As more people become conscious of recycling, reusing, and upcycling objects to get the most use out of them and lessen waste, ideas lie the Upcycling Project by Ryan Jongwoo Choi are definitely much needed. Ryan has designed a clever bottle cap that is versatile to fit all kinds of containers so that they can be reused.
Ideas for upcycled glass bottles, recycled plastic bottles, and upcycled jars are constantly sought after by those who are resourceful, particularly creative home decorators. You often see suggestions for reuse on places like Pinterest or Upcycle That. The Upcycling bottle cap is one of the easiest ways to upcycle containers, whether for decoration or reuse.
The clever cap is designed with an allusion to plant life with its sprout-like flare that doubles as an easy-pour spout when needed. It is closeable, meaning if you wanted to upcycle used wine bottles into containers for perishable items, they can stay safe from exterior contaminants.
There are 2 versions of the cap – 1 for thinner bottle tops like wine bottles or soda bottles, and 1 for round bottles or jars like pickle jars or jelly jars. It would come with 3 different stopper options: closed, pour, or sift.
The Upcycling Project is an excellent solution as people become more economical. It is one in a lineup of great projects on which Ryan has worked, so be sure to check out his portfolio for more great ideas!
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