Monday, March 7, 2016

The Upcycled Garden Volume 7: Using Recycled Salvaged Materials In Your Garden

What better way to showcase those worn and imperfect antiques and flea market finds than to incorporate them into your garden landscape? This is the perfect way to personalize your outdoor haven and add character to your garden! Take a look at these charming examples of ways you can add architectural salvage and vintage finds - recycled and repurposed - to your garden! 



Upcycled silver tray and glass vase wall pocket by Unchanging Grace via Etsy



Vertical garden with succulents on a Rat Surfboard by Bacchus’ Garden, Del Mar, California.
image via Wallace Gardens






Hanging framed mirrors add dimension and interest to your garden. via Pinterest








Garden totem made from old lamp parts


Garden gate made from an old Singer sewing machine base




Birdfeeder made from an old bird bath, tractor discs, a chicken feeder and 
a trailor hitch ball.


Paint a checkerboard on an old tree stump


Wood pallet garden bench potting station


Upcycled colander garden light with beads & baubles


Garden hideaway made from salvaged materials

Crystal wind chime by Crystalysium




Old cast iron headboard as a trellis makes makes a great backdrop for your garden



Mason jars + wire + votive candles



Craft a lounge swing from old wood pallets, heavy duty rope, and lounge cushions.




Any bright color works great to liven up a garden. 
My favorites are purple and turquoise.






An old door makes a charming addition to a garden







Awesome sheltered bench made from an old boat from Tattered Rose 


Do you use salvaged and repurposed items in your own garden? 
Please leave a comment below! 


Enjoy the rest of your week! 
Love, Laura




My broken china jewelry is always available for purchase at https://www.etsy.com/shop/dishfunctionldesigns



10 comments:

  1. Upcycled gardens are my favorite. I loooove that plant filled retro car :) I wish I had my own garden to pla y with!

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  2. What a wonderful idea to use old things in the garden. I also have a garden and I will definitely do something like

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    1. Hey Laura, beautiful unique garden ideas. love it.... will certainly try some of them, have to figure out what...so many. thanks for sharing. Angie Canada

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  3. So many beautiful ideas. Thank you for your lovely site, really enjoyed it. I also looked at your Etsy store and your jewelry is gorgeous!

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  4. Love all these ideas.. have a few of my own too..

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  5. thanks for featuring my bird feeder. you can find my other things on Rusty Ranch, on pinterest and facebook. Jeff Carter

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