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People Are Upcycling Trampolines Into Cool Backyard Accessories

Have you ever had an item that you no longer had any use for? I bet that happens to many people who buy outdoor trampolines for their kids.

Do you have one that's collecting dust in your yard? If you do, then listen up. I've got the most interesting batch of ideas for you to consider if you want to upcycle that old trampoline.

Who said you couldn't do something creative with your old trampoline?

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Nobody, that's who! Check out how this one got turned into the coziest little backyard swing I have ever seen. Now, where is that old trampoline when I need one? Hee, hee!

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What about turning one into a fort?

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Isn't that the coolest idea or what? I bet the kiddos will absolutely love this. If I was still a kid and my parents did that, I would be so thrilled. I would play there all day and night.

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You can also bring the trampoline indoors and turn it into the fanciest hanging bed I've ever seen.

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Now, this would be a talking piece whenever somebody peeks into your bedroom. You can bet on that one, ha, ha! I totally love this idea.

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How about creating a sweet little garden in your backyard?

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Check! That old trampoline can sure come in handy if you want to do something like this. I think it's such a neat idea. What's your take on it? Do you like it, too?

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I've always wanted a big outdoor greenhouse.

But I never knew how to make one. Now that I see this idea, I'm getting more excited about doing something like this myself. Don't you think it's such an awesome and creative project?

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Do you fancy yourself a chicken coop?

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I say, why not? It's especially cool that you can turn an old trampoline into one. Who knew that was even possible, huh? Definitely not me, that's for sure. What a brilliant idea, no?

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What do you think of this little hangout here?

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I could get used to having something like this in my backyard. I'm not sure what one does with it when it rains, though? I suppose you will need a big tarp to cover it up.

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But wait, how do you like this version?

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Ah, this looks so cozy and private. I could spend all my days there, hee, hee! What about you? Not too shabby for a secluded backyard glamping option. Hey, that's an idea.

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If you have a large balcony or a patio like these folks, you can hang up one of these swings.

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That way, you won't have to worry about any rain ruining your cozy time outdoors. Now I wish we had a patio like this.

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Speaking of cozy, I can totally see myself relaxing in this hanging trampoline on a sunny day.

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Who knows, I could even bring my laptop there and do my work. Oh my goodness, can you imagine that? That would be so fun.

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Hanging in the woods never looked this glamorous (pun intended).

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Get it — hanging in the woods? Ha, ha! I know I do have a funny sense of humor. But can you see yourself grabbing your bestie and setting this up?

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Would you believe me if I told you this was once a trampoline?

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Now it's been turned into the most unique backyard hangout. I bet if you did this, all your neighbors would want to come over and chill with you there.

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Maybe your kids no longer care about having a trampoline.

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So what? You don't need to get rid of it. Instead, you can turn it into a cool swing. I have to admit I would never have thought of doing that.

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Who knew there were so many ideas to recycle old trampolines?

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I've seen those outdoor swings before but never a chicken coop. That is one clever idea if I've ever seen one, ha, ha! How about you? Have you done any of these before?

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