As a kid, I loved playing on an old tire swing that my Dad has made. As I grew, the more I talked to people it appeared many friends had an old car tire in their home. Your worn tire is probably stacked away in your garage taking up space or in the trunk of your vehicle where it’ll never see the light of day. You didn’t even realize that keeping that tire is a great idea.
In my opinion, round furniture is stylish for your home decor. Think of it round dining tables or even an ottoman is hard to refuse. I love it, but I don’t like the hit it can take on my bank account. We’re all trying to budget nowadays so why not work with what we have at home? Now is when your old tire comes in handy!
If you’re thinking of getting new furniture, or maybe your kids are asking for new outdoor toys this summer, then your answer is just sitting in your garage. The car tire can convert to all of these pieces and meet for all your needs With just a few simple modifications and a bit of your time, that tire can be transformed into something you’ll greatly enjoy!
Don’t believe me? Let’s take a look at what some creative people did with their old car tire.
Recycled Tire Turned Gorgeous Planter
Tutorial via hometalk.com
I love what she did to create this planter for her outside deck! It adds such depth and dimension to your patio plus it’s such a pleasing pot to look at!
Old Fashioned Tire Swing
Tutorial via livedan330.com
Of course, this is one of my favorite things to use for a tire! I remember having so much fun as a child, and now that we already have this in our garage makes a simple toy for the family kids to enjoy for hours outdoors this summer. We’ve already had tire swing races on who can stay on the longest without getting super dizzy.
Dog Bed From A Recycled Tire
Tutorial via practicallyfunctional.com
You can’t forget your pets when thinking of bed for them. Sometimes they are so expensive but add a cushion and some spray paint to customize your furry friends new sleeping spot, and you’re in business! How comfy do this little pup look and all for under $30 to make. Mindblown!
Old Tire Kids Hammock
Tutorial via shareable.net
I never thought of this idea until I saw this tutorial. What a fun way to relax for your kids when the days are getting warmer. They could even paint their tire swing themselves, so it’s deeply cherished.
Tire Porch Table
Tutorial via madcapfrenzy.blogspot.com
This is one of my favorites! What a great statement piece to add to your patio and to keep your guests and drinks happy. I love the vibrant color that this adds to the party and keeps your guests talking about how to make one for their home.
Playful Tire Planters
Tutorial via wonderfuldiy.com
There are so many unique items to make from tires, Just check out these tutorials on how creative you can get like the swans in your yard or the adorable teacups for your princess’s tea party. The sky’s the limit!
Tutorial via accordingtoboyle.wordpress.com
Don’t want to spend money on a seesaw for your child? Why not create your tire to make one yourself using one tire but creating two rockers. Your child will love creating and customizing their own rocker and the project will easily cost you under $50!
Tutorial via whiletheysnooze.blogspot.com
Similar to the planter outside, you can wrap rope around your tire to make for a fun table on your back porch or your family room. Wherever you’d like to place it, it makes for a great statement piece.
Old Tire Sandbox
Tutorial via iheartnaptime.net
As an aunt to a toddler who can never get enough sand, this is the perfect solution to not spending a ton of money on a sand box but being able to keep the sand in a contained area.
Now that I’ve shared some great ideas to upcycle your car tire, what are some ideas you have? If you’re looking for a place that might have some spare tires, you should try Sanford and Son Junk Cars. They are the premier buyer of junk cars in the metro Atlanta area. Their competitors are networks with random towers whom they haven’t met. They in turn give out personal information for a fee. Everyone from the phone representative to the tower is a trusted individual, licensed, insured and most importantly an employee of Sanford and Son Junk Cars. They have been buying cars in the metro Atlanta area for decades and understand the importance of trust, comfort and safety in this process. Whatever the reason may be, Sanford and Son understand this is personal and want to make your experience as positive as possible.
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One thought on “9 Ways To Upcycle Your Car Tire”
Ok, first. First? That girly dog bed? LOOOOOVE IT! Then that double tire table? LOOOOOVE IT! Love ’em! A lot! Want them. A lot! Will have them. For sure. No doubts.
Really glad I saw this post. Good one!