and more waste materials, your contribution will directly help our environment.
- Cardboards: Due to the plastic ban the packaging industry is moving towards the paper, paper cardboards, wrappers, and many more ways, due to which every year more than 4 billion trees are getting chopped off, so address this issue, indycult is recycling the waste cardboards and made unique home decor art pieces.
A hanging bird, a set of 6 birds with bell so more it flies in air more you hear the changing sound, hand pained in unique, vibrant colours which you can hang it anyplace such as both side of your curtains.
- Bottles- We all have plenty of bottles strewn all over our houses. It can be plastic bottles, glass bottles, or any other. These soft drinks and liquor bottles and even water and oilcans can be used as candle holders.
You can cut the neck of these bottles, give it an even finishing and refurbish them into a utility glass item.You can use all of these bottles as glasses to drink from.
You can also put real or artificial flowers in the wine bottles and use it as a flower vase. You can also use these empty glass bottles as pendant lamps by putting a bulb and wire inside it.
- Old Utensils- Use the leftover bowls plates and spoons as wall décor. You can hang them on the wall by screwing it.
Besides, you can paint your plain white utensils by using old nail paint and make it look attractive and abstract. Once dried, this chinaware would dazzle as if it was brand new.
- Light Bulbs – The old traditional light bulbs may not be in use lately, but it can be used as a great home décor item. You can remove the bulb filament and can fill the glass frame with water, flower stems and hang them in the style of a pendant.
You can also paint the light bulbs in different colors and abstract designs and use them to decorate your room. You can transform these bulbs into an oil lamp by filling it with water and placing a wick inside.
The above ideas will not only help you in decorating your homes in the cheapest and easiest ways possible but also in preserving nature and our planet. So, go green and eco-friendly by using the above products and ideas, for more details please visit our website: www.indycult.com