1. Vintage Car Couch: First up, a vintage car turned into a gorgeous piece of modern furniture. We love the whole setup here, especially the tires as decor.
3. Fridge Couch: That’s right. This company turns refrigerators into seating. Our favorite part is definitely the built-in side table.
4. Cardboard Couch: Finally, a use for all those Amazon boxes you’ve been stockpiling in the garage.
5. Pallet Couch: This colorful number is made from a whole bunch of pallets and cheap Ikea mattresses. We love the sectional look.
6. Phone Booth Lounger: This sort of looks like something that would happen if a hurricane hit London, but we’re digging the playful vibe.
7. DIY Sod Sofas: You can always DIY it up with a little sod!!
8. Faceted Cardboard Couch: How gorgeous is this faceted piece? And yes, it’s made out of cardboard!
9. Recycled Fabric Scraps: This one screams shabby chic. The upholstery was made from a whole bunch of recycled fabric scraps. This would be a great way to update a flea market find.
10. Recycled Cork Lounger: This picture might be too dreamy for just any old cardboard lounger, but we are totally ready to get lost in that landscape.
11. Crib Couch: These bohemian interiors have more than color in common: Both feature couches made from old brass cribs!
12. Nickel Couch: We’re not sure that using coins to create a couch counts as upcyling. This armor-like piece was made using 6,400 nickels, setting you back $320.
13. DIY Clawfoot Bathtub Couch:
14. 1957 Chevy Bel Air: This trunk couch would make an incredible prop for a DIY photo booth, don’t you think?
15. Outdoor Daybed: Can we please live in this outdoor scene? We’re really digging the use of pipes as the edges of the daybed.
16. Bike Seat Sofa: And the award for least comfortable looking repurposed couch goes to…
17. Boat Stern Couch + Sail Cloth Pillows: Finally, a nautical hack. This little loveseat is made from the stern of a boat and is decorated with sail cloth pillows. So beachy.
What’s the coolest couch on this list? Have you created your own repurposed furniture? Talk to us in the comments below.