Recycling wine corks is a great way to add an amazing texture of natural cork to modern interior design and create unique home furnishings, kitchen backsplashes, and creative accents. Room furniture, wall art, floor mats, table decorations, candle holders, coasters, cork planters, message boards and other wall decorations are just a few examples of recycling corks for unique, Green designs.
Are you looking for inspirations? Look no further, as Lushome brings a fantastic collection of recycling ideas demonstrating how you can reuse wine corks in home decorating. Corks are an excellent material for DIY projects and recycled crafts. Handmade bulletin boards, coasters, wall decorations and home organizers made with wine corks bring unique texture into homes and add beautiful, warm, neutral color to a modern interior design.
Cork hails from the bark of the Cork Oak tree and is used to preserve wines. Wine is about chic, elegance, and sophistication, so wine corks can add chic to Green designs, make modern home furnishings look elegant while bringing natural sophistication into eco-friendly homes. Produced extensively in Portugal, cork is a fabulous, lightweight material, fire resistant, soft and providing excellent insulation.
Recycling cork ideas for modern interior design
Cork is a very soft and warm material, ideal for flooring, furniture decoration, artworks and craft ideas. It is an easy material to compress without changing its original shape. The simplest ways to reuse and recycle wine corks are to design new bottle stoppers, coasters, planters, place mats or small floor rugs.
Knobs, cork backsplash designs, furniture, and countertops made of recycled wine corks add incredible accents to modern interior decorating, bringing texture and warmth into homes.
Wine corks are environmentally friendly, perfect for an organic design. Cork stands out from other natural materials, offering beautiful, practical and Green ideas for home decorating.
Wine corks are biodegradable and renewable. Recycling makes this material turn into something else, new, creative and stylish. It is fascinating how people recycle cork, – even cork dust and residue pieces are used for fuel and making eco-friendly products for modern interior decorating.
by Ena Russ
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