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We offer a unique and affordable framing service, using recycled materials. All of our frames are recycled, reused, and vintage! “New” frames are brought in each week, which means our selection is wide and constantly changing. Our framing prices include, time, glass, and materials.

Reclaimed Space is a small house builder in Austin, Texas. They specialize in creating factory built homes using reclaimed building materials on the outer facades and all new material for the structural framing and roof. Before the house is brought by truck to the building site all construction is complete including insulation, wiring, and plumbing. A foundation has also been prepared prior to delivery so when the truck arrives the house is simply lowered and attached.

Pinner Wrote: In the center of the gardens, we placed old used wooden patio umbrella frames (also salvaged) which we secured to the outer frame with wire. Plastic greenhouse grade sheeting was placed over the top and secured to the upper frame with strapping. At the base of each side “wall” we rolled the plastic around, and secured it to 8’, 1” x 2” lumber scraps, added hooks and eyes, and voila!…our greenhouses.

Very simple tutorial on how to build a veggie garden using recycled materials. This backyard raised garden bed is made from corrugated tin with a wood frame. Grow your own vegetables and produce in your backyard to be more sustainable www.mybrownpaperpackages.com

25 Stunning Sculptures Made From Recycled Toys

<b>Australian artist Freya Jobbins makes amazing art with old toys.</b> Giuseppe Arcimboldo reincarnated in the NSW bush.

10 Amazing Recycled Houses

Dan Phillips builds gorgeous low-income houses almost completely out of salvaged materials, from picture frames to disused wood to license plates. “You can’t defy the laws of physics or building codes,” he told the New York Times, “but beyond that, the possibilities are endless.” Photo by Michael Stravato for The New York Times.

A greenhouse built from used windows. With a solar powered fan for air circulation and a gutter that directs rainwater into a 200-gallon barrel. Wonder if himself fancies a little project?