Grandma was an Upcycler !

Whats´s old new again, but with a twist. Upcycling is the process of transforming useless materials into products of better quality and environmental value.

Some of the best examples of modern-day upcycling come from the 1930s and 40s when families had very little economic or material resources. Turning an old door into a dining table, plastic toys into a lamp or cardboards into a bed.

Using resources that already exist, make you part of a circular economy. An economy that constantly reuses their resources and herewith supports the environment.

Ask your grandma how she upcycled unused items !