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It’s wine o’clock somewhere — which means it’s time to share another wine-related repurposing find.

Today, it’s wine corks used as floor covering. 

This photo, via MSN, shows the cork-floor handiwork of Dan Phillips, of Huntsville, Texas-based Phoenix Commotion (mentioned previously on Unconsumption here), which constructs affordable homes from recycled, salvaged, and/or found materials.

More posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series can be found here.

(Thanks, Chip, for the tip!) 

It’s wine o’clock somewhere(!), which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find.

Today’s find is a DIY idea: Combine corks with scrap fabric to make a nativity scene.

For additional reuse ideas, see earlier posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series here, and holiday-oriented posts here and here.

(Photo via Diario di una Creamamma. Thanks, Do The Green Thing!)

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It’s wine o’clock somewhere, which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find.

Today, it’s stools made from corks. (Could also be used as side tables, maybe?)

If, like me, you’re wondering what these stools’ cores consist of, the source says the stools are “100% cork." So, there’s that! 

For other posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series, check out the archive here.

Cork seating spotted on LikeCool. Thanks to our friends @dothegreenthing for the tip!