DIY Sisal Ottoman Made From A Tire
This is one of those DIY projects that made my jaw fall open in amazement. Seriously. Nikki from That Was A What?! made a sisal-looking ottoman from an old tire and several bags of manila rope. It sounds crazy, but the result is pretty amazing!
Isn’t that incredible?! It looks like an expensive sisal ottoman to me. But I promise, it started out looking like this…
I’ve seen people upcycle tires into some pretty creative things (garden beds and such), but this one definitely takes the cake!
To see the whole process of turning a tire into a sisal-look ottoman, head over to That Was A What?!
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I what a great use for an old tire. No would ever know that ottoman was a tire unless you told them. I looks amazing. What a transformation.
wow! that is truly amazing!
I’ve never seen a tyre used in this way in my life! It’s fantastic. She’s extremely talented. I couldn’t do that in a year!
Wow! Never would have guessed that was a tire – amazing!!
Very cool! I wonder if the chairs are also “an old something else”!
I love it! So gorgeous!!
I really appreciate natural, real, unadorned but with a touch of modern architecture design. You showed here an amazing master piece. I gravitate toward unique, one of a kind works of art.
This is the most awesome upcyle ever – as in I am in awe. This is the reason I read blogs. One post like this will keep me wading through all the posts where someone just repaints a piece of furniture.
This is ah—mazing. I am totally inspired!! However, there directions are no longer on her website. Do you have them? I would l-o-v-e a copy…please, oh please!!
oops…meant to write “the directions (not there)” – typing too fast!! 🙂
You have to pay for the directions now.