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Top 74 Recycling Projects

  1. 61. Sunroom Bench From Salvage (00:04:23)

    Joanne Palmisano adds a built-in bench of salvaged wood to a sunroom.

  2. 62. How to Make Shelves From Old Wood Flooring

    DIY Network has instructions on how to turn salvaged wood into new wall shelves.

  3. 63. The Washington Mill (00:03:27)

    Challenges abound as the crew salvages the Washington Mill, in Mayodan, NC.

  4. 64. DIY Reclaimed-Wood Ceiling (00:01:00)

    Reclaimed wood is a great way to add character to your DIY ceiling project.

  5. 65. How to Refinish a Kitchen Recycle Center

    DIY Network experts show how a used, but still useful, kitchen cabinet can be given new life as a kitchen recycling center.

    Time:
    Weekend
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  6. 66. DIY Vent-Cover Transformation (00:01:00)

    Matt refurbishes old vent covers, creating unique bathroom works of art.

  7. 67. The James House (00:03:27)

    The crew salvages materials from the 1893 James house, in Hamlet, NC.

  8. 68. Salvaged-Items Kitchen Island (00:05:19)

    Joanne Palmisano refaces a kitchen island with salvaged wood and copper.

  9. 69. New Uses for Recycled Glass (00:01:00)

    From countertops to concrete, old glass bottles are taking on new lives.

  10. 70. The Bent Mountain Mill (00:03:17)

    The Bent Mountain Mill turns into a potential goldmine for the crew.

  11. 71. Ideas For Creating Upcycled Tables, Desks and Workstations

    DIY Network has creative ideas on how to upcycle vintage accessories and furniture for your home.

  12. 72. How to Build a Stone Raised Bed

    Learn how to build a raised garden bed using recycled concrete rubble recovered from an old patio as the border material.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  13. 73. The Robert E. Lee Hotel (00:03:17)

    The Robert E. Lee Hotel's 60 rooms present a salvage challenge to the crew.

  14. 74. Tool Organizers (02:58)

    Make a tool organizer by cleverly recycling a plastic sink dish holder.

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