Industrial Lighting Fixtures
Urban Hardware’s Etsy Shop has shown a great way to use bed springs to turn ordinary bulbs into lighting fixtures that can give an industrial feel to a room in which they are added.
Karin at Hometalk has created these trellises for her garden by cleverly re-purposing old bed springs.
A Fabric Organizer
Image via: Laurie Wisbrun
A Wine Rack
Dishfunctional Designs has shared a great way to create wine storage with a no-money rack made from old bed springs. That is ingenious!
Bed Spring Snowmen
Candace at Rusted Roots combined old rusted bed springs with buttons and snowman ornaments and made these super cute snowmen. These would be great for the upcoming Christmas holiday decor.
Etsy Shop The Yankee Belle has created these awesome candle holders by recycling old and rusty bed springs. They would make a great decor for a vintage or industrial wedding theme.
A Jewelry Holder
The Yankee Belle via Etsy has another inspiring idea to recycle a bed spring. Simply use it to organize your jewelry collection.
A Bed Spring Wreath
Carlene at Organized Clutter got this wonderful wreath from her sister in law that is made with old bed springs. This is just superb!
A Christmas Tree
Image via: Itsy Bits and Pieces
An Outdoor Wall Accent
Meredith Swinehart at Gardenista has shared a wonderful idea to recycle old bed springs into an outdoor wall art. This is fantastic!
Old Bed Springs Cross
Pamela at From My Front Porch to Yours has created a wonderful cross by fixing old bed springs on a wooden plaque.
Terracotta Pot Holders
Flea Market Gardening has got a way to display your mini terracotta pot planters. Simply rethink some bed springs and perch the planters in them.
A Bird Feeder
Laurie Boyer Lan B Designs and Draperies at Pinterest has created a grape jelly feeder for birds by rethinking a bed spring and a small glass dish. You can also put some tea cup or other container filled with seeds inside a spring to make a bird feeder.