(Photo courtesy of Kai Liu)
Have an old piano handy? If you did, you'd be able to do this.
Witness the piano bar at Preserve 24
, a restaurant and working art installation in Manhattan's Lower East Side and our choice for where to eat
in Lonny's June 2013 issue
. (Source: Lonny)
That's not all that is repurposed: there's a chandelier made from recycled bakers' peels, a staircase crafted with parts from a Victorian-era railroad bridge—even a raw bar made from an old oyster-fishing boat shipped in from California's Tomales Bay.(Source: Lonny)
Granted, this kind of repurposing isn't for your average DIY-er. What kinds of projects are you looking forward to starting?