Junktion: Discarded Stuff Finds New Purpose

Junktion: Discarded Stuff Finds New Purpose

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Sarah Rae Smith
Apr 12, 2010

Junktion was founded in 2008 in Tel Aviv to bring new life to what had already been classified as junk by the city and its inhabitants. Their work is simply stunning and it's where practical meets edgy and industrial with a side of humor and creativity. We can't say enough about their projects, so if there's only one thing you read online today — make it this, it surely won't disappoint!

Earlier today, we featured one more idea from the Junktion crew: this snazzy shoe storage system created from a discarded pallet. You can find each of the ideas above on their website. Can you guess what each one is made from? There are side tables, coffee tables, candle holders, benches clocks and more! Each one is made from things that have been discarded and have found life as a new item, even if it's a little Frankenstein-y. Our favorite is the first piece pictured above, the interior of a refrigerator door, mounted inside a discarded frame. We hate it when we don't think of the cool stuff first!

For more inspiration and to find out the details on each item listed above check out Junktion and we promise it will get your creative juices flowing.

(Image: Junktion)

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