Ryan Cox used a stencil (from Royal Design Studios) to create the living room’s ornately patterned walls. Photo by Emily Minton Redfield.
“Historically designated neighborhoods do a great job protecting the exteriors of historical homes, but we’re losing our historical interiors,” Ryan says. “Every renovation strips away more and more of the original character, and we lose a lot of the workmanship that went into the build.”
Source: How a Couple Saved This Curtis Park Gem | 5280
The free PalletFest upcycling event is taking place in Sculpture Park, located on Speer Blvd. & Champa in Denver, CO, on October 11th and12th, and will feature live music, art, an upcycled fashion show, food and beer, a team “Pallet Build Off,” pallet parkour, a pallet maze, and more. Everything for the festival will be built from recycled shipping pallets, and attendees will get an opportunity to see ideas for creating furniture and other functional items for their home and yard, as well as view upcycled art made from items originally considered to be trash.
via Everything is built out of recycled pallets at the PalletFest upcycling festival : TreeHugger.
What started as a pile of wooden pallets is now in the process of becoming Colorado’s first major upcycling festival, set for October in Denver.
via Upcycle Events now raising funds for PalletFest, Denver’s first major upcycling fest | Westword.