Repurposing Gone Wild at Preserve 24

(Photo courtesy of Kai Liu)

Have an old piano handy? If you did, you'd be able to do this.
Witness the piano bar at Preserve 24, a restaurant and working art installation in Manhattan's Lower East Side and our choice for where to eat in Lonny's June 2013 issue.

(Source: Lonny)That's not all that is repurposed: there's a chandelier made from recycled bakers' peels, a staircase crafted with parts from a Victorian-era railroad bridge—even a raw bar made from an old oyster-fishing boat shipped in from California's Tomales Bay.

(Source: Lonny) Granted, this kind of repurposing isn't for your average DIY-er. What kinds of projects are you looking forward to starting?
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