Ordinarily the words, recycled furniture and, make money wouldn’t seem like a natural pairing, would they?
You would more expect recycled furniture to be associated with, ‘arty people,’ who perhaps have a little too much time on their hands and ecide to do something a little off the wall to fill it and impress their friends and fasmily.
But, in actual fact, there are already many people who combine the two – they satidfy their creative whims by recycling things that would normally be thrown away and they make money from their creations at the same time.
And if they can do it, so can you.
How can your Recycled Furniture and Accessories make you money?
The fact you’re reading this means you already have the basics because you’re interested enough in the subject to want to read more about it.
So, firstly, you need to get thise creative juices flowing – you need ideas and inspiration.
At the bottom of this post you’ll find a big purple button that says, ‘Push Me.’
This will take you to a Google Image Search for recycled garden furniture – a great place to start with some visual ideas.
Books are a good source of information as well and we know form our research that the two featured below are brilliant
All you need then is the materials and the get up and go to create.
Many of the materials, at first anyway, can come from recycling old furniture in and around your own home and that of friends and family.
This will get you started and allow you test the market around you and settle on ideas that people will actually pay for.
And that takes us on to the next step …
Outlets and Promotion of your Recycled Creations?
You need to test the market first, so perhaps best to make five or six items and take them to local craft fairs, car boot sales and the like to see which one go down the best with the paying public.
This way you can build up a portfolio of best sellers and then really take them to a wider audience.
The logical way to achieve this at vey little cost to yourself is the internet.
This doesn’t mean the craft fairs and local presence has to stop – it just means you’ll broaden your market and, ultimately, make more of name for yourself with a wider audience.
But I don’t know how to build a website to promote my Recycled Furniture?
Well, at the start of this post you may not have known how to make recycled furniture and accessories and, hopefully, now you do.
And with a bit of research you’ll be able to build an effective locally focused website in no time at all and with very little capital outlay as well.
Don’t get dragged down with all the technical terms and fancy jargon all you need to know is offered with very simple language and access to easy to follow tutorials in books like Tim Kitchens, How To Get To The Top Of Google.
If you don’t believe us, read the book, you’ll be surprised and you’ll also be one step closer to making money from your Recycled Furniture and Accessories.