Good World Goods — upcycling
New Handmade Dragonfly! Patio or Poolside Decor
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Why did I choose this glaze? Finishing a bench.
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Upsycled dresser to a desk with hidden compartment for under $87
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DIDIYOn a Dime with this vintage dresser, which also has a secret compartment. No drawers? Don't throw it away. We turned ours into a great desk perfect for homework, crafting or use as a secretary for doing your bills and paperwork. We love this trash to treasure before and after. Leave us a comment if you have any questions or want to see something specific. Thanks everyone!
Highlights of a custom job
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A client asked us to change her old entertainment unit into a kitchen piece that would fit her specific needs. With some minor reconstruction and painting here are some highlights of that job.Your pieces or ours, ask Good World Goods what we can do for you!
Swedish Government Pays Citizens To Fix Their Broken Things Instead Of Throwing Them Away
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Shopping Fair Trade is important for many reasons, including economic, but did you know that most fairly traded goods we carry are created with recycled goods? We need more of this. Here is an interesting article by earthables. Photostock-Israel via EarthPrintsOnDemand The Swedish government has found a way to help promote its people to throw away less and reuse more. They are now offering tax deductions to people who take their damaged or broken belongings to a professional repair place, as opposed to simply throwing them out and buying new. From clothes to computers and everything in between, Sweden will...