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Walk into Ace, uptown’s newest trendy hotspot, and the first thing you’ll notice is how cohesive the space feels for a place that contains three unique entities – a restaurant, a bar (ok, these two typically go together), and a ping-pong hall. Yes that is correct, a ping-pong hall. These entities blend together seamlessly due to the vision of restaurateur Josh Wolkon, the brainchild behind other popular Denver eateries such as Steuben’s and Vesta Dipping Grill. The space is loft-like, with high arched ceilings, exposed brick, and large glass windows. The cohesiveness however, is due to Ace’s decorative theme, one which can only be described as “reclaimed and upcycled cool” - a style that we here at Revampt aim to perfect. The use of recycled materials throughout the space is what caught our attention to this hip uptown hangout.
It's hard for us here at Revampt believe that it's already October! Where did the summer go? But with October comes fall, which means changing leaves, pumpkin spice latte's, sweater weather (except it's been so hot lately!), annnnd our favorite part - the baseball post season! And although our beloved Rockies didn't have the best showing this year, we're excited to see which teams will make it to the World Series. This fun baseball-inspired DIY bracelet/keychain will surely make any baseball fan smile. Supplies you'll need: an old baseball and an Xacto knife.
Each baseball can make two bracelets - or keychains for your male friends. Let us know what you think! Have any of you out there tried this project before?
What are your predictions for teams in the World Series?
What does the lighting in your home say about you? Is it warm and inviting? Bright and industrial? Whatever your style, lighting is key to achieving the design aesthetic you implement . While most often lighting goes unnoticed, we have some bright new ideas to spice up the lighting in your home. Check out some of these upcycled lighting ideas and get inspired!
This week’s blog post is dedicated to the odd and funky, yet fun and useful ways to upcycle ordinary household objects to create a new utility. Most of these ideas require little to no constructions – so those of us who weren’t born with a crafty gene need not worry! Like I said, there are just some fun ways to turn everyday household objects into newer things!
I LOVE this idea for a medium to large sized dog - the food and water are placed conviniently at their level!
I've seen plenty of ladder shelves in my day. But this is an actual ladder given a new purpose in someone's home
How many different ways can you think to use an old rusty rake?
If you’ve ever been into Revampt, you know that we love nothing more than to help customers create personalized pieces of furniture that they will cherish for years to come. This love is second only to the enjoyment we get from the looks of amazement people have when they browse through our store and discover new things made from older materials. Backpacks made from bicycle tires? Coasters from old road signs? Chairs from red wine barrel staves - you’ve got to be kidding me! These are just some things we overhear daily at Revampt. But in addition to astounding the public with our unique, hand-made, upcycled products, we also seek to inspire individuals to find ways to revamp parts of their own lives. That’s why we’ve decided to start this blog to share some simple and fun upcycling projects you can try at home.
This week’s upcycling theme is PALLETS!! Used in the shipping industry, pallets are typically an inexpensive species of lumber. They are used a few times then scrapped. This makes them the perfect candidate for a DIY upcycling project! Get inspired by the many uses of pallets in the images below.
Pallet Wine Rack
Hallelujah! Summer is finally upon us! With the abundance of sunny and warm days, we here at Revampt thought it was time to re-plant our summer garden! This year we thought we'd switch things up a bit and plant some fruits, veggies, in addition to flowers and succulents. Come by today and check out how things are growing! Below is a picture of Revampt employee's Amanda and Suzannah planting away!
Big thanks to Sunset Magazine for featuring Revampt in the "Editor's Pick" section of their August issue! Check out the article below:
Thank you Colorado Homes and Lifesytles for the great article about Revampt.
This beautiful one-of-a-kind vanity was made from reclaimed building materials. The amazingly unique doors are fashioned from reclaimed tin and copper. Call or come in today to have one built for your bathroom, wet-bar, or kitchen!
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