15 Household Items Recreated with Random Objects




The following 15 awesome images prove that with the right mindset, any household object can easily replace another.

Enjoy and be sure to shout in the comments if you know of any other awesome examples.

1. Gaming Refrigerator

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2. Quick Roast

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3. Johnson’s Tap

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4. Cool Tap

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5. Secure mouse pad

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6. Alcoholic Chair

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7. Oven Rack

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8. Wine Glass

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9. Kitchen light Switch

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10. Cat Bunker Bed

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11. Yummy Bed

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12. Beer Cooler

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13. Super Blender

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And the winners are.

14. Bachelors Cooking

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15. Manual Microwave

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One thought on “15 Household Items Recreated with Random Objects

  1. Abunchofgibberish

    5, 6, 8, and 11 are not functional objects made from unrelated household items.

    In #5, the kid already has a mouse pad; it doesn’t need to sit on his dog’s back.
    In #6, the chair would not be stable enough to sit in. The cans would fall over unless held together somehow (tape?), and would most likely be crushed under the user’s weight.
    The picture used for #8 is of water coming from a faucet; this is not in any way a wine glass.
    The bed shown in #11 is not created from “random objects.” It’s an actual bed that can be purchased at retail.

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