Cardboard is arguably one of the most useful bits of material that can be found in the everyday household. But its potential is often overlooked and underused. Far from just for holding stuff, this bountiful resource has many different and creative uses. So are here 5 inspired ways to better use cardboard to innovate your home.
Who would have thought that you could substitute heavy wooden shelves for light cardboard? With just a little applied physics and an innovative design, cardboard-made shelves can be made to hold severe weight. A perfectly creative and inexpensive way to add another bookshelf for those avid readers, and book collectors. With this idea, you can showcase your library with the added charm of DIY.
2. Stationary Box
Ever needed a way to organize all your stationary? This idea is well suited to solve that query. A wonderfully inventive DIY project that you can thoroughly use repeatedly in your home, or even in your workplace. Instead of relying on a standard store-bought set, why not craft your own to suit what you have?
3. Accessories Drawer
Why spent a hefty sum on a mass produced product, when you can make it yourselves for practically nothing; even adding your own personal flavor into it at the same time. Moreover, it allows you flexibility to craft it to suit your own accessories. No more hunting through store shelves for the perfect fit, simple adjust the design to what you need and craft away.
For those who run out of shoe space often, this practical approach is great way to lessen the load. Tired of those conventional racks? This innovative idea allows the opportunity to transform a standard home accessory into a stylistic decorative piece, turning conventional into fashionable.
5. Cardboard Sculptures
This idea is more for artistically inclined, however it also a more than suitable way to let out some those creative juices. A great DIY project to work on over the weekend that could result in a delightful art piece to show off in your home. Needless to say, it’s bound to cost a lot less than a marble one. Much easier to move around too 😉